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Fire in the Forest: The Life and Legacy of the Ba’al Shem Tov

Tuesday, December 16 at 9 pm. Rabbi Israel ben Eliezer (1698-1760), known as the Ba'al Shem Tov ("Master of the Good Name"), is one of the most beloved and celebrated, yet elusive, figures in Jewish…

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D'Angelo's 'Black Messiah' Collapses Years, Genres

D'Angelo has built a considerable reputation on the basis of three albums: 1995's Brown Sugar, 2000's Voodoo, and now Black Messiah, unexpectedly released early Monday morning. The singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist has been widely praised for connecting many decades of different rhythm & blues styles, and Fresh Air rock critic Ken Tucker says Black Messiah is as adventurous as any fan could hope for.Copyright 2014 NPR.

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California's Retiree Health Care Costs Jump Past $70 Billion

• Falling Gas Prices Benefit Drivers, Businesses • California Needs 11 Trillion Gallons Of Water To End Drought 2:16 Wednesday, December 17, 2014 Today's reporting by Ben Adler, Katie Orr, and Amy…

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Dec 16

Applying Restorative Justice at School

To cut down on student suspensions and expulsions, two Santa Rosa schools have introduced restorative justice programs as an alternative.
Dec 15

California Housing Market's Middle-Class Squeeze Deepened in 2014

Today, part 1 of a short series from Capital Public Radio News about how various sectors of the California economy have fared in 2014.
Dec 15

Restorative Justice Comes to Santa Rosa Schools

Santa Rosa City Schools are experimenting with restorative justice, as a disciplinary alternative to widespread suspensions.
Dec 14

Only 42 Percent Of Californians Voted In November's Election

ALSO: More benefits put immigrants at risk from scams.
Dec 14

Community Policing Task Force Recommendations

Asked to suggest ways to help local law enforcement be more effective and accountable, a citizen task force is calling for more diversity, better training, and improved communications with the people…

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Dec 16

Watch 'Road Dawgs,' A Mini-Documentary About Future Islands

This was Future Islands' year. After touring hard for eight years and recording four albums, they finally broke through. The latest album, Singles, came out in March.
Dec 15

Junior Brown On Mountain Stage

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Dec 15

Redman On Music And Marijuana: Now Is The Time For Some Action

Quick survey: you're going to the Word Wide Rollers Tour, presented by a group of weed connoisseurs called the Smoker's Club.
Dec 15

Charli XCX And The Year's Most Fabulous Pop Record

Pop music has been defined this year by young women who come across as self-assured and self-directed. And, while Taylor Swift sold more records and pulled more headlines, Charli XCX (née Charlotte…
Dec 15

Lily & Madeleine On World Cafe

Lily & Madeleine, two sisters from Indianapolis, made their name — and their first EP, The Weight Of The Globe — on the strength of covers uploaded to YouTube. Now, the duo's second album (Fumes)…