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Sand Wars

Tuesday, April 21 at 9 pm. Sand Wars is a surprising investigation into one of earth's most consumed natural resources: something most would consider inexhaustible. Yet, due to the high demand for…


Last Days in Vietnam - KRCB Screening Event

KRCB presents a FREE, public screening and discussion of this remarkable American Experience film on Tuesday, April 21 at 7:15 pm at the Rialto Cinemas in Sebastopol. Forty years ago, in April of 1975, as the North Vietnamese Army was closing in on Saigon, 5,000 American soldiers and personnel remained with roughly 24 hours to get out. Their South Vietnamese allies, co-workers, and friends faced certain imprisonment and possible death if they remained behind, yet there was no official evacuation plan in place. Still, with the clock ticking and the city under fire, 135,000 South Vietnamese…

North Bay News

Sustainability in Education

Most pathways to long-term societal sustainability begin by thinking differently about that objective. So says the San Diego educator who co-wrote the book on Sustainability in Higher Education.

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North Bay News

Apr 16

Parks Celebration 2015 Comes to Sonoma County

Spring is the perfect time to discover your public lands. It's also the best time to celebrate the great outdoors! Beginning on Earth Day, and running through Memorial Day, Sonoma County Regional…
Apr 16

Brown Says Water Rights Changes Coming

ALSO: California drivers would pay higher gas taxes, vehicle license fees and vehicle registration fees under a new highway and road repair proposal at the state Capitol.
Apr 16

ModMath App Assists Dysgraphic Students

Mod Math is an app that helps students with disabilities do their arithmetic homework.
Apr 15

Slow Progress In Congressional Water Talks

Central Valley politicians and farm interests have been in Congress this week to remind lawmakers about the dire situation back home.
Apr 14

California: A State of Change

Even before the first western men reached California, the natural environment was altered by the presence of native people. As she began her inquiries into the historic landscapes around her east…


Music News

Apr 19

Chris Washburne And The SYOTOS Band, 'Stairway To Heaven'

This crazy, clever cover medley spans an entire musical universe, as it superimposes one of Duke Ellington's sacred works (1968's "Heaven") over Led Zeppelin's 1971 rock classic "Stairway To Heaven."…
Apr 19

First Listen: Brown Bird, 'Axis Mundi'

When David Lamb, half of the Rhode Island-based duo Brown Bird, succumbed to an aggressive relapse of leukemia in April 2014 after a year-long battle with the disease, the music world lost one of the…
Apr 19

First Listen: Paul De Jong, 'IF'


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