Trinity County is one of those places that doesn’t get in the news too often, unless it’s wildfire season like it is now. It’s a remote, rural part of northern California that can be breathtakingly beautiful. And it’s also one of the state’s most food insecure places, where many people don’t know where their next meal will come from. For the series California Foodways, Lisa Morehouse brings us this profile of one man who helps feed them.
It’s been more than 40 years since the end of the Vietnam War. And a lot of the people who fought, died and escaped from that conflict are coming to the end of their years. As KQED’s Rachael Myrow tells us, a Bay Area photographer is striving to give them the dignity and honor they’ve earned and a chance to feel remembered.
This weekend, the Monterey Jazz Festival celebrates its Diamond Anniversary. It’s Sixty! The California Report’s Suzie Racho and our jazz critic Andrew Gilbert give us a preview.
Latino Artists Tap Into Science Fiction to Imagine ‘Alternate Worlds’
‘Mundos Alternos,’ a massive new exhibit at UC Riverside’s Culver Center for the Arts, features more than 30 artists from across the Spanish speaking world taking on immigration, trade, colonialism and other cross-border issues through the lens of science fiction. The California Report’s Steven Cuevas went to check it out.