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Forum Presents: The Bay’s Audio Journey Through Our Turbulent Decade

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From deadly wildfires to winning sports teams and Occupy Oakland, a lot has happened in the Bay Area in the last decade. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images / Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images / Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP via Getty Images)

Earlier this month, Mina Kim interviewed Nastia Voynovskaya about the KQED Arts series “Our Turbulent Decade,” which looked back at some of the biggest Bay Area stories over the last 10 years. Today, we want to share an episode of The Bay podcast from KQED, which takes us through that series year by year with Nastia and other members of the arts team. The Bay is a podcast that features the best Bay Area reporters, who share stories and meaning behind the news. Subscribe to The Bay here. Tap here to read the full Our Turbulent Decade series.


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