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The Forsyte Saga

Mondays and Tuesdays at 9 pm. Based on the novels by John Galsworthy, this 2004 production of The Forsyte Saga chronicles the vicissitudes of the leading members of a large commercial upper class…

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Sonoma Inspired: Art Inspired Naturally by the North Bay

KRCB North Bay Public Media is proud to present a unique series of videos that explore art and artistry in Sonoma County. View artwork inspired by the breathtaking scenery of our region and learn…

North Bay News

POLITIFACT CA: Could Obamacare Repeal Cost California 200K Jobs?

ALSO: An unforeseen deficit now projected for the next California budget is due, in part, to a math error.

Dear Member,
   You have been reading in this guide about the progress on the documentary Rebels With A Cause (formerly Moments in Time). Producers Nancy Kelly and Kenji Yamamoto are partnering with KRCB to tell the incredible story of the saving of the Marin/Sonoma coast with the creation of Point Reyes National Seashore and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Next month we will be able to announce the date of the world premiere of the film.
   But right now we have some incredible news about the folks who are a part of the production. You’ll remember the film Amadeus with the wonderful musical score. Well, Tom Boekelheide, who mixed the score and won an Oscar for it, is writing the score for Rebels. What an incredible talent to have as a part of the team.
   In addition, with a little help from our friends, we are thrilled to welcome Frances McDormond to the team as the narrator of the film. You’ll remember her as the Oscar-winning lead in Fargo. A very talented, wonderful addition. You can see why we are so very excited to be able to share the film with you.
   Wait for October!

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North Bay News

A Time Capsule from the 1960s

Surrounded by thousands of years of native history, the burned out ruins of a 196os commune in northern Marin County have yielded an unexpected glimpse into the details of “hippie” life from that era.

How Recent Storms Could Affect State's Salmon Populations

ALSO: California's flu season is in its early stages and state officials say it's going to be around for awhile.

A Life in Animation

Back in 1965 and 66, there was a Saturday morning kids show watched by up to 2/3s of the televisions in America.

Counties Fear State Cutting $500M+ IHSS Funding

ALSO: The presumptive next California Attorney General is half-way through his confirmation process.

Innovative Programs Add Housing Options in the North Bay

With rents continuing to rise and available housing stock dwindling, finding affordable housing in the Bay Area is increasingly difficult. Two North Bay groups have come up with creative ways to help…

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Songs We Love: Jake Xerxes Fussell, 'Have You Ever Seen Peaches...'

Jake Xerxes Fussell was raised on the traditional music of the Georgia-Alabama border, joining his folklorist father Fred on his trips to document local bluesmen and basket-weavers alike.
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Conor Oberst Announces A New Album — Yes, Another One

That didn't take long. Five months after the release of Ruminations, a raw-boned solo record, Bright Eyes singer Conor Oberst will return with a companion piece titled Salutations.
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Songs We Love: The Spirit Of The Beehive, 'Ricky (Caught Me Tryin')'

The Spirit Of The Beehive's new song, "Ricky (Caught Me Tryin')," opens abruptly, with a seasick melody that tipsily sways up and down in half-step motions and forms a hook as dissonant as it is…

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