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A Violin Concerto Back From Beyond The Grave

Classical music meets Halloween and the paranormal Thursday night when the National Symphony Orchestra plays the Schumann Violin Concerto, a work buried for nearly a century and recovered — or so the story goes — by a message from the beyond.

North Bay Report

Local Push for Medical Waste Disposal

Just about everyone agrees that pharmaceutical manufacturers should pay for the collection and disposal of unused medicines—except for the pharmaceutical manufacturers.
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Oct 28

Swearengin, Yee Both Tout Experience In Controller's Race

Republicans don’t often win statewide races in California these days.
Oct 28

Unusual Perspectives on Mount Tamalpias

Mount Tamalpias may be the most visible feature of the North Bay landscape, but we mostly see it from a distance.
Oct 27

Nine Days Before The Election, Brown Finally Joins Kashkari On The Trail

• Science And Policy Make Connections On Bay Delta Tuesday, October 28, 2014 Today's reporting by Ben Adler and Ed Joyce.
Oct 27

At the UN Tribunal on Rwanda

Securing justice in international criminal trials is an inexact but fascinating process, says a local attorney recently returned from the UN’s Criminal Tribunal on the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.

Music News

Oct 28

Just Who Is This Opera Star Singing At The World Series Tonight?

Maybe this trajectory mirrors the Kansas City Royals' unlikely road to the pennant: An opera star beats out much more mainstream artists to sing the national anthem at the decisive World Series Game…
Oct 28

The New Basement Tapes, 'When I Get My Hands On You'

Since 1967, a series of recordings known as The Basement Tapes has loomed large in music history. Bob Dylan and The Band casually recorded more than 100 songs — many of them captured in archival…
Oct 28

Greylag, 'Yours To Shake'

It's easy to define the world in absolutes, but it rarely leads to truth. Reality is usually more complicated, mostly colored in shades of gray, and often unknowable.
Oct 28

Dan Wilson On Mountain Stage

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