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Grantchester, Season 2

Sunday at 8:00pm. Cleric, Sidney, continues his work to try and help the community, often in unexpected ways by getting involved in the police investigations of Geordie. This season includes apparent…

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Concert Schedule Announced for KRCB Concerts in the Garden at Chroma Gallery

Check out the summer schedule for KRCB Concerts in the Garden at Chroma Gallery. Then join us for our 2nd annual summer music series at Chroma Gallery, 312 South A in the SOFA (South of A) District…

North Bay News

Communities in West Africa Find Healing and Balance Through Yoga

Yoga has become so popular in the U.S. that studios are now as common as Starbucks coffee shops. But in other parts of the world, the practice is still getting its footing.

Several times over the past year you have read in these pages about KRCB's community engagement initiative. As you know we are seeking ways to combine the power of our broadcast resources with the power of the web and our community outreach activities in order to encourage, stimulate, and support community conversations.

Community conversations can and should be about a wide range of topics. As we have held mini-conversations with a variety of residents over the past 9 months we have asked folks to let us know what's on their mind. Several issues are frequently mentioned - transportation (not necessarily focused on 101, but on public transportation), health care, and water.

Two other, what I would call conditions, are mentioned which might be considered larger systemic concerns in our communities. One is that of isolation, many types of isolation. Folks mentioned isolation along geographic, ethnic, racial, and income lines. We don't seem to be doing a good job of speaking across some of these divides to address the issues mentioned above. In addition, a significant growing divide between rich and poor was noted, another type of isolation with likely far reaching consequences.

As we re-shape KRCB's service in the new media and communications world, the need for these community conversations will be at the heart of that service.

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North Bay News

May 25

Protesters Question SoCal Fracking Resumption

A proposal to reinstate fracking for oil and natural gas in federal waters off the Southern California coast drew protesters to Camarillo earlier this week.
May 25

Cap And Trade Credits Fall Well Below Target

ALSO: Public Policy Institute of California has a new poll on the Democratic primary between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
May 25

Measure AA Seeks Parcel Tax for Wetlands Projects

One thing that all nine Bay Area Counties have in common is a portion of the shoreline around the Bay.
May 24

AAA: More Californians Traveling Memorial Day Weekend

ALSO: California Attorney General Kamala Harris has won the endorsement of Governor Jerry Brown in the campaign for the state’s open U.S.
May 24

GMO Debate Lands on Sonoma County Ballot--Again

More than a decade after the divisive and expensive political battle over Measure M—which would have enacted a 10-year moratorium on growing bioengineered crops in Sonoma County—the issue will be…

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May 25

Hip-Hop Group Adds Rhymes To The 'Morning Edition' Theme Song

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May 25

In 'Porcelain,' Moby Searches For Validation And Finds Unlikely Success

In the late 1980s, Moby was drawn to what he calls "the dirty mecca" of New York City. As a DJ and electronic musician, he was a staple of the rave scene: massive crowds dancing until dawn, probably…
May 24

Low Cut Connie on Beale Street Caravan

This week on Beale Street Caravan, the rock n roll circus known as Low Cut Connie comes to town bringing a Memphis-inspired house party with them.
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May 22

Candice Hoyes Sings Blackness, Womanhood And History On Her New Jazz Album

When Candice Hoyes sings, she's channeling a legacy of black women like Eartha Kitt, Nancy Wilson, and Lena Horne, all of whom helped shape the modern musician-cum-activist role.
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May 22

Candice Hoyes Sings Blackness, Womanhood And History On Her Debut Jazz Album

When Candice Hoyes sings, she's channeling a legacy of black women like Eartha Kitt, Nancy Wilson and Lena Horne, all of whom helped shape the modern musician-cum-activist role.

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