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Community Health Connections: Early Childhood Education

Monday, March 30 at 7:30 pm  KRCB explores how children who receive quality early childhood education are more likely to graduate from high school and attend college. They have higher earning…

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Last Days in Vietnam - KRCB Screening Event

In April of 1975, the North Vietnamese Army was closing in on Saigon as South Vietnamese resistance was crumbling. Approximately 5,000 Americans remained with roughly 24 hours to get out. 135,000 South Vietnamese managed to escape with help from a number of heroic Americans who took matters into their own hands. KRCB presents a FREE, public screening and discussion of this remarkable American Experience film on Tuesday, April 21 at 7:00 p.m. at the Rialto Cinemas in Sebastopol.

North Bay News

Teacher-District Disagreements in Santa Rosa

3:19 Contract negotiations between the Santa Rosa Teachers Association and the Santa Rosa School District are at a standstill.

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North Bay News

Mar 26

Sonoma County Regional Parks Going Green

From employee miles driven, to landscape watering, to miles and miles of toilet paper, Regional Parks is looking at myriad ways of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions.
Mar 26

State Eases Sex Offender Residency Limits

ALSO: A recent poll shows support for the legalization of recreational marijuana is growing in California.
Mar 25

'Right-To-Die' Proposal Sparks Tears, Impassioned Testimony at California Capitol

ALSO: A New PPIC Poll on California's Drought.
Mar 25

50th Anniversary Anti-War Teach-Ins

American involvement in Viet Nam was gearing up 50 years ago, and programs to recall that history are likewise increasing now.
Mar 24

Women's Caucus Prioritizes Work, Child Care Bills

ALSO: California lawmakers begin voting on the billion-dollar drought aid legislation announced last week.

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Music News

Mar 29

First Listen: Toro Y Moi, 'What For?'

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Mar 29

First Listen: Royal Thunder, 'Crooked Doors'

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Mar 29

First Listen: Say Lou Lou, 'Lucid Dreaming'

"Gold was different," Isaac Asimov wrote in his final novella. "It had a feel. Each piece had a weight. Piled together it had a gleaming beauty." The choice Asimov's protagonist faces when he says…
Mar 29

First Listen: The Mountain Goats, 'Beat The Champ'

When thinking about populism, it's easy to focus on either the relatable day-to-day struggles of average people — of the majority somewhere in the middle, glorified by so many rootsy tropes — or the…
Mar 29

First Listen: Waxahatchee, 'Ivy Tripp'

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