Celeste Perry on Halloween and how sexy is the new scary.
Archives for October 2014
With an African-American in the White House, race is becoming an election issue. John Rothmann analyzes.
Ken Dito talks about the Giants World Series win, plus a preview of the 49ers – Rams.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about driving in winter conditions with chains.
Elizabeth Kate on wines from Australia.
John Rothmann discusses how Jihadists from 80 countries which are fighting alongside ISIS, are increasing the threat.
New water taxi service has been testing service between SF and downtown Oakland for over a year. Now they’re going to add a bigger boat and try to establish a regular water taxi service…
It’s the most honest review you can find: in the car on the way home! Dennis Willis and Steve Wagner’s immediate reaction to Jake Gyllenhaal’s creepy turn in the violent media satire Nightcrawler.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about tropical vacations, the weather in those regions and what you should do to protect yourself from the elements.
Senator Ted Cruz has drawn the battle lines for the GOP in 2016.
Ken Dito recaps the World Series win by the San Francisco Giants, their 3rd title in 5 years with Madison Bumgarner getting named MVP.
As the postal service widens its practice of monitoring mail and security tightens at federal buildings, John Rothmann asks “What is more important, civil liberties or national security?”
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about mini-climates that exist in some regions. The Bay Area, for example, has 10-12. How do we forecast for such micro-climates?
John Rothmann talks about as the election approaches, gains by the Tea Party would give the GOP an advantage but could reshape the party and force Boehner from leadership.
Ken Dito previews Game 7 of the World Series between the Giants and the Royals.
John Rothmann on how even if the Republicans capture the Senate, President Obama’s healthcare plan will not be repealed.
Dan Ashley discusses the Museum of History of Polish Jews that opened in Warsaw today and the Bay Area connection that made it happen.
Lloyd Lindsay Young asks why school buses don’t have safety belts and how we can improve safety for children.
John Rothmann talks about how the mid-term elections are just a week away and the make-up of the Senate hangs in the balance.
Ken Dito previews Game 6 of the World Series. It’s Peavy vs Ventura and the Giants could take it all tonight.
Stan Burford discusses the Urban Land Institute which recently suggested that Boston consider building a series of canals in the Back Bay District to handle the issue of rising tides.
Your guide to what to watch this Halloween, from the graphic (Saw, Friday the 13th, Halloween) to the cuddly (It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown). Hosted by Dennis Willis.
John Rothmann on how as the 2016 election draws closer, Jeb Bush appears to be poised to run.
Ken Dito recaps Game 5 of the World Series as the Giants, behind Madison Bumgarner’s pitching, take a 3 games to 2 lead over the Royals.
John Rothmann talks about the continuing crisis in Iraq and as Christians flee the region, the world reacts with silence.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about the different types of weather fronts and what they do to the weather.
John Rothmann on how politics, science, and fear are playing into the current Ebola crisis.
Stan Burford reports Bay Area restaurants are going to start “automatically” adding a 20% “service fee” [aka-tip] to your bill. The money will be used to cover increased salary and benefit costs…[?]
Elizabeth Kate with “Bordeaux Basics.”
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the guilty verdicts for Blackwater soldiers fighting in Iraq.
The US is leaving Afghanistan. Is it a repeat of Vietnam and Iraq? John Rothmann analyzes.
Ken Dito reports the Giants took care of business at home to even the World Series by beating Kansas City 11-4.
Barbara Simpson on how cuts to the food stamp program are causing a huge financial hit to merchants and are threatening the poor.
Ken Dito looks back at Game 3 of the World Series as the Royals move ahead of the Giants 2 games to 1 in the Fall Classic.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the revelation that the US has been paying Nazis to live abroad and not in the United States.
John Rothmann reflects on the passing of former Robert F. Kennedy press secretary in 1968 and president of NPR, Frank Mankiewicz. Mankiewicz died at age 90 and left his mark on America.
Ken Dito previews game 3 of the World Series as the Giants and Royals are tied at 1 game apiece.
John Rothmann on how the numerous headlines from the Middle East reflect the tragedy that is happening in the region.
Lloyd Lindsay Young explains the difference between a flash flood watch and a flash flood warning.
John Rothmann believes a proposal by southern states to secede from the union and call themselves “Reagan” is utter lunacy.
Elizabeth Kate talks about the secret White Burgundy: St. Bris.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the cosmetic surgery work Renee Zellwegger has had. Did she intend to look like a different person?
Two veteran Hollywood stars get the best reviews of their careers. One is likely headed for the Oscars for a stunning tour-de-force performance. The other likely is not. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
John Rothmann says what happened in Ottawa demonstrates the danger of radical Islam.
Ken Dito talks about the Royals evening the series while a reliever disgraces himself.
John Rothmann on the passing of astrologer Joan Quigley and how President Reagan never made a move without her advice.
Lloyd Lindsay Young on how weather plays a factor in some big games and why he likes football being played outside.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about several Silicon Valley firms offer to freeze eggs. Is it a perk or a plan to make women work later into their lives?
Stan Burford asks if the reporting of news is really “news” and does it really require our attention.
John Rothmann disagrees with the idea of a sidewalk toll for the Golden Gate Bridge. Walking across the famous span should remain free.