Next on City Visions: This Messy Magnificent Life
Host Joseph Pace interviews New York Times best-selling author Geneen Roth about her latest book, This Messy Magnificent Life: A Field Guide to Mind, Body and Soul.
City Visions: Twitter activism
Host Ethan Elkind speaks with the founders of Grab Your Wallet and Sleeping Giants to learn how two Bay Area residents took to Twitter to metabolize the confusion and anger they felt around the 2016 election and in the process created two different and very successful grassroots campaigns -- one a boycott of companies doing business with Trump and his affiliates and the other aimed at advertisers on Breitbart, an alt-right website.
City Visions: Will Jerry Brown be a tough act to follow?
Host Joseph Pace and guests discuss Jerry Brown's legacy as the longest serving governor of California.
City Visions: Home for the Holidays?
Are you home for the holidays? Looking for fun things to do or new places to take friends from out of town? We’ll have local experts here to give you the inside scoop on Bay Area holiday happenings that are off the hook and off the beaten track.
City Visions: California lawmakers on what's ahead for the legislature
We continue our analysis of the midterm election, but this time with a focus on the California State Legislature. We will talk priorities and challenges with three Bay Area legislators.
City Visions: After the midterms, what next?
Now that the historic midterms are over, it is time to ask, “What’s next?”
City Visions: Carbon capture and the fight against climate change
According to the United Nations, reducing greenhouse gas emissions is not enough to prevent further global warming, we actually need to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. But is that possible?
City Visions: Special Coverage of the 2018 Midterm Elections
While the 2018 Midterm Elections are widely seen as a referendum on President Trump, Bay Area voters have plenty to focus on right here at home.
City Visions Election Coverage: Barriers to the Ballot Box
The right to vote is fundamental to our democracy. Yet across the country there are increasing barriers to the ballot box due to purges of voter rolls, strict identification requirements, cutbacks in early voting, and many other obstacles. Even here in California, there are many who are disenfranchised.
City Visions Election Coverage: Prop 10
"Is the rent too damn high?" Those in favor of the state ballot measure Proposition 10 have used that as a rallying cry in their effort to get the current rent control law repealed.
City Visions Election Coverage: Should Californians repeal the gas tax increase?
Is the gas and vehicle tax increase approved last year too much for Californians with tight budgets? Or is it a much-needed source of funding for the state’s transportation infrastructure?
City Visions: Who should pay for San Francisco’s homelessness crisis?
Should businesses be doing more to help with the housing shortage? Some San Francisco residents think so.
City Visions: Course Correcting Climate Change, Part 3
In the final installment of our three-part series on course correcting climate change, we’re talking about green investing. What was once a moral dilemma has become a lucrative investment strategy.
City Visions: Course Correcting Climate Change, Part 2
For Part 2 of our 3-Part Series on Course Correcting Climate Change, City Visions co-host Ethan Elkind reports on the highlights of the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.
City Visions: Course Correcting Climate Change, Part 1
What will it take to course correct climate change? Nothing short of a worldwide commitment, which is why California Governor Jerry Brown co-chaired the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.
City Visions: Why teens don't get enough sleep
Research from local clinics and medical studies show that 87% of teenagers get less than the recommended amount of sleep on the average night. What role do the internet and social media play in this wide-scale sleep deprivation? What are the effects that play out in the daily life of our youth? And how is this problem being addressed by parents, teachers, and schools?
City Visions: Could universal basic income work in California?
What would you do with an extra $500 every month? Host Joseph Pace and guests explore the promise of universal basic income in California.
City Visions: What's it take to run a restaurant?
San Francisco is home to more restaurants per person than any other major U.S. city. The city boasts 55 Michelin-starred restaurants, and its chefs are often celebrities. What does it take to run a restaurant? Join us for a behind the scenes look at the joys and challenges of being a chef and restauranteur.
City Visions: California's poverty problem
With the 5th largest economy in the world and an unemployment rate near 4%, why are 40% of Californians living at or near the poverty level? Joseph Pace and our panel of experts explore this issue.
City Visions: Will the Hunters Point Shipyard ever be habitable?
Have residents of the Bayview been lied to about the remaining toxity of the Hunters Point Shipyard?