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Frontline: Separate and Unequal

Sixty years after the Supreme Court declared separate schools for black and white children unconstitutional, Frontline examines the comeback of segregation in America. The film focuses on Baton…

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Maps, 'You Will Find A Way'

What separates us from machines? Is it our capacity for love? Our seemingly bottomless well of cruelty? A new video for the Maps song "You Will Find A Way" poses these questions as a cardboard robot, built by a lonely girl, comes to life and goes out in search of companionship.

North Bay Report

Police Tactics and Public Protests

What determines whether or not a public protest will remain peaceful or veer into violent confrontations? A new study underway at UC Berkeley suggests that police actions often make the difference.


North Bay Report

Aug 25

Plastic Bag Ban Fails On First Try In Assembly

ALSO: California Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins may consider new drinking rules for Assembly.
Aug 24

Forum Focuses on Petaluma Mail Center

The US Postal Service’s North Bay mail processing and distribution center in Petaluma is facing closure, but Congressman Jared Huffman is hoping to fend that off.
Aug 24

California Authorities: Napa Quake Damage "Very Manageable"

ALSO: California lawmakers must adjourn their two-year legislative session by midnight Sunday.
Aug 22

Developing Solar Power on Agricultural Lands

Sonoma County has opened the door for the construction of new solar arrays that could feed Sonoma Clean Power, on agricultural lands and elsewhere.
Aug 21

Water Emergency in Inverness, Despite Ample Supplies

Water reservoirs are full in the small West Marin town of Inverness, yet the community has been ordered by state water officials to implement water emergency measures.

Music News

Aug 25

Nickel Creek: Tiny Desk Concert

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Aug 25

Come See The New Pornographers Play 'Brill Bruisers' In The Brill Building

Yesterday, the ecstatic indie-pop group The New Pornographers released Brill Bruisers, its first new record in four years. Next week, it'll bring the album home.
Aug 25

First Listen: Interpol, 'El Pintor'

Interpol once seemed like a candidate for a quick post-debut flameout. Its 2002 debut, Turn on the Bright Lights, broke through with seemingly instantaneous intensity, setting the band up for an…
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The Bootleg Honeys

 The Bootleg Honeys are a homegrown Sonoma County Trio. Singer-Songwriters Alison Harris, Hannah Jern-Miller, and Katie Phillips perform original material and classic Americana covers with delicious three more...

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