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  • Coronavirus: A Weekly Report from NPR News – Friday at 8pm & Sunday at 12am

    Coronavirus: A Weekly Report from NPR News – Friday at 8pm & Sunday at 12am

    Hosted by Lulu Garcia-Navarro, this special report features the best of NPR's reporting on the coronavirus crisis over the past week, with a focus on the latest science, wide-scale impacts, and things you can do to stay safe. Find our complete programming schedule here. Support KRCB FM NorCal Public Media during our Fall Fundraiser! Visit norcalpublicmedia.org/donate and select a level of support that works for you! We have a variety of thank you gifts to choose from. Thanks for your ongoing support of local public media in the North Bay! Read More
  • Celebrating Harvest Time with Stephanie Davis, Kris Drever, and So Much More on Folk Alley – Saturday at Noon

    This week on Folk Alley, it's harvest time! Celebrate fall with music from Stephanie Davis, Kris Drever, The Wainwright Sisters, Neil Young, and Leon Redbone; new music from Otis Gibbs, Bella White, and Brownwyn Keith-Hynes; plus classics from Mississippi John Hurt, The Byrds, and much more. In hour two, it's more new music from Cahalen Morrison, Freddy & Francine, Dirk Powell, Jordan Tice, SArah Jarosz, and Josh Ritter; from our Sessons archives, an exclusive Folk Alley in-studio recording from The Milk Carton Kids; favorites from Laurie Lewis, Eliza Gilkyson, Mavis Staples; and much more! Folk Alley can be heard Saturdays Read More
  • The Story of Undocumented and Transgender Estrella on Latino USA – Saturday at 6pm

    The Story of Undocumented and Transgender Estrella on Latino USA – Saturday at 6pm

    Two years ago, Latino USA brought you the story of Estrella, an undocumented transgender woman who was arrested inside a courthouse, by ICE agents. Now, Estrella has served nearly 4 years of her 9-year sentence. The story of Estrella: punished for breaking the law, for being undocumented, and for being a woman in a men’s prison. Read More
  • Hear Some Christian Scott, Chien Chien Lu, and More on Notes from the Jazz Underground – Saturday at 11pm

    Hear Some Christian Scott, Chien Chien Lu, and More on Notes from the Jazz Underground – Saturday at 11pm

    This week, we're focusing mainly on new music from the last couple of months, with some stellar jams from Christian Scott, Chien Chien Lu, Josh Johnson and more!  Notes from the Jazz Underground with host Paul Abella airs Saturday nights at 11:00 pm on KRCB-FM / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Download the FREE KRCB Mobile App from the App Store & Google Play! (Photo: Christian Scott - Tom Beetz / CC BY 2.0) Read More
  • Erin Brockovich: Superman's Not Coming on Climate One – Sunday at 8am

    Erin Brockovich: Superman's Not Coming on Climate One – Sunday at 8am

    Twenty years ago, Julia Roberts won an Oscar for her portrayal of maverick environmental activist Erin Brockovich in the film of the same name. These days, in addition to her work on water safety and toxins in communities, Brockovich has taken on the climate emergency.  “Climate change is about too much water, not enough water, no water, drought, flooding,” Brockovich says. “I think it's becoming real because it's tangible, it's touchable.  You're running from it, you’re breathing it.  You're swimming in it.  You could be drowning in it.  I just think it's here.” Superman’s not coming to protect our water Read More
  • Debbie Millman: Designing Our Lives on TED Radio Hour – Sunday at 9am

    Debbie Millman: Designing Our Lives on TED Radio Hour – Sunday at 9am

    From prehistoric cave art to today’s social media feeds, to design is to be human. This hour, designer Debbie Millman guides us through a world made and remade—and helps us design our own paths. Hear TED Radio Hour Sunday mornings at 9:00 am on KRCB-FM. / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Download the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes & Google Play! Find our complete programming schedule here.  (Photo: VictoriaBar /iStock) Read More
  • Jason Stanley: How Fascism Works in Alternative Radio – Sunday at 10am

    Jason Stanley: How Fascism Works in Alternative Radio – Sunday at 10am

    What is fascism? Michael Parenti, author and historian says, “Fascism historically has been used to secure the interests of large capitalist interests against the demands of popular democracy. Then and now, fascism has made irrational mass appeals in order to secure the rational ends of class domination.”  Fascism flourishes in times of economic insecurity and cultural backlash. Opportunistic politicians offer up a platter of racism, xenophobia and hyper-nationalism. They stoke fear and resentment using simplistic slogans such as “Drain the Swamp” and “Build the Wall.” In the U.S. today, there is a whiff fascism in the air. Witness the march Read More
  • No More Stolen Sisters: Stopping the Abuse and Murder of Native Women and Girls on Bioneers – Sunday at 4:30pm

    No More Stolen Sisters: Stopping the Abuse and Murder of Native Women and Girls on Bioneers – Sunday at 4:30pm

    Jessica Alva Khadija Rose Britton. Hanna Harris. Anthonette Christine Cayedito. If you haven't heard of these women, it’s no surprise. They’re four of the untold number of Indigenous women and girls who have been murdered, kidnapped, or gone mysteriously missing. A significant number of victims are from communities that are subjected to the harmful presence of fossil fuel and mining companies. The extractive industry is ravaging Native nations where oil and blood have long run together. Add to this a dysfunctional police and legal hierarchy that leaves Indigenous women and their families with little support during the first crucial hours Read More
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Napa "Glass Fire" Information

Glass Fire burning in Calistoga, Calif.AP Photo/Noah Berger Glass Fire Evacuation Center Open Evacuation center open at Crosswalk Community Church, 2590 First Street in NapaIndividuals who are seeking shelter are reminded to bring a face covering, practice good hygiene habits, and adhere to physical distancing. The center will be open only to individuals who are impacted by the fire evacuations and an address verification will be in place. Instructions: Residents are asked to stay alert and…

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