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League of Women Voters Special: 2016 Pros and Cons of the Ballot InitiativesSunday, October 30 at 8 am Feeling overwhelmed by the long list of state ballot initiatives? All 17 of them! Then don’t…


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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

Will Durst Finds Serious Humor in Politics

Political issues and positions are of secondary interest to comedian Will Durst.

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

New PPIC Poll on CA Senate Race, Ballot Measures

ALSO: California Republicans are campaigning hard to block Democrats from reclaiming supermajorities in the state Legislature after Democrats lost seats in the 2014 midterms.

Making the Case for Earthquake Insurance

Notwithstanding the earthquake that struck downtown Napa a little more than 2 years ago, our state as a whole has been enjoying an overall lull in significant seismic activity.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases on the Rise in California

ALSO: If voters decide to legalize recreational marijuana on Election Day, the California Department of Food and Agriculture will take lead role in licensing and regulating growers of California's…

EVs Circle the Globe in 80 Days

For his summer vacation his year, Alan Soule took a trip around the world—literally—behind the wheel of his electric car.

Agencies Warn Of Flooding Potential In California

ALSO: California voters who oppose the plastic bag industry may accidentally cast ballots against their views.


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All Songs +1: A Conversation With Anderson .Paak And Knxwledge

On this week's +1 podcast, NPR Music contributor Timmhotep Aku talks with singer and rapper Anderson .Paak and producer Knxwledge about their new collaboration under the name NxWorries. The music the…
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Bon Iver Shares New Details About '22, A Million' In Extensive Interview

As Bon Iver's Justin Vernon prepped the release for his latest mind-bender, 22, A Million, he knew he didn't want to talk too much about the album or grant a lot of interviews.
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240 Hours, 22 Pounds: A Mammoth Mozart Box Set Aims At More Than 'Complete'

What are you doing for the next 10 days? That's how long it would take, without sleep, to listen to the new Mozart edition. The mammoth set, which some are touting as the biggest box set ever, claims…
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First Listen: Kristin Hersh, 'Wyatt At The Coyote Palace'

In the book that serves as a companion piece and reciprocal guide to her mazy, incandescent new collection of songs, the singer-songwriter, author and punk mystic Kristin Hersh shares the harrowing…
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First Listen: Jim James, 'Eternally Even'

"You can't build love out of guns and blood and sorrow," sings Jim James in "Same Old Lie." It's one of the standout tracks on the My Morning Jacket frontman's latest solo album, Eternally Even — an…


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