The Game – 231 – Melissa Michelson

The Game – 231 – Melissa Michelson Bernie backers say they were robbed in the California primary, while Donald Trump finds new segments of our society to alienate. We talk about all this and what the Orlando massacre means to the public view of the LGBT community. Melissa Michelson is here. The Game is politics, and so much more. The Game is on. AIRTIMES: MON / WED / FRI at 10 am & 2:30 pm MON / FRI at 8 pm SAT / SUN at 2 pm View more episodes online here:

San Mateo County to Remember Orlando Shooting Victims

San Mateo County to Remember Orlando Shooting Victims Community vigil on Friday held to mourn, show solidarity Redwood City — The County of San Mateo joins the world in mourning the 49 lives lost and dozens other injured in the June 11 Orlando nightclub shooting and will hold a community vigil Friday to commemorate the victims and show solidarity against homophobia, hate of every kind and gun violence. The Board of Supervisors and the County are joined in hosting this vigil wi...

Behind the Scenes: Bridging the Gap between Patients & Doctors

Last night, PenTV taped an in-studio green screen special for the Lung Cancer Living Room: Bridging the Gap between Patients & Doctors, A Continuing Education Program. Dr. Ed Garon from UCLA and Dr. Primo Lara from UC Davis speak about updates and new data from ASCO, regarding treating patients who do not have any known driver mutations, what’s new in maintenance therapy and the latest in treating patients using Immunotherapy. They also talk with with Jim Brown, Thriver. AIRTIMES START...

Debuting Today: Perils for Pedestrians

For those viewers that walk and bike a lot, or perhaps take public transit as a main get-go source, then this show could be perfect for you. "Perils for Pedestrians" looks at problems and solutions confronting pedestrians around the country and beyond, talking with advocates, planners, engineers and public officials on a broad range of issues concerning pedestrians. Hosted by John Z. Wetmore. Airtimes Starting 6/7: TUE/THU at 4:30 pm View more info at