PODCAST: Back to school at CSULB; journalism, art and the ‘B’ word

On Episode #12 of “CAN YOU HEAR ME, LONG BEACH?” we’re going back to school with journalism professor, and Post contributor, Barbara Kingsley-Wilson, who talked about what it was like to work at the Post this summer and what’s the present state of journalism and journalism students? Like any good reporter, she poses the questions that beg being asked, in this case: can you say “bullshit” on this podcast. Listen and learn!

Photo by Thomas Cordova.

We stay on campus with Amanda Fruta, who manages communications for Cal State Long Beach’s contemporary art museum. A lot has gone on at the museum: a director was let go, an artist shut down their own exhibition because the director was let go, the museum received a sizeable donation, has plans to expand and got a new name, the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum.

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Steve Lowery began his journalism career at the Los Angeles Times, where he planned to spend his entire career. God, as usual, laughed at his plans and he has since written for the short-lived sports publication The National, the L.A. Daily News, the Press-Telegram, New Times LA, the District and the OC Weekly. He is the Arts & Culture Editor for the Post, overseeing the Hi-lo.
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