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Voices: Untold Stories of Mental Illness

Tuesday, May 5 at 9 pm. Voices is an award-winning documentary that features the stark and intimate portraits of three very different individuals and their struggle with severe mental illness in…



May 4-May 17 is our spring funds drive at KRCB Radio 91. We'll have a bunch of great musicians playing live on the air, great thank-you gifts, and more so please give generously to support 91 FM, the North Bay's public radio station!

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North Bay News

Apr 30

Boarding and Kayaking All Part Of The Fun In Parks Celebration 2015

From a quick evening paddle around beautiful Lake Benoist, to a 6.5 mile kayak tour of the Russian River, you can experience your Sonoma County parks in a whole new way during Parks Celebration 2015.
Apr 30

New Tools for Financing Sustainability

The 10th annual Sustainable Enterprise Conference this week examined ways to finance endeavors that align with indivuals' personal values.
Apr 29

Envisioning a Future for Sonoma's Developmental Center

For more than a century, the state Developmental Center has been a large and complex presence in the Sonoma Valley. But what will become of it in the future is a wide open question.
Apr 27

Young Adults with Autism Thrive in Their New Home

 Eight years in the making, a new living environment for young adults with autism is attracting nationwide attention to their shared homes in downtown Sonoma.
Apr 27

Health Games -- Innovation or Fad?

Medical professionals are increasingly using games in their efforts to make people healthier.


Music News

May 03

First Listen: Surfer Blood, '1000 Palms'

After the middling reception that greeted 2013's Pythons, the Florida band Surfer Blood parted ways with its major label and returned to its DIY roots, hunkering down in attics and parents' houses to…
May 02

A New Jazz Suite For Head, Shoulders, Knees And Toes

Is there a modern-day equivalent to Duke Ellington? Or Ornette Coleman? Who are the people today who think differently about jazz — who have created new forms, and expanded the musical vocabulary?…
May 02

Soul Singer Jerry Lawson's 'Just A Mortal Man' Almost Came True

At an age when most people are slowing down, soul singer Jerry Lawson is releasing his first solo album, Just a Mortal Man.

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