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COVID REOPENINGS: San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese interviews SFMOMA director Neal Benezra about the safety protocols awaiting visitors amid COVID-19.
Aries Spears Returning To Standup Stage In PleasantonComedian Aries Spears will be returning to the standup stage this Thursday at Tommy T's in Pleasanton. The shows from Thursday October 1 to Sunday October 4 will be held outside to bring down the danger of Covid-19. Spears, who has been doing standup comedy for 30+ years, rose to fame after starring in MAD TV and Jerry Maguire.
COVID REOPENINGS: San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish MuseumCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese interviews Justin Limoges, exhibition designer with the Contemporary Jewish Museum, about changes at the museum amid the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 and Airborne TransmissionCBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec interviews Dr. Dean Winslow, Stanford Health Care Infectious Disease Physician, about the latest CDC guidelines when it comes to airborne transmission and other details about the virus.
Celebrities Join Forces To Save Oakland's Children's FairylandCBSN Bay Area interviewed Oakland-native actors Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal, along with The Children's Fairyland of Oakland's Kymberly Miller, about a new virtual fundraiser they are hosting to save the Lake Merritt amusement park. That event is planned for Saturday at 6:30pm.
San Francisco's de Young Museum Reopens Friday For The First Time Since COVID-19CBSN Bay Area interviews Timothy Burgard, lead curator of the de Young Open, about what visitors to the de Young Museum can expect to see when it reopens its doors to the public.
The Fight To Replace Late-Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgCBSN Bay Area interviews legal analyst Paul Henderson about the fight to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Henderson explains if the Democrats have a chance at blocking President Trump's pick and what issues hang in the balance.
Making STEM Fun with Code NinjasCBSN Bay Area interviews Samantha McCabe with Code Ninjas, about how it’s using video games to teach children in San Jose how to code.
MEDICAL MONDAY: COVID-19 & Poor Air QualityCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese interviews Dr. Aruna Subramanian, infectious disease physician at Stanford Health Care, on if the bad air has any effect on the transmission of COVID-19.
Senior Novelists Finding Success Later OnCBSN Bay Area talks to Bay Area novelist Donna Levin, about some best-selling authors who got a later start in life.
Food Insecurities Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese interviews Paul Ash, Executive Director of the SF-Marin Food Bank, about a new report that shows a surge in demand.
CAMPAIGN 2020: Climate Change and the Presidential RaceCBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego talks to KCBS political reporter, Doug Sovern, about how the CA wildfires have sparked a debate between Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and President Donald Trump.
Teeing Off: San Francisco Pride Golf TournamentCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese interviews SF Pride's Suzanne Ford about the SF Pride Golf Tournament fundraiser. It tees off Wednesday, September 16 at Harding Park in San Francisco.
MEDICAL MONDAY: COVID-19 and the Immune SystemCBSN Bay Area's Anne Makovec talks to Dr. Maja Artandi with Stanford Health Care, about how COVID-19 tricks the immune system.
Going For Gold With Storytime: Kristi Yamaguchi's Push for Childhood LiteracyCBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese interviews Bay Area gold medal figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi about her ‘Always Dream’ foundation, which promotes early childhood literacy.
Cook Life A Chef Amid The COVID-19 Shelter-In-PlaceThe owner of Rome’s Kitchen in San Francisco, Roman Rogers, shows CBSN Bay Area how to make lobster alfredo.
College and COVID-19Dr. Stacie Vilendrer with Stanford Health Care, talks to CBSN Bay Area about how colleges are adjusting to the Coronavirus outbreak.
BETTER TOGETHER: Local Horse Brings Joy To Isolated East Bay SeniorsMeals on Wheels Diablo Region partnered with Bright Future Farms of Walnut Creek to bring Tony the Arabian Stallion to seniors in isolation.CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese spoke with Caitlin Sly, of Meals on Wheels, and Carol DiMaggio, of Bright Future Farms, about the visit, equine therapy and what lies ahead for both groups amid this pandemic.
Providing Aide Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic and Devastasting WildfiresGail McGovern, President and CEO of the American Red Cross, talks to CBSN Bay Area about the organization's response to the California wildfires and how it’s adjusting to COVID-19.
Culinary Angels Launch New Donation CampaignCBSN Bay Area talks to Lisa McNaney, Founder & Executive Director of Culinary Angels, about her donation-based non-profit that prepares and provides nutritious meals to those suffering from serious health issues in the East Bay.
Back in the RaceSan Jose's Willy T. Ribbs talks to CBSN Bay Area about being added to the lineup to compete in the Superstar Racing Experience, which comes to CBS next year. Ribbs was the first Black driver to qualify and race in the 1991 Indy 500.
"Pet Pantry" Helps Struggling Pet Owners Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area's Len Kiese talks with Stephanie Little Ladeira, Humane Society Silicon Valley Chief of Philanthropy & Community Development, about the organization's "Pet Pantry Program". It provides pet owners, struggling financially, with necessities to care for their pets.
Glass Half Full: Winemaker Woes Amid COVID-19CBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego spoke with Elise Rutchick,of Save the Family Farms, and Jason Elkin, of Buhman Estate Vineyards, about small wineries who are struggling to sustain business in competition with larger wineries amid this pandemic.
Bay Area's Black Restaurant WeekThe owner of El Nuevo Frutilandia in San Francisco's Mission District discusses Black Restaurant Week and teaches us how to make mofongo.

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