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A weekend fundraiser in San Francisco raising money for a grassroots LGBTQ+ organizations in Tennessee. With over 400 anti trans and anti drag bills in states across the nation, local drag stars and legal professionals came together at a nightclub south of market. It's really about freedom when you think about it. That's justice juicy Lou, purple and gray, big hair updo, wearing a black judge's robe with lace collar. She's a cis male lawyer during the week. We're live streaming this event. We phrased over $8000 so far. We're looking to raise $10,000 for three amazing organizations in Tennessee. State senator Scott Weiner addressed the supportive crowd. And it's not just about drag queens. It's about trans people. It's about all LGBTQ people. They want us to disappear. The fundraising goal is $10,000. Whether drag queens should exist. That's crazy. That'll never happen, but it's happening. And it's terrifying. In San Francisco, Alice works case CBS. Okay, bosses, listen up. You want to keep your employees happy? It's not that hard. He has the results of a new study. The research finds that the best way to retain talented workers is to show them some appreciation. Kim garsten is a senior vice president at Robert half, which conducted the study. Recognition doesn't have to be monetary. It can be anything as small as a thank you note. It can be an email where you're sending a thank you to your assistant and you're seeing the supervisors or the executive leadership team. It could be a Starbucks card. It could be something very small. Garz dean says a comment that's often heard in company exit interviews is that the worker is leaving at least in part because of a lack of recognition. She says showing appreciation can sometimes be more difficult or overlooked for people working from home. Chris Eden's Casey BS. Parts of Yosemite valley that had been closed temporarily over fears of flooding. Reopened earlier than expected, eastern Yosemite valley, which is home to the falls and half dome closed Friday night and was expected to stay off limits to visitors until Wednesday, the valley reopened partially this morning. It will reopen fully tomorrow at 7 a.m.. Forty-niners love in their new draft pick will have more on that from the sports desk coming up in three minutes. This is flee for this little light. The podcast about falling in love with music. I started a nonprofit music school about 20 years ago called the silverlake conservatory of music. The reason that I started doing this podcast was music education. I'll be speaking with Rick Rubin. Stuart Copeland, Margo price. Corey Henry, Cynthia erivo, Sheila E. and Patti Smith. Please listen and

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