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Penny: Champion of the Marginalized

Monday, June 27 at 9 pm. A bio pic of LGBT activist and super-star attorney Penny Cooper, who now in her 8th decade remains a life explorer and staunch supporter of gender equality, criminal trial…

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First 5 Sonoma County

KRCB and First 5 Sonoma County are partnering to bring awareness to the urgent need for universal access to high quality early childhood education. Together, we have created three learning videos…

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Monitoring California’s Black Oystercatchers

Black Oystercatchers are distinctive, but not numerous. So these hardy shorebirds are being monitored by naturalists and citizen scientists to see how they are affected by sea level rise and other…

 

Welcome to the updated and always improving KRCB web site. A number of us here at the station will be posting regular blogs to give you both a sense of the inside of your public broadcasting service and to solicit your thoughts and input. After all, as pub'casters (as they call us in the industry rags) we work for you, managing and stewarding this public resource in service of the North Bay community.

So, please do be in touch; let us know how we're doing. As you might guess, we hear from folks when we do something wrong, and that's cool, but do also let us know when you like what we're doing or have an idea for something new and different!

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North Bay News

Jun 23

Summer Means Camping Season in Sonoma County

If you haven't yet made summer plans to be at any of the campgrounds county-wide, don't worry.
Jun 23

Newsom Gun Control Initiative Qualifies For November Ballot

ALSO: California voters could have yet another decision to make on an already-packed November ballot; a $3 billion bond for parks.
Jun 23

There’s More Than Meets the Eye to Dragonflies

Dragonflies aren’t just old—they date back to the age of the dinosaurs—they’re strange.
Jun 22

Forest Service: 66 Million Dead Trees In Sierra Nevada

ALSO: A push in the California Legislature to expand job-protected maternity and paternity leave has stalled in an Assembly committee after three Democrats withheld their votes.
Jun 21

Marin’s Homeless Services Center Working with City of San Rafael for a Brighter Future

The Ritter Center in downtown San Rafael is Marin County's major provider of homeless services. But after years of public nuisance complaints from residents and business owners, the center has been…

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Music News

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Jun 24

Kip Winger Explores His Classical Side

The band Winger is perhaps best remembered for its late 1980s rock anthems, like "Seventeen." Its musicians could play. They wrote catchy songs, and of course, they had the hair. MTV viewers ate it…
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Jun 24

How A New Texting Service Connects Music Artist With His Fans

Imagine being able to text your favorite music artists at their personal phone number. You might be able to tell them how much you loved their latest single. You might be able to tell them about…
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Jun 23

Bernie Worrell, 'Wizard Of Woo,' Dies At 72

Keyboardist and composer Bernie Worrell, who helped shape the sound of the band Parliament-Funkadelic and influenced countless artists across a wide range of genres, died Friday at 72.
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Jun 23

Zappa On Zappa: 'Eat That Question' Tells A Contrarian's Story In His Own Words

Musician and composer Frank Zappa was a lot of things: biting satirist, ferocious critic of societal norms, outspoken defender of free speech. He saw himself as not only an entertainer, but also a…
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Jun 23

Remembering Bluegrass And Banjo Legend Ralph Stanley

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