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Russian River: All Rivers, Parts I & II

Monday & Tuesday, May 2 & 3 at 9 pm. The first episode examines the health of the Russian River watershed from the time of its first peoples, the Pomo and Miwok, to Russian settlement at Fort Ross.…

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Health Connections

What does it look like when a community is healthy? There’s more to it than eating fruits and vegetables and exercising. Community health is measured in high school graduation rates, economic…

North Bay News

Theater Company Commissions Jack London-Inspired Theme

The Valley of the Moon will observe a Jack London centennial this summer, in many ways—even a new musical anthem.
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Apr 29

‘Ecological Handprints’ Captures Grass-roots Global Innovation

Is it possible to fight poverty and climate change at the same time? The answer is emphatically yes, and Rocky Rohwedder has examples to prove it.
Apr 27

Water Agencies Prepare Zero Trash Initiative

Sonoma, Marin and Napa counties will soon be joining the rest of state in its effort to get to zero trash in California’s waterways. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi has more.
Apr 27

Green Mary's Lending Library

For minimizing garbage, nothing beats reusing things. That’s why Green Mary has assembled an unconventional lending library of plates, glasses and other event essentials.
Apr 24

Pacific Association Baseball Tryouts

Over 100 baseball players from across the United States travelled to Vallejo this past weekend for the Pacific Association Baseball tryouts. It's the only independent professional baseball league on…
Apr 23

Rev. Billy Ramps Up His Environmental Evangelism

The Rev. Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir have intensified their act from anti-consumerism street theater to impassioned activism in defense of the earth.

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May 01

A Personal History Of L.A. Punk: 'It Was A Free-For-All For Outcasts'

As a co-founder of the band X, John Doe helped define the punk scene that emerged in Los Angeles in the late 1970s. Doe tells Fresh Air's Terry Gross that punk was about breaking rules and…
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May 01

'We Don't Have Anything To Lose': A Lexicon Of Anohni's 'Hopelessness'

When writers try to describe the music of the metamorphic torch singer Anohni, they reach for words like "liminal" and "ethereal," recognizing that its effect is enchanting, opening up new worlds of…
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May 01

A Symphonic 'Revolution' From Alarm Will Sound

Late in 1968, it was astounding to me how one of the best-loved bands could create one of the least-liked songs. It was "Revolution 9," near the end of The Beatles' sprawling White Album.
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May 01

On 'Changes,' Charles Bradley Keeps Going Forward

Charles Bradley cultivated his booming voice for years as a James Brown impersonator. It wasn't until he was 62 years old that he found mainstream success, singing his own music.
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Apr 30

Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Still Has Us Talking

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