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Nature: Invasion of the Killer Whales
Tuesday, July 28 at 8 pm.
As the ice shrinks in the Arctic, polar bears are struggling to survive in a fast-melting world. Although classified a marine mammal, the polar bear is not adapted to…
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Preparing for Life Beyond Coal, Oil and Gas
Remaining oil, gas and coal reserves are dirtier and harder to extract.
Study Shows Wildfires Occurring At Higher Elevations
ALSO: Covered California To Release 2016 Rates.
Anticipating Life After Fossil Fuels
What happens when we’ve burned up all the available fossil fuels on Earth? Santa Rosa energy analyst Richard Heinberg says that’s a question we are already late in addressing.
Get Outside and Float The Summer Away Along The Russian River
Since the early 90's, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors has quadrupled the number of parks along the popular Russian River.
I-10 Bridge Collapse Might Not Be California's Last
ALSO: Scientists Discover What Makes Lake Tahoe Blue 2:02 Friday, July 24, 2015 Today's reporting by Ben Adler and Amy Quinton.
New Release Features Jazz Flutist Sam Most's 'Breathy, Punchy Sound'
Drive By-Truckers To Release Massive Live Album
A great concert is an occasion to tell stories that, as it unfolds, becomes a story unto itself. The members of Drive-By Truckers have been spinning tall and real tales since 1996, with the band's…
On Its New Album, Bomba Estereo Is 'Watching The World' From Colombia
When Bomba Estereo began a decade ago in Bogotá, audiences didn't quite know what to make of it. The group was combining some of the most traditional Colombian sounds with some of the most modern…
'Summertime' Evokes A Warm Breeze To Accompany Your Summer Road Trip
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The Guitar In The Window: How One Instrument Steered Sir Richard Bishop's Life
Some musicians argue that instruments have souls. Guitarist Richard Bishop says he felt a relationship forming the moment he saw a mysterious acoustic guitar in a secondhand store in Switzerland.
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