Talk of the Bay
Talk of the Bay is committed to covering political, social, and cultural topics from around the Monterey Bay. We focus on current events and people making news locally (from the central coast to Sacramento). We also consider national and international issues, their impact on the central coast, and local responses. We tackle perennial topics like housing, homelessness, transportation, education, and more from a new angle.
Thanksgiving Meals for All: The Salvation Army and Second Harvest Food Bank Providing Meals for the Holidays
The Holidays are upon us, and the organizations in Santa Cruz that work hard every year to help make sure a celebratory meal is on every table are working double duty in the age of Covid. For...
Ariel Gold, Co-Director of CodePink, on the new administration and prospects for peace in the Middle East
Ariel Gold is the National Co-director of CODEPINK. CODEPINK is a women-led grassroots organization working to end U.S. wars and militarism, support peace and human rights initiatives, and redirect...
How many reasons do you need to shop local? It's easy You can do it online Local stores have everything you need Local stores offer curbside pickup and delivery You can get it quicker than if you...
On Talk of the Bay, Tuesday November 17, 2020 host Christine Barrington interviewed LGBTQ+ Educator and advocate, Randi Reed about the convoluted journey to become a parent when one is gay and in...
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Monday, November 30 6:00am
Rick Kleffel/Clara Shirley-Appel (Fridays)
Rachel Anne Goodman (Thursdays)
Len Beyea (Wednesdays)
Christine Barrington (Tuesdays)
Brad Kava and Suki Wessling (Mondays)
Rachel Anne Goodman
Since 1980, Rachel has hosted radio shows on public stations around the U.S. where she interviewed many amazing figures. She is the producer of radio documentaries such as Southern Songbirds: The Women of Early Country and Old Time Music, A Labor of Love: Midwifery in the South, The Boomtown Chronicles, and Pastures of Plenty, a History of California Farmworkers. Ms. Goodman has a Peabody award for her work on The DNA Files for NPR. She currently teaches at Cabrillo College
in Aptos and at UC Santa Cruz.