Claire CaraskaProduction Intern/Culture Lust Blogger
Claire Caraska served as a production assistant for KPBS Midday Edition and a Culture Lust blogger. As a writer and editor, she has covered music and visual arts for various print and online publications, including San Diego CityBeat, The San Diego Union-Tribune and voiceofsandiego.org. Claire received her bachelor’s degree in communication from UC San Diego, where she spent time on the air at KSDT Radio. An avid audiophile and record collector, she is also a DJ and can be heard playing 60s and 70s soul and funk at local watering holes. Photo by Derrik Chinn.
Bancroft Elementary prepares to welcome students back to their campus on Monday after a month of extensive flood damage repairs.
Ethan Coen goes solo with "Drive-Away Dolls" while Jonathan Glazer takes a look at an Auschwitz commandant in "The Zone of Interest."
New York Attorney General Letitia James has built a reputation targeting powerful national figures. Critics say her lawsuits are politically motivated, but she keeps winning in court.
California State University student workers vote to unionize, creating largest such union in countryThe California Public Employment Relations Board said 7,252 student workers submitted electronic ballots, with 7,050 voting in favor of joining the California State University Employees Union.
Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024 at 11:30 p.m. on KPBS TV / Stream now with the PBS App. Guest: Mircea Geoana, NATO Deputy Secretary General. After two years of war, Ukraine is determined to keep fighting, but political battles in the U.S. and EU make victory more elusive. GZERO travels to the Munich Security Conference to see how long NATO allies can remain united in their support for Kyiv.
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- A lack of base housing is forcing Navy sailors to live on ships, even when they're home in the U.S.
- San Diego Zoo expecting giant pandas from China
- San Diego librarians’ work now involves battling censorship
- Ex-SDSU punter Matt Araiza returns to NFL, signs with Super Bowl champs Kansas City Chiefs