If you missed our May 29 episode of the Peninsula Report on KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM, join host Eliza Ridgeway in this podcast version. This episode connects Silicon Valley to World Cup fever in Brazil, looks at local responses to climate change and examines East Palo Alto’s proposed water rate hike.
Peninsula Press reporters take us into Palo Alto’s communal homes and then out into the weeds with hired landscaping goats. Writer Rachel Swarns tells us the genealogy of the First Lady.
Palo Alto city attorney Molly Stump discusses city’s current marijuana laws, the changes that would result if voters pass Measure C, and how existing federal and state laws come into play.
On the Peninsula Report radio show, Vignesh Ramachandran filled listeners in on a sneaky real estate strategy that seems to be appealing to an increasing number of buyers and sellers in the Peninsula’s hot housing market. Artist and environmental reporter Ethan Estess answered the question, when it comes to shopping bags, which is worse for the environment:
Is Yelp hiding small businesses’ good reviews? Will schools ever see promised funds from redevelopment agencies? What are the lives of “the help” — domestic workers in the Bay Area — like today? Find out on the Peninsula Report podcast.
Santa Clara County wineries aim to compete with Napa and Sonoma, San Jose residents quarrel with leadership over retail center, and Mavericks surfers may have tight travel time. Listen to the Peninsula Report podcast.