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Talking Politics: Obama Redux / Unfree Speech MovementPres. Obama returns from an extended post-presidency vacation this week. Also: UC Berkeley, cradle of free speech movement, blocks controversial speakers. Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and Willie Brown discuss the week in politics. (4-23-17)
Big Reid Interviews Myles Parrish!Big Reid sat down with Myles Parrish to talk about his upcoming mixtape "Vomac", what he's been up too, and reveals why Kalin and Myles broke up.
Pet of the Week: Help Kiko Find a New HomeNatalie Amaya from Umbrella of Hope Rescue - http://www.beourpet.org - brought Kiko to the KPIX studio on Saturday for a visit with Devin Fehely. (4-22-17)
ConsumerWatch: Delta Airlines MeltdownWhile the news was dominated by the viral video of a United passenger being dragged off a plane, more than half a million Delta Airlines customers were dealing with a travel nightmare of their own. Julie Watts talks with travel industry consultant Henry Harteveldt. (4-22-17)
Ruth B. Interview On The StubHub StageQuestion and Answer session with Ruth B. and Jayn on the StubHub stage in the Alice Lounge.
Deborah Santana & Carl Lumbly Host Daraja Academy FundraiserDeborah Santana & Carl Lumbly invite you to a fundraiser benefitting Daraja Academy on Sunday, April 23 at The Open Square at Futures Without Violence in the SF Presidio. Santana talks to BR host Christin Ayers about this amazing secondary school for girls in Kenya.

Food & Drink

Central Valley Asparagus Growers Losing Local Market Share To MexicoCalifornia farmers say they're losing out big to cheaper produce coming from Mexico and one local crop in particular is hard-hit: Delta asparagus. Melissa Caen reports. (4-21-17)
Fresh Grocer Tony Tantillo Celebrates 25 Years Of Talking ProduceJackie Ward reports on Tony Tantillo marking a quarter century of working in television as a food expert (4-21-2017)
California's First Strawberries Of The Year Are Super-SizedBig, fat strawberries are the latest roadside attraction in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties. Len Ramirez reports. (4/18/17)

General

Lettuce Shortage At Bay Area Grocery StoresLeafy greens are in short supply in some Bay Area grocery stores. Lisa Meadows explains what's behind the lettuce shortage.
Cupping With Keba Konte Owner Of Red Bay CoffeeKeba Konte, owner of Red Bay Coffee schools Black Renaissance's Christin Ayers in the art of coffee.
Chocolatiers From 11th Annual San Francisco Chocolate SalonChocolate makers from Rainy Day Chocolate and Socola share their sweets before the 11th Annual SF Chocolate Salon.

Spoken Word

Stanford Researchers Discover The Truth About Trolls On Social MediaStanford researchers Justin Cheng and Michael Bernstein talk about the results of a new study on trolling and the reason why we do it with Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi.
Poetic Address To The Nation At YBCAPoet Marc Bamuthi Joseph talks to Bay Sunday's Roberta Gonzales about the Postic Address to the Nation happening at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in SF.
New Breakthrough For Sufferers Of Diabetic Macular Edema Will Save SightDr. Ali Zaidi and his patient talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about a new breakthrough for patients suffering with diabetic macular edema.

KPIXTV

Woman's Priceless Memories Of Late Father Stolen From Car In OaklandA woman who parked her car in Oakland's Temescal District had priceless pictures of her late father stolen while she was having dinner. Christin Ayers reports. (4/26/17)
BERKELEY PROTEST: Officials brace for a day of possible violent political protest in BerkeleyOfficials brace for a day of possible violent political protest in Berkeley
Thursday Morning Forecast With Roberta GonzalesAfter months and months of rain, an extended dry and warm trend will take hold in the Bay Area starting Thursday. Highs inland could reach the mid 80s by early next week. Roberta Gonzales has the forecast. (4/217/17)

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