The Game – 255 – Crime and Punishment

The Game – 255 – Crime and Punishment Immigration, the Opioid crisis, school shootings, police misconduct – the list of challenges facing law enforcement is more complex than ever. We tackle these issues and more with San Mateo County’s top law enforcement officials – Sheriff Carlos Bolanos and District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. The Game is Crime and Punishment. The Game is on. San Mateo County is one of the safest counties in California with crime rates well below the state average. Even with that ...

Early Web Release: 66th SAMCEDA Annual Meeting and THRED Talks

It's the 66th SAMCEDA Annual Meeting and THRED Talks, hosted by SAMCEDA President & CEO Rosanne Foust. THRED Speakers: Carla Boragno, Genentech Roosevelt Callahan, Year Up Bay Area Shelley Doran, Webcor Builders Ken Leacock, ProTerra Ken Montgomery, Design Tech High School Ben Tulchin, Tulchin Research Recorded 6/11. Will start airing 6/20 on following weekly dates/times: -WED at 9 pm -FRI at 9 pm -SUN...

The Game – 256 – Melissa Michelson

The Game – 256 – Melissa Michelson The June 5 primary is in the books. Was San Mateo County’s all-mail election a success? And what does the voting tell us about what might happen in November? We crunch the numbers with political analyst Melissa Michelson. The Game is Politics, the Game is on. The June 5 statewide primary election had a lot on its agenda -- San Mateo County was one of five to make history by conducting an all-mail ballot. Did it mean more voter participation? The top-two primary ...

The Game – 253 – Mary Hughes

The Game – 253 – Mary Hughes A record-number of women are running for the U.S. Congress this year. Is 2018 a breakthrough year for women in politics? We ask a leader in this cause, Mary Hughes. The Game is Politics, The Game is on. For well over a decade, Mary Hughes has been a leader in the effort to elect more women to office. A veteran political strategist and advisor to candidates for president, Congress and the Legislature, she founded Close the Gap CA, which recruits progressive women...

Burlingame Library Offers Free Repairs

Got a broken necklace, printer, ripped seam or small appliance that won’t work? Instead of tossing it out, you can get it fixed for free at the Repair Café in Burlingame on Saturday, June 16. It will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Lane Room at the Burlingame Public Library at 480 Primrose Road in Burlingame. Volunteers will repair up to three items per person during the event. In addition, broken and outdated electronic items may be recycled at no charge in large e-waste bins a...

“Honor and Remember”: 77th Annual Memorial Day Observance, San Bruno

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77th Annual MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE at GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL CEMETERY 1300 Sneath Lane (Veterans Way), San Bruno “Honor and Remember”   Join us in honoring our fallen heroes on MONDAY, MAY 28th, 11 a.m. Band concert begins at 10:30 a.m.   Speakers: Madge Fordyce, WWII “Rosie the Riveter” worker ADM John M. Richardson, Chief of Naval Operations Also: San Andreas Brass Band • Bagpiper • U.S. Coast Guard Color Guard • Gold Star wreath presentation • Vocalists • 31st Regiment,...

The Game – 254 – Superintendent Candidates for San Mateo County

The Game – 254 – Superintendent Candidates for San Mateo County Who is going to lead San Mateo County’s schools into the future?​ The two candidates for the county’s top schools chief are here. The Game is Education, The Game is on. Low pay, long hours, achievement gaps – teachers face any number of difficult challenges and increased expectations to prepare our children for a complex economic and employment environment. Two candidates – Nancy Magee and Gary Waddell -- are running for the one office where all these issues co...