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Never Forget to Lie

Thursday, May 7 at 9 pm. In his latest film, Marian Marzynski (Return to Poland, Shtetl) returns to the Warsaw ghetto of his childhood. In Never Forget to Lie, Marzynski tells the story of how he as…


Health Connections

What does it look like when a community is healthy? There’s more to it than eating fruits and vegetables and exercising. Community health is measured in high school graduation rates, economic stability, physical activity, access to health care, and the prevention of injuries, among others. KRCB focuses on these different aspects of individual and community health through HEALTH CONNECTIONS.

North Bay News

Sebastopol Hospital’s Reopening Delayed

More than a year after it closed, the former Palm Drive Hospital in Sebastopol is pushing hard to reopen.

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North Bay News

May 05

Amid Lousy Conservation, Water Board Imposes Mandated Cuts

Water regulators have adopted some of the strictest water conservation rules in the state’s history as California deals with a fourth year of drought.
May 05

Public Funds Just Seed Money in Fighting Homelessness

County supervisors on Tuesday readily accepted a plan to spend nearly $2.8 million in federal funds on projects to address homelessness and poverty in Sonoma County.
May 04

Undocumented Immigrant Health Care Bill's Cost Estimate: $175-$740 Million

ALSO: Governor Jerry Brown’s new water fine proposal is creating fears of government overreach.
May 04

SRJC Opens Dream Center

To address the needs of a growing segment of their student population, Santa Rosa Junior College has created a new “Dream Center” to advise students on immigration issues.
May 03

'Health For All Act' Would Expand Health Care Coverage for Undocumented Immigrants

ALSO: The fourth year of drought and above-normal summer temperatures are not expected to put a strain on California’s power supply.


Music News

May 05

In Search Of Intensity, Musicians Turn To Adrian Utley

Adrian Utley just broke his portable synthesizer, a Minimoog. Not on purpose; simply "because I used it," he jokes over the phone.
May 04

Willie Nelson: 'Ain't Many Of Us Left'

The first thing you notice when you get on Willie Nelson's tour bus is a pungent aroma. Parked outside a gigantic casino and performance venue in Thackerville, Okla., Nelson offers NPR's David Greene…

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