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Shoeless Blues: The Journey of Boscoe France

Wednesday, August 5 at 9:30 pm. This is a story about a man and the blues guitar competition that changed his life. An unknown guitar virtuoso, Boscoe France, from the coal mining town of…


Art Matters

KRCB North Bay Public Media challenges Sonoma County High School Students to identify a social issue that matters to them and to consider how they might express their thoughts, feelings, and opinions…

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North Bay News

Aug 03

After Failing Air Quality Report, Improvement Plan Suggested

Wildfire smoke is a temporary air quality issue, but as Suzanne Potter reports, the bigger problem of poor air in much of California has a far more persistent cause.
Aug 03

No Fire Fighter Shortage Despite State's Shrinking Prison Population

ALSO: In California stringent environmental laws have been a way of life for decades.
Aug 03

Alternative Birthing Centers

Giving birth … it’s an exciting and nerve-wracking time in any woman’s life.
Aug 02

Community Colleges Try To Improve Education Planning

ALSO: The California Board of Equalization looks for solutions on banking and the marijuana industry.


Music News

Aug 03

Dr. Dre's 'Compton': Who Are The Album's New Artists?

"They want to know if he's still got it..." The question, posed in Dr. Dre's 1999 single "Still D.R.E." — whether the man born Andre Young was still able to deliver the caliber of music that made him…
Aug 03

A Mahler Symphony Squeezed In A Squeezebox

When Gustav Mahler said a symphony "must be like the world. It must embrace everything," I suppose he meant embracing accordions, too. Gustav Mahler's sprawling Ninth Symphony is a 90-minute journey…
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Aug 02

Guitar Phenom's New Album Pays Tribute To Jimi Hendrix

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