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<a href=http://www.kqed.org/news/story/2014/11/01/147448/at_this_museum_falling_back_an_hour_takes_the_whole_weekend?source=npr&category=u.s. target=_self>At This Museum, Falling Back An Hour Takes The Whole Weekend</a>

KQED News | November 1, 2014

At This Museum, Falling Back An Hour Takes The Whole Weekend

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<a href=http://www.kqed.org/news/story/2014/11/01/147452/plugging_the_leaky_pipe_for_women_minorities_in_economics?source=npr&category=economy target=_self>Plugging The 'Leaky Pipe' For Women, Minorities In Economics</a>

KQED News | November 1, 2014

Plugging The 'Leaky Pipe' For Women, Minorities In Economics

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<a href=http://www.kqed.org/news/story/2014/11/01/147449/rocket_explosion_raises_questions_about_private_space_ventures?source=npr&category=u.s. target=_self>Rocket Explosion Raises Questions About Private Space Ventures</a>

KQED News | November 1, 2014

Rocket Explosion Raises Questions About Private Space Ventures

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<a href=http://www.kqed.org/news/story/2014/11/01/147447/five_reasons_why_your_financial_outlook_just_got_better?source=npr&category=economy target=_self>Five Reasons Why Your Financial Outlook Just Got Better</a>

KQED News | November 1, 2014

Five Reasons Why Your Financial Outlook Just Got Better

Look at your paycheck. Chances are good you won't see much more there than you did in the summer of 2008 — just before the financial crisis hit. Average private-sector earnings are $24.53 an hour now, unchanged from 2008, after adjusting for inflation. So most likely, you haven't felt yourself moving up read more...

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<a href=http://ww2.kqed.org/news/2014/11/01/parties-shrink-races-tighten-in-final-2014-california-registration/ target=_self>Parties Shrink, Races Tighten in Final 2014 California Voter Data</a>

KQED | November 1, 2014

Parties Shrink, Races Tighten in Final 2014 California Voter Data

Political parties continue to shrink in California, with voters who state no party preference edging ever closer to being the second-largest subset of the state's overall electorate. Final registration data on Friday afternoon show 17.8 million registered voters in the Golden State — about 169,000 more voters than in read more...

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<a href=http://www.californiareport.org/archive/R201410311630/b target=_self>Central Valley Scientists Study Nutrition of Drought-Tolerant Crops</a>

The California Report | October 31, 2014

Central Valley Scientists Study Nutrition of Drought-Tolerant Crops

California's drought is forcing some farmers to figure out how to grow food with less water. So scientists in the Central Valley are analyzing the nutritional content of some of those drought-stressed crops. The California Report's Central Valley Bureau Chief Sasha Khokha reports, they're seeing some surprising results. read more...

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<a href=http://www.californiareport.org/archive/R201410311630/e target=_self>Pogo Park</a>

The California Report | October 31, 2014

Pogo Park

At their best, playgrounds are filled with squeals of joy from kids running, swinging, teeter-tottering and hanging from the monkey bars. Unfortunately, kids living in one of the toughest neighborhoods in the East Bay community of Richmond don't always feel safe on their playgrounds. Nancy DeVille brings this story about read more...

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<a href=http://www.californiareport.org/archive/R201410311630/a target=_self>The Legacy of Prop. 187</a>

The California Report | October 31, 2014

The Legacy of Prop. 187

Tuesday is Election Day, and next week also marks the 20th anniversary of a ballot measure that left a profound mark on California. In 1994 voters overwhelmingly passed Proposition 187. It was a kind of citizens' revolt over illegal immigration. To understand why Prop. 187 struck such a cord 20 read more...

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<a href=http://ww2.kqed.org/news/2014/10/31/music-review-deerhoofs-la-isla-bonita/ target=_self>Music Review: Deerhoof’s ‘La Isla Bonita’</a>

KQED | October 31, 2014

Music Review: Deerhoof’s ‘La Isla Bonita’

Deerhoof called its new album “La Isla Bonita”—the beautiful island —and included a song called “Tiny Bubbles.” No, it's not the song made famous by Hawaiian lounge lord Don Ho. It sounds more like an Ennio Morricone spaghetti Western theme. But 20 years into a career, with a dozen albums read more...

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<a href=http://www.californiareport.org/archive/R201410311630 target=_self>Central Valley Scientists Study Nutrition of Drought-Tolerant Crops</a>

The California Report | October 31, 2014

Central Valley Scientists Study Nutrition of Drought-Tolerant Crops

California's drought is forcing some farmers to figure out how to grow food with less water. So scientists in the Central Valley are analyzing the nutritional content of some of those drought-stressed crops. The California Report's Central Valley Bureau Chief Sasha Khokha reports, they?re seeing some surprising results. read more...

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