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Rachael Myrow is KQED's South Bay arts reporter, covering arts and culture in San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz Counties. She also guest hosts for The California Report and Forum, files stories for NPR and hosts a podcast called Love in the Digital Age. Her passion for public radio was born ...

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Nov 23, 2017

“[Native American] Tribes with resources [from gambling] first focused on health, education & infrastructure. Now, they have turned to reclaiming ancestral remains, preserving artifacts & telling their own stories in big, new museums.” via @LouisSahagun

Nov 23, 2017

In a lawsuit filed Monday in Sonoma County Superior Court, the dramatic story of how two VISITORS saved the residents of Villa Capri (run by Oakmont) from certain death as staffers waited for an exec who never showed up. via @newsterrier #NorthBayFires

Nov 22, 2017

Our Syria a cookbook Noah's Ark — a capsule containing the taste of a country whose inhabitants are forced to flee. via @npratc

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