Chery Glaser has spent more than 20 years as a radio host, reporter, and producer—including ten years at Marketplace, public radio’s business and finance program.  She’s covered stories from the Northridge Earthquake and Hurricane Katrina to the chocolate business. Chery’s been named best local radio anchor by the LA Press Club and by the Alliance for Women in Media’s Gracie Awards.  

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"Have not parking lots provided great utility, even life-saving service, during the COVID plague?

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"I do think we're going a little fast. There's still about 35% of the adult population that is not vaccinated, and that, of course, includes all children under the age of 12.

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"I do think we're going a little fast. There's still about 35% of the adult population that is not vaccinated, and that, of course, includes all children under the age of 12.

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Joe Mathews says that focusing on the state budget, when it appears in good shape, obscures California’s systemic failures.

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