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Fish Meat: Choose Your Farm Wisely

Monday, October 20 at 7:30 pm. Did you know that over half of the fish you eat is farmed? But where does it come from? And how is it raised? Fish Meat is a film that seeks to answer the questions…

Music News

Metropolis: 10/18/14

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North Bay Report

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.

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North Bay Report

Oct 18

On the Watch for Water Waste

When it comes to saving water, every drop counts.
Oct 16

Addressing Latinos’ Mental Health Needs

The overall health needs of California’s Latino population are widely underserved.
Oct 16

Regional Parks Partners With Social Advocates for Youth

Sonoma County Regional Parks relies on its volunteer partnerships for support.
Oct 16

NOAA: California Drought To Persist, Even Worsen

• A new report shows young voters were mainly no-shows in California’s June primary.
Oct 16

Fire Services: Many Districts, Tight funding

Fire protection across Sonoma County is provided by 5 city fire departments plus 19 other independent fire districts, including 15 volunteer departments.

Music News

Oct 19

First Listen: Restorations, 'LP3'

For as loud and triumphant a rock 'n' roll band as Restorations is, frontman Jon Loudon sure is beset by insecurities. "I drink too much coffee, I bite my nails, I do a lot of pacing," Loudon…
Oct 19

First Listen: Lily & Madeleine, 'Fumes'

Sisterhood, novelist Marilynne Robinson writes in Housekeeping, "is like sitting at night in a lighted house. Those outside can watch you if they want, but you need not see them." Few performers are…
Oct 19

First Listen: Yusuf, 'Tell 'Em I'm Gone'

The Sunday-school singalong "You Are My Sunshine" is the rare evergreen that seems to withstand all manner of musical abuse. There have been disco versions and polka versions, as well as plenty of…
Oct 19

First Listen: Medicine, 'Home Everywhere'

For a brief moment, Brad Laner's band Medicine seemed to encapsulate the '90s. Signed first to Creation Records and then to Rick Rubin's American Recordings, the shoegaze-y L.A. rock group made a…