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Bay Area Documentary Spotlights Music Program to Help Haiti HealAudiences around the country are getting a rare glimpse of Haiti, thanks to a San Francisco filmmaker. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)
Oakland Symphony Conductor Michael MorganOakland Symphony Conductor Michael Morgan talks to Bay Sunday about upcoming concerts and activities.
'Band Together' Benefit Concert Raises Millions for Wildfire ReliefFirst responders and fire victims were in the front row at the Band Together benefit concert to raise money for those affected by the Wine Country wildfires. Betty Yu reports from AT&T Park. (11-9-17)
Rapper G-Eazy Entertains Wildfire Victims at Benefit ConcertKPIX 5's Betty Yu talks with G-Eazy as he gets ready to take the stage at AT&T Park. (11-9-17)
Local Songwriter Offers Free Downloads of 'Santa Rosa' to Benefit Wildfire RecoveryWhat started as a North Bay singer's tribute to his hometown has become an anthem of sorts. John Ramos reports. (11-2-17)
S.F. Boosts Security For Music Fest, Fleet Week CrowdsMore than a million people are expected to crowd into the city by the bay for Fleet Week weekend activities as well as the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in Golden Gate Park. In the wake of the Vegas rampage police say they have to prepare for anything. Katie Nielsen reports. (10-6-17)

Arts & Entertainment

Aladdin Star Adam JacobsAladdin star Adam Jacobs talks to Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi about the hit Broadway musical now playing through January 7 at SHN San Francisco.
Oakland Symphony Conductor Michael MorganOakland Symphony Conductor Michael Morgan talks to Bay Sunday about upcoming concerts and activities.
'Broken Seeds' Tells Story Of A People Through Classical Indian Dance, ArtArtistic Director of Nava Dance Theatre Nadhi Thekkek and Oakland-based artist Rupy C. Tut talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about 'Broken Seeds Still Grow.'

Interviews

Talking Politics: Franken Fallout / Taxing CaliforniansPhil Matier, Melissa Caen and former state assembly speaker and S.F. mayor Willie Brown tackle two of the hottest topics in politics. (11-19-17)
At Issue: Regulating Recreational MarijuanaPhil Matier talks with state senator Scott Wiener (D-S.F.) about the competing city and state politics around recreational pot use. (11-19-17)
At Issue: Closing Arguments in Kate Steinle Murder CaseClosing arguments are set for Monday in the trial of Jose Zarate, the man accused of killing Kate Steinle. Phil Matier talks about what jurors will be considering with former S.F. prosecutor and current defense trial attorney Tony Brass. (11-19-17)

Local Community

Santa Rosa Restaurateur Serves Free Dinner to Wildfire Survivors and First RespondersThis Thanksgiving had a special meaning for survivors of the North Bay wildfires, thanks to John Franchetti, owner and manager of Franchetti's in Santa Rosa. Andria Borba reports. (11-23-17)
Nasty E-mail Exchange Exposes Rift in Santa Clara City CouncilDifferences over how to deal with the 49ers and Levi's Stadium have made the environment on the Santa Clara city council fractured and dysfunctional. City leaders called out their colleague for playing what they call the "breast cancer card." Kiet Do reports. (11-23-17)
Trump Tops Turkey Day Topics to Avoid at DinnerHow well did you navigate the Thanksgiving dinner conversation? Surveys show that more than any other topic, you were most likely to start an argument if you talked about President Trump. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)

General

Aladdin Star Adam JacobsAladdin star Adam Jacobs talks to Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi about the hit Broadway musical now playing through January 7 at SHN San Francisco.
'Broken Seeds' Tells Story Of A People Through Classical Indian Dance, ArtArtistic Director of Nava Dance Theatre Nadhi Thekkek and Oakland-based artist Rupy C. Tut talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about 'Broken Seeds Still Grow.'
Meet Singer Em RossiEm Rossi may only be 19-years-old but she's got the voice of an old soul. She'll be performing at Mystic Theatre in Petaluma on October 1 benefiting the Walk to End Alzheimers.

KPIXTV

Bay Area Shoppers Spending More as Black Friday Kicks Into GearShoppers are hitting the stores on this Black Friday and they're ready to shell out some serious cash. Sharon Chin reports. (11-24-17)
Bay Area Woman Pregnant with QuintupletsA Bay Area woman is expecting quintuplets and is battling with her health care provider over the doctor she wants to deliver her babies. Susie Steimle reports. (11-24-17)
Osaka Mayor Cuts Sister-City Ties to S.F. Over 'Comfort Women' MemorialJapan expressed strong regret Friday over San Francisco’s decision to give city property status to a statue commemorating Asian women who worked in military brothels for Japanese troops during World War II, with Osaka declaring it will terminate its 60-year sister-city ties. Melissa Caen reports. (11-24-17)

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