Burning Man Artists Haul Gutted 747 Jetliner to the Desert
If you happened to be driving up Highway 395 on the east side of the Sierra recently, you might have noticed something strange: a Boeing 747 making its way by land up the spine of California. It's headed to Burning Man, the week-long celebration of outsider art and culture that starts this weekend in the Nevada desert.
Dear Burning Man, It's Not You, It's Me
Every year, about 70,000 people gather at Burning Man. The California Report's April Dembosky will be there too. She's been making the annual pilgrimage for most of her adult life. But after 15 years, the glow is starting to fade.
Exploring Historic Shipwrecks Off California's Redwood Coast
Along the old redwood logging ports -- called 'doghole ports' -- off the Sonoma coast, lie the remains of many shipwrecks from the 19th and early 20th centuries. We went out with marine archaeologists mapping the wrecks.
New Music: From Space to the Beach With Vinyl Williams, The Album Leaf and The Tyde
Every month, we check in on the latest pop music releases with roots in the Golden State. We talk with pop music critic Steve Hochman about some bands with mysterious front men and an L.A. group that's re-emerged after a decade.
In California's Burn Zones, 'Resilience' Is More Than a Buzzword
We hear a lot about "resilience" these days; in the face of climate change, social injustice, and it's the buzzword after natural disasters. But KQED Science Editor Craig Miller met a family who truly embodies the concept. He went to the streets of Lower Lake, a tiny town in Lake County savaged by the recent Clayton Fire.