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Winter Escapes: Discovering Northern California’s February Charm
As winter blankets Northern California with crisp air and a touch of frost, February unveils a unique charm in this part of the world. From scenic getaways to outdoor adventures, explore the winte...
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CapRadio Adds New Members to Station’s Board of Directors
Capital Public Radio’s Board of Directors elected nine new members, four months after a majority of the board resigned in the wake of a scathing financial audit of the Sacramento-based NPR member station.
CapRadio Interim General Manager to Vacate Role, Stay On as ‘Special Consultant’
Tom Karlo has resigned his position as CapRadio’s interim president and general manager, but will remain on as a “special consultant,” the station’s board of directors announced after an emergency closed session meeting.
Based in California’s most iconic vacation spot, Katherine Hill celebrates Tahoe Guide’s 42nd birthday.
Taylor Swift is so hated by fans of Donald Trump, they’ve set aside their hatred of San Francisco to root for the ’49ers in the Super Bowl, because Swift’s boyfriend plays for their opponents, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Lawmakers in California and other states are now making attempts to prevent the reported harms to children caused by social media platforms. The U.S. Senate got into the act as well, at a dramatic Jan. 31 hearing.
Disney icon Mickey Mouse is now in the public domain, meaning anyone can create their own Mickey Mouse cartoons. Here’s what that means, and how it could affect the California economy.
Tune in, turn on, and drop into these California-focused documentaries—only some of which are about the ’60s San Francisco sound.
California will penalize school boards that ban books based on inclusion of certain groups under a bill the governor is expected to sign into law. But some fear unintended consequences.
A bipartisan bill to prohibit TikTok on state phones is shelved until 2024. It had breezed through the state Legislature, but the authors want to tweak the measure. It's the latest social media regulation to get stalled in California.
Comics may have been born in New York, but they came of age in California. And there’s more to the story than San Francisco comix.
The Golden State has masqueraded as everything from the Sahara Desert to the Swiss Alps. But which films best capture the real California?
From its early days of hard-charging, Jewish immigrant moguls to today's domination by megacorporations, here's how Hollywood continues to hold its place as one of California's most important industries.
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