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Commercial real estate report and a look at school truancy’s ties to community crime [PODCAST]

By Peninsula Press Staff | 11 Apr 2013

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On this week’s Peninsula Report Radio show, Atul Singh, editor-in-chief of FairObserver.com, joins us to discuss North Korea, America and the warlike words that flow in both directions. In the midst of bluster and fear, what and how should the media report?

Also this week, Peninsula Press reporter Anna Li gives us a Silicon Valley economic update through the lens of bricks and mortar — commercial real estate occupany rates are reaching record highs in the valley.

And Alexei Koseff returns with an East Palo Alto plan to fight violence by treating truancy. And he takes on a quick tour of why solar power sources may be popping up on private homes, but has failed to take off in the commercial sector.

Listen here and tune in 3-4 p.m. Fridays on 90.1FM KZSU Stanford, streaming online at kzsu.stanford.edu.


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