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National Geographic Bee

Wednesday, June 1 at 8pm. Each year thousands of schools in the US participate in the National Geographic Bee, using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. The contest is designed to…


KRCB Election Coverage

KRCB North Bay Public Media covers the candidate races and ballot issues in the North Bay Region online and during the upcoming KRCB Election 2016 live television program on Tuesday, June 7 at 9:00…

North Bay News

Growth Worries Underlie Napa Elections

Two incumbent supervisors are facing brisk challenges in Napa County’s primary election, while voters there are also being asked to approve funding for schools and a new jail.
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North Bay News

May 30

POLITIFACT: Does California Have 'The Same Water Infrastructure’ As It Did In The 1960s?

California's Democratic U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein has repeatedly said the state's water infrastructure is the same as in the early 1960s.
May 29

The Mighty, Mighty Nurses Association Supports Bernie Sanders

ALSO: It was a busy day at the state Capitol Friday, as California lawmakers froze many bills, advanced others, and even saw Gov.
May 27

Living Through the Peak of Industrial Civilization

From genetic predisposition to flawed cultural assumptions, humankind’s history is getting in the way of preparing for a very different future.
May 26

New Water Park Opens At Spring Lake

As summer approaches we are drawn to water recreation as a way to cool off and to celebrate seasonal fun here in our naturally diverse Sonoma County.
May 26

Water Supply Concerns As Drought Persists In Western U.S.

ALSO: Pink items marketed to women and their blue counterparts for men would have to cost the same in California, under a bill passed by the state Senate today.


Music News

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May 28

At Mid-Career, Beth Orton Shakes Off Expectation

Beth Orton feels a certain amount of pressure when it comes to her music. The British singer songwriter had huge success with her first album, Trailer Park, back in 1999, and for a while she was on a…
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May 28

Music, Power And Politics Collide On Leyla McCalla's 'A Day for the Hunter'

Leyla McCalla has built her songwriting style around the cello, an instrument that's rarely central in folk and pop styles — and one she began her study of by accident.
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May 27

William Bell Heads Back To His Roots In 'This Is Where I Live'

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May 27

The Accidentals Come Home To Michigan

Savannah Buist and Katie Larson are two members of a band called The Accidentals. The band's most recent single is called "Michigan and Again," and — if you couldn't tell — it's a love song for their…
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May 26

'Presenting Princess Shaw': The Unlikely Story Of Samantha Montgomery

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