Richard Connema is the Bay Area reviewer for the theater website Talkin’ Broadway. From 1946 to 1993, first at Republic Pictures, and later at Warner Bros., he was a staff stills photographer for dozens of movie shoots, from A Streetcar Named Desire, through Rebel Without a Cause, Giant, The Music Man, My Fair Lady, and on through Missouri Breaks and later films. He is interviewed by Richard Wolinsky.
Every one of us lives in two places: in the flesh-and-blood physical world, and in the sprawling collection of data that we spin off every time we open an account, use a phone, walk by a camera, or . . . click something. That data is the bread and butter of the titans of tech … Continued
Matt Gonzalez, chief attorney for the San Francisco Public Defender on: Being in the middle of a right-wing media maelstrom Why he’ll appeal the one charge that stuck — for gun possession by a felon Why the District Attorney’s office over-charged the Garcia Zarate case Where the gun came from, and what it says about … Continued
Dr. Cleo Manago is a behavioral health and cultural analyst who takes an Afrocentric approach to combating the HIV/AIDS epidemic This interview is part of a series from UpFront, which airs weekday mornings at 7:am Pacific on KPFA. You can subscribe to the show as a podcast through Apple Podcasts or by pasting this link … Continued
Pat Kelley is an educator, advocate and activist who is living with AIDS. She is the Founder and President of A Family Affair HIV/AIDS (AFA) Ministry at Victory Tabernacle Deliverance Temple located in Orangeburg, SC and is currently working to change the state’s HIV criminalization laws.
Minister Rob Newells is the Executive Director of AIDS Project of the East Bay in Oakland, CA and an associate Pastor at Imani Church This interview is part of a series from UpFront, which airs weekday mornings at 7:am Pacific on KPFA. You can subscribe to the show as a podcast through Apple Podcasts or by pasting … Continued
Venita Ray was diagnosed with HIV in 2003 while serving as an Assistant Attorney General for the District of Columbia. She is currently the Public Affairs Field Specialist for Legacy Community Health in Houston, TX where she monitors healthcare policy and manages an advocacy training program for people living with HIV. This interview is part of … Continued
Guest: Sara Wachter-Boettcher, a web consultant who works on designing things for people to use – and has just written a book about how that process so often goes so horribly off-track. It’s called Technically Wrong: Sexist Apps, Biased Algorithms, and other Threats of Toxic Tech. Like this? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts , or paste our feed link into any … Continued