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Stories from the Clarke, Part 1

This locally produced three-part documentary about the Clarke Historical Museum focuses on the early culture and history of Eureka, California, from its Native American history to the rough and…

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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

Immigrant Advocates Brace For Trump Administration, Others Call For Patience

Speculation over how the incoming Trump Administration may handle immigration issues has civil rights organizations in California planning for the possibilities.

Dear Member,
As you’ve seen on the previous page, KRCB North Bay Public Media is making an unprecedented commitment to informing you, our members and viewers, about election matters on a local, regional, and national level. This commitment is a hallmark of what you have come to expect from this PBS/NPR service which is deeply connected to our community. We consider these programs to be at the heart of our responsibility to you.

Beginning with the very local, our news department will be interviewing each of the more than three dozen city council candidates across our three North Bay counties. If you miss the interview on KRCB FM, you’ll find the recording as well as a link to each available candidate’s site at krcb.org/election. Key statewide and local propositions are also the subject of discussion and analysis found at this site.

With the good work of the Sonoma County League of Women Voters, you’ll find a series of debates on the most hotly contested state and federal North Bay races. And of course KRCB Television and Radio will carry all of the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates.

An important election year is upon us and KRCB North Bay Public Media is your source and resource for making sense of it all.
Sincerely,

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North Bay News

Educating ‘Fellows’ to Counter Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences, such as abuse and neglect, have life-long effects on both mental and physical health.

Gov. Jerry Brown Appoints Xavier Becerra As New Attorney General

The unexpected pick opens an appealing House seat and complicates several political futures.

Cannabis and Cabernet: Collaborators or Competitors?

The 2016 Wine Industry Expo at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds yesterday included workshops on marketing to Millennials, legislative issues, and harvest methodologies.

Trump Treasury Nominee's Stint At California Bank Draws Scrutiny

ALSO: Thousands of California National Guard soldiers could benefit from a deal reached in Congress this week to forgive the repayment of improper reenlistment bonuses.

Public Bank Seen as A Boost for Regional Cannabis Industry

A municipal public bank wouldn’t pay bonuses and dividends, and could have a more flexible relationship with federal regulators.

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'Jackie' Shows A First Lady Behind Closed Doors — But The Music Is Front And Center

The new film Jackie, opening in theaters across the country this weekend, begins with a blank, black screen, underscored by melting strings. It's our first indication that music will play a central…
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Marching Flute And Fantasy Fiction: The Education Of Lizzo

Minneapolis vocalist Lizzo grew up deep in the Pentecostal church, so it seemed natural to title one of her songs "Worship.
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'O Emmanuel' Composer Mixes In Jazz To Provide 'Respite' Within Traditional Hit

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'Half Of Humanity Has Something To Say': Composer Kaija Saariaho On Her Met Debut

The last time New York's Metropolitan Opera presented a work written by a woman was 113 years ago. It's a drought that lasted longer than the years between the Cubs' World Series victories.
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Bringing A Christmas Classic To Wonderful Life — On Stage

Christmas is coming, and soon TV screens everywhere will light up with that 1946 holiday classic, It's a Wonderful Life. But the same story is coming a little early to the stage of the Houston Grand…

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