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Above and Beyond

Monday, May 25 at 9pm. Above and Beyond highlights one of the most compelling escape and survival stories from World War II—that of former Rhode Island Governor Bruce Sundlun (1920-2011). Sundlun, a…


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 stability, physical activity, access to health care, and the prevention of injuries, among others. KRCB focuses on these different aspects of individual and community health through HEALTH CONNECTIONS.

North Bay News

California Republicans Change Tone On Immigration

Immigration debates in the California Legislature aren’t what they used to be.

Dear Member,
   We told you last month about KRCB’s focus this year on health, on becoming healthier as a community and as individuals. And about how KRCB staff is putting our money where our mouth is and doing some walking together, some yoga together, and trying to laugh together at the occasional staff brown bag lunch.
   This month you’ll begin to see programming online and on television and radio that highlights health issues. For example, beginning on March 12, KRCB Television will be bringing back Healing Quest, the only national series focused on integrative health. More of our KRCB-FM North Bay Report programs will focus on local developments in the health and health care systems. Our News Director, Bruce Robinson has been invited to be a part of The Association of Health Care Journalist national conference, a very nice compliment indeed.
   And, we’ll be reaching out to local partners to work on exercise, especially focusing on kids, the obesity epidemic, and diabetes. Hand in hand will be a focus on healthy eating, our local farm community, and sustainable farming practices, jumping off from our decades-long commitment to great local foods on Michele Jordan’s Mouthful.
   Join us in exploring health care, health policy, and creating a healthier North Bay community.
   Here’s to your health!


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North Bay News

May 21

Calculating Residential Water Changes

An easy-to-use computer modeling tool allows homeowners and others to calculate water use and installation costs for building, landscaping or remodeling projects.
May 20

CMA Drops Opposition To Physician Aid In Dying

ALSO: Water Board considers voluntary water cut from farmers.
May 20

Vineyard Water Conservation

By using drip irrigation systems sparingly, vineyards can improve their crop while also saving water, a group of local growers were told yesterday.
May 19

Privatization May Threaten California Parklands

Yet another brewing legislative battle in Washington could change Californians' access to some popular public lands.
May 19

Brown Signs International Climate Agreement

ALSO: What effect has realignment had on crime in California? 2:14 Wednesday, May 20, 2015 Today's reporting by Katie Orr and Ben Adler.


Music News

May 24

First Listen: Algiers, 'Algiers'

May 24

First Listen: Dawes, 'All Your Favorite Bands'

May 23

A Mother-Son Folk Duo Went 'From The Kitchen To David Letterman'

Madisen Ward and his mother, Ruth Ward, haven't been playing together all that long. "People usually assume that I was three years old, playing on the porch with my mom, with a ukulele or something,"…
May 23

An Invasion Of Intimacy, And The Song That Followed

Holly Herndon mashes up experimental sounds, electronic dance music and pop into a singular sound that intentionally defies genre. The artist and Stanford University student visited with Weekend…

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