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Twisted Tales of Poe: The Black Cat
Wednesday, October 22, at 9:30pm .
The thirty-minute program features Edgar Allan Poe's "The Black Cat." These live radio plays, presented by The Air Command, have, over the last nine years, become…
Sierra Hull On Mountain Stage
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California Learning Lessons From Napa Quake
• California Governor Jerry Brown says the state can lead the way with its water policies.
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Candidates Quizzed on 'Citizens United' Stance
“Citizens United” is the short-hand name for the controversial 2010 decision by the US Supreme Court .
Creating Climate Wealth
Forget fossil fuels and extraction technologies.
Unemployment Continues to Fall in California
• October 20th Is Last Day To Register To Vote Monday, October 20, 2014 Today's reporting by Katie Orr and Amy Quinton.
On the Watch for Water Waste
When it comes to saving water, every drop counts.
Addressing Latinos’ Mental Health Needs
The overall health needs of California’s Latino population are widely underserved.
Viking's Choice: Wildhoney, 'Fall In'
What happened to your brain the first time you heard the way My Bloody Valentine's seismic guitar crunch seemed to bend space? Did you bend with it? The first 10 seconds of Wildhoney's "Fall In" know…
Jukebox The Ghost On World Cafe
Vocalist and pianist Ben Thornewill, singer-guitarist Tommy Siegel and drummer Jesse Kristin met at George Washington University in 2003, then formed Jukebox The Ghost three years later. The D.C. pop…
T.I.: 'We Make Music That Come From The Heart'
Watch A Trailer For 'R.E.M. By MTV'
Oh my god, they look so young! It was 1981 when this little Athens, Ga. based band started making a splash. Over the years that followed they made waves. This small trailer for a larger documentary…
'You Cannot Go Back': Annie Lennox On 'Nostalgia'
Annie Lennox is well-known for her work as one half of The Eurythmics, the synth-pop duo whose hit "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)" is still ubiquitous 30-plus years after its release.