Assessing homelessness and following fish on Peninsula Report [PODCAST]

Angela Hayes shares the journeys fish take in Palo Alto: Salmon and trout are leaping amongst the millionaire’s houses. And Rob Franklin brings us the story of a local census that gauges where people go when they live on the streets.

On today’s Peninsula Report, Sharon Beltracchi and Jeremy Reman, directors of the Stanford Savoyards’ production of “The Sorcerer,” give us a behind-the-scenes look at staging a modern rendition of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Victorian-era comic opera. Spooky incantations survived their cut.

Peninsula Press Reporter Angela Hayes swings by to tell us of the journeys fish take here in Palo Alto. Salmon and trout are leaping amongst the millionaire’s houses.

And Peninsula Press Reporter Rob Franklin brings us the story of a local census that gauges where people go when they live on the streets. Outdoor homeless encampments have been growing in Santa Clara County over the last two years, and that raises environmental concerns often missed in the conversation about housing in crisis.

Listen live to KZSU (FM 90.1) or stream the Peninsula Report online every Friday from 3-4 p.m.

 


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