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Celebrating July 4th

Multiple programs throughout the beginning of July. Great Performances—Star-Spangled Spectacular: Bicentennial of Our National Anthem, Wednesday, July 1 at 8 pm. The valiant defense of Fort McHenry…


KRCB Concerts in the Garden at Chroma Gallery

Check out the full summer schedule for KRCB Concerts in the Garden at Chroma Gallery, which happen on the third Saturday of the month from 4-6 pm at Chroma Gallery, 312 South A in the SOFA (South of…

North Bay News

Documenting Restorative Justice in Santa Rosa

Restorative Justice isn’t a new concept.

Dear Member,
robinWe are delighted to report that Robin Pressman, our KRCB FM Program Director, is a recipient of a  2011 Boho Award from the North Bay Bohemian. In announcing the award, the paper noted that Robin has “gone to extraordinary lengths to support and promote independent artists in the North Bay.”

While Robin is the first to say, “I really see this as an award for KRCB and every one who works here, including all of the many volunteers,” we all know that even great teams need a sparkplug, an inspiration, and Robin has been providing that for 16 incredibly productive years. Again, from the Boho: “Your encouragement and counsel have proven invaluable to many...” as Robin has featured and promoted hundreds of local artists in all mediums. “We are definitely giving voice to people who don’t necessarily get a voice in today’s media.”

Which, of course, is the mission of KRCB. And it is appropriate to recognize the individuals who make it happen.
Congratulations, Robin!


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North Bay News

Jun 30

All California Workers Eligible For Sick Pay Today

ALSO: A California bill could hit water wasters with an excise tax up to 300-percent more than the purchase price of water.
Jun 30

The Next Generation of Food

A website offering positive reinforcement for close-to-home food choices is out to bolster the economic viability of local agriculture.
Jun 29

Assembly Republicans Introduce Transportation Plan

ALSO: A bill mandating vaccines for most California school children is headed to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk.
Jun 29

Strong First Year for Sonoma Clean Power

Sonoma Clean Power has exceeded even the agency’s expectations in its first year; now they’re out to build on that success.
Jun 28

New Rules For Smoke Alarms To Take Effect

ALSO: Advocates say California LGBT couples can now move around the country without worrying about losing their marital rights.


Music News

Jun 30

On World Cafe, A Look At The Grateful Dead's Legacy

The Grateful Dead's Fare Thee Well Tour concerts in California have wrapped up, and this weekend, the band moves on to Chicago for its final three shows. From its beginnings in San Francisco, and…
Jun 30

First Watch: Modest Mouse Channels Westeros

Modest Mouse often imbues its music with a startle factor. Singer Isaac Brock spits out lyrics like they're burning his tongue, and the band's instrumentation is skillfully frenetic.
Jun 30

Song Premiere: Mimicking Birds, 'Dead Weight'

For years, Nate Lacy's Mimicking Birds project has been linked to his friends and colleagues in Modest Mouse. That band's singer, Isaac Brock, released both of Mimicking Birds' terrific studio albums…
Jun 29

Jimmy Greene Remembers A 'Beautiful Life'

Saxophonist Jimmy Greene's newest album, Beautiful Life, is dedicated to the memory of his 6-year-old daughter. Ana Márquez-Greene was killed in the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School…

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