Andrew Stelzer: Radio & Print Journalist
Librarians on the Line: Evaluating Children’s Books About Police
Librarians on the Line: Evaluating Children’s Books About Police: In a post Black Lives Matter world, children's literature hasn't necessarily kept up with the times. LISTEN
Could Free Eviction Attorneys Help Stem San Francisco’s Housing Crisis?: Proposition F is a milestone in the growing "Right to Counsel" movement LISTEN
For Alcoholic Residents at Dann’s House, ‘It Feels Like Home’: This summer morning, like every day, the case manager went on a beer run around 9 a.m. READ
My Dad Hasn’t Had Anything to Eat or Drink in 2 years: How a seemingly horrible medical situation can lead to a new lease on life. LISTEN
Teaching medicine with fake cadavers that bleed, blink and breathe: Synthetic Cadavers and 3D Printed Kidneys could signal the future of medicine. LISTEN
Oakland Bio-Hackers Try to Make their Own Insulin: A ragtag group of non-scientists is trying to break up the big pharma monopoly on insulin. LISTEN
Legendary Squatter Takes Possession of His Home: Can the narrow legal strategy of squatting to take posession of a home help stem gentrification? LISTEN
Will the Berkeley Flea Market Survive a Changing Neighborhood?: Will gentrification squeeze out this historically African-American gathering place? LISTEN
To find the good stuff at Goodwill, go online: The king of Thriftshops is remaking its image, and wants customers to bid for items on ebay. LISTEN
Efforts to deploy drones for humanitarian purposes are hampered by public fears: Bureaucracy is keeping aid from reaching war-torn Syrians towns LISTEN
Rock Paper Scissors Is Priced Out: End of an Era for Oakland Art Scene: A seminal art gallery is the latest victim of Oakland's "coolness" -- success that it helped create. LISTEN
Low-Power Radio Station Fights AIDS in New Orleans: WHIV is on the air and trying to change public perceptions. READ
Commuter Cops: Should police have to live in the city where they work? LISTEN
Porchfest!–Musicians Take over the Streets of Napa: A year after a significant earthquake, the best of Napa was on display in their version of what's become a national phenomenon: LISTEN
5 Years After BP: In Conversation With Antonia Juhasz: One of the foremost experts on the oil industry says five years after the BP disaster, the Gulf of Mexico is struggling to recover, and the oil companies appear to have learned very little. READ
Battle Over a Sliver of Land in Changing Oakland Neighborhood: A Porta-Potty encapsulates the pressures of gentrification. LISTEN
Turfin: Women Dance Their Way Into a Male-Dominated Scene: Female street dancers getting some shine in a male dominated scene. LISTEN
Skateboarders Try to Legalize Skatepark: Can a renegade skatepark go legit? LISTEN
The People vs. Syngenta: Jackson County, OR bans GMO crops: A rural Oregon county takes on big Ag. LISTEN
4th Graders Want Deported Classmate Back in USA: Jefferson elementary students want to "Bring Rodrigo Home!" LISTEN
Immigration Reform Would Look Different for Africans And Afro-Caribbeans: Asylum, refugees, TPS...the issues are different than for many other immigrants. LISTEN
The Fight Over Gang Injunctions: An in depth look at the battle both inside and outside the courtroom, over this controversial crime fighting tool. READ
Small-Town Resistance to Migrant housing: What happens if farm workers are made to feel unwelcome in Northern Michigan? LISTEN
Can a 1-day Ceasefire Bring Peace to Oakland?: East Oakland Organizers Plan A Day Without Violence LISTEN
Protesters target Wells Fargo shareholder meeting in San Francisco: Can shareholder activism alter the financial giant's policies? LISTEN
May Day Protests Bring Together Immigrants and Occupy: Can Occupy work together with labor and immigrants rights activists to build a broader movement? LISTEN
‘Popuphood’ aims to bring new business to Old Oakland: Taking the pop-up concept to the next level LISTEN
The Anonymous Artist: A true story about the fickle word of art world fame. LISTEN
Ecstatic Dance Builds a Following: Some are calling it 'the new yoga'. LISTEN
Occupy Oakland shuts down port operations: A video report about Occupy's December 2011 west coast port shutdown. LISTEN
Immigrants Fleeing to Florida in Wake of Alabama Immigration Law: Immigrant families fleeing Alabama are finding overwhelmed social services in Florida. LISTEN
Police Crack Down on Occupy Oakland for 2nd Time in Street Clash: Police use tear gas on demonstrations against a raid on Occupy Oakland. LISTEN
Al-Jazeera English Shunned by Cable TV: A visit to Burlington Vermont, the first city to carry the controversial station. LISTEN
Emerging Movement in Mexico Against the Drug War: Could the words of a poet end the drug war in Mexico? LISTEN
California’s Prop 19-The end of the War on Marijuana?: How the failed legalization measure could signal changes for America's long-standing policy on marijuana prohibition. LISTEN
Breaking Through the Blue Wall of Silence: A look at the ongoing battle between the people and the police – and the debate over who gets to decide when an officer has done something wrong. LISTEN
A Unicycle Basketball Rivalry: Puerto Rico and Berkeley California square off in the North American championships. LISTEN
Saving Cypress Forests from Becoming Garden Mulch: Hurricane damage on the Gulf Coast stems in part due to the unscrupulous clearing of precious swampland. LISTEN