It started as a one-man show at Seattle Repertory Theatre and has since evolved into a three-person comic book rock musical now on stage at Diversionary Theatre.
How can the very beginnings of human existence help us develop cutting-edge medical treatments?
- Sept. 19
- By Nina Garin
The Old Town theater stages "Seven Guitars" and "King Hedley II," two of August Wilson's plays that feature similar characters and themes.
For the first time since 2002, the 49th Congressional District is at the center of a fiercely contested political contest. The incumbent Republican Darrell Issa makes his case on Midday Edition.
Issa's opponent, a retired Marine colonel, was unknown in the 49th Congressional District until this year.
Oceanside native and author Brit Bennett's first novel, "The Mothers," is getting a lot of buzz. Bennett made a splash in 2014 when an essay she wrote about racial injustice published by Jezebel went viral.
The new production "Something Inside Is Broken" about the Nisenan Indian tribe in Northern California and how it was affected by the gold rush comes to the California Center for the Arts this weekend.
- Oct. 12
- Katie Orr / KQED
The ballot measure would require bills to be in print for three days before being passed, but it would also allow public recordings of meetings.
- Oct. 12
- By Andrew Bowen
Both measures are attempts to shift power from the low-turnout June elections to the November general elections. Proponents say the reforms will improve democracy by ensuring big decisions are made by the largest electorate possible, while opponents say the measures have been rushed through with little public input.
The San Diego County Board of Education 5th District race is between incumbent Rick Shea and Mark Wyland, a former state senator. Wyland is being supported by charter school groups.