Our series of daily listener commentaries since 1991.
Airs on KQED Public Radio every weekday morning at 6:43am, 8:43am and 11:29pm and weekends at 7:36am and 8:36am
Coming up on Perspectives:
Peter Gavin's quirky old house reminds him of the value in worn and imperfect things.
Dick Meister reviews the often-taken-for-granted benefits unions have won for the American worker.
Recently on Perspectives:
Michael Ellis has bought a new house. But if he's learned anything, it's that home is defined by people, not things.
Americans think of their country as brash and noisy. But growing up in cacophonous India, Ramya Sethuraman finds America eerily quiet.
Many adults have a phobia about public speaking, but Marilyn Englander finds that teaching it is a great way to educate kids about almost anything.
Remembering the past is vital to the future, but Jeremy Friedlander says San Francisco's landmark City Hall just makes history pretty and nice.
With just a little effort, Jason Zweiback turns the night sky into an other-worldly experience.