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Has Your Trash Or Recycling Bin Been Damaged?

Sept. 10
By KPBS Staff

KPBS is looking for stories from San Diego residents whose trash or recycling bins have been damaged.

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One Book, One San Diego Announces 2019 Titles

Aug. 24, 2019
By KPBS Staff

One Book, One San Diego announced the selections for the 2019 region-wide read: "The Great Believers" by Rebecca Makkai was chosen for adult readers, "The Crossover" by Kwame Alexander for young adults, "Dreamers" by Yuyi Morales for children, and "Éramos unos niños" by Patti Smith for readers of Spanish.

One Book for Kids Workshops with Girl Scouts San Diego

Aug. 23
By KPBS Staff

KPBS and Girl Scouts San Diego are hosting a series of special storytimes and workshops tied to the 2019 One Book, One San Diego selection for kids, "Dreamers," by Yuyi Morales. The first 60 participants to each workshop will receive a free copy of the book. All are welcome, but registration is encouraged and space is limited.

KPBS Opens Calls For Submissions For New Podcasts, TV Series Ideas

Aug. 1, 2019
By KPBS Staff

KPBS has opened its 2020 Call for Submissions for San Diego area producers to submit ideas for a podcast, TV series, documentary, or web series.

KPBS News Launches 'San Diego News Matters' Podcast

June 11, 2019
By KPBS Staff

KPBS has launched “San Diego News Matters,” a daily, local news podcast for the San Diego and Imperial counties. Episodes are available now for download on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts and other podcast players.

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How Prepared Is California For The Booming Senior Population?

May 22
By KPBS Staff

Seniors are the fastest growing population group in California. The state faces numerous challenges in helping seniors deal with issues from financial stress to access to healthcare and housing.

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San Diego, 5 Other California Dioceses Create Clergy Abuse Compensation Program

May 15
By Associated Press, KPBS Staff

Six Roman Catholic dioceses in California, including San Diego, are creating a program to compensate people who were sexually abused by priests as children, in return for them promising not to sue.

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Hall of Fame: 2019 Inductees

April 22
By KPBS Staff

Carol Vassiliadis, Harold Zimnick, and the Producers Club Committee Members are inducted into the KPBS Hall of Fame as Visionaries

KPBS Reviews Scientific Plot Devices in Monthly Book Podcast

April 3, 2019
By KPBS Staff

KPBS is premiering “Device” on April 3. The new monthly podcast discusses books with a science-based twist. The show is available now for download on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and other podcast players.

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Business Report: Fed Holds Off Interest Rate Hikes

March 22
By Ebone Monet, KPBS Staff

A San Diego startup tries to protect online communities from fake content, the San Diego real estate market proves to be a tough one for first-time home buyers and the Federal Reserve keeps interest rates unchanged.

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