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  • Bettye LaVette, Vilray, and More on eTown – Wednesday at 10pm

    Bettye LaVette, Vilray, and More on eTown – Wednesday at 10pm

    We’ve got a soulful hour of music and conversation this week featuring the legendary soul singer Bettye LaVette. Bettye’s gift is being able to take a song, whether well known or obscure, from any genre and make it completely her own. She began performing and recording during the birth of soul music in the 60s and is still touring today. Also with us is NYC-based composer and musician Vilray, who offers jazz and country-style swing music as it was performed in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. All of this, plus a conversation with Rose Tourje, founder of a nonprofit organization Read More
  • Black Cream on Beale Street Caravan – Wednesday at 11pm

    Black Cream on Beale Street Caravan – Wednesday at 11pm

    This week on Beale Street Caravan we’ve got one of the newest, most exciting groups on the Memphis scene, Black Cream. The band joined together two years ago. The four members Derek, T.O., Courtney, and Chris are Memphis natives with years of experience backing others and playing solo. Black Cream combines melodious vocals over power-trio instrumentation for a sound that is as edgy as it is soulful. They released their first single, “All I Need Is You,” earlier this year. Check out Black Cream on this week’s show. Beale Street Caravan can be heard Wednesday nights at 11 pm on Read More
  • Why Are Mississippi Employers Hiring So Many Undocumented Workers? Morning Edition Begins Thursday at 6am

    Why Are Mississippi Employers Hiring So Many Undocumented Workers? Morning Edition Begins Thursday at 6am

    In Mississippi, is the system for hiring documented workers effective? Last month's immigration raids reveal some flaws. Also, on her new solo album, the Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard looks back at her origins - and ahead to the future. Hear news, plus stories from around the country on the next Morning Edition from NPR News. Morning Edition from NPR News airs weekday mornings from 6:00 am - 9:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Download the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes & Google Play! (Photo: Two people are taken into custody by ICE agents at a Koch Foods Inc. plant in Morton, Read More
  • Keren Ann Takes Us on a Walk Around Montmartre on World Cafe – Thursday at 2pm

    Keren Ann Takes Us on a Walk Around Montmartre on World Cafe – Thursday at 2pm

    It’s World Cafe's final day in Paris and today we’re joined by Keren Ann. She takes us on a walk around her neighborhood, Montmartre – which was once home to artists like Picasso and Van Gogh. She talks about why she chose to settle in Paris since she was born in Israel, spent time growing up in the Netherlands and has lived in New York City. Her latest album is called Bleue, sung entirely in French. Host Talia Schlanger joins Keren and her band in the studio for a live performance. It’s a very Parisian adventure, on the next World Cafe. Read More
  • Dave Davies Talks with Edward Snowden on the Next Fresh Air – Thursday at 4pm

    Dave Davies Talks with Edward Snowden on the Next Fresh Air – Thursday at 4pm

    On the next Fresh Air, Dave Davies talks with Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked documents to journalists revealing the U.S. government’s domestic surveillance program.  He’ll talk about why he did it, why he now lives in Russia, and what his life is like there.  He has a new memoir. Join us. Fresh Air can be heard weekdays at 4:00 pm on KRCB-FM (and again at 12:00 am Tuesday through Friday)! / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Listen on the FREE KRCB Mobile App which you can download from the App Store & Google Play. (Photo: Edward Snowden - The Guardian/Getty Read More
  • In Some States, Women Could Face Legal Jeopardy for Safely Inducing Their Own Abortion – ATC Begins Thursday at 5pm

    In Some States, Women Could Face Legal Jeopardy for Safely Inducing Their Own Abortion – ATC Begins Thursday at 5pm

    Advocates say because of modern technology, it's safer than ever for a woman to induce her own abortion using pills. In some states that comes with legal risk. That story on the next All Things Considered from NPR News. All Things Considered from NPR News, airs weekday afternoons from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ norcalpublicmedia.org / Listen on the go - download the FREE KRCB mobile app from the App Store & Google Play! Read More
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Educators Work To Prevent Chronic Absenteeism After Fires

Driving to Paradise, you will pass a memorial for the 86 people who died in the Camp Fire. The crosses sit on a small knoll off Skyway, the four-lane road between Paradise and Chico. Almost everyone in town used this road to evacuate last November. The students in Paradise Unified School District, who moved to Chico after the fire, use this road every day to get to school. Deena Kapsalis, Director of Student Services at the district, was surprised by how many students chose to return. Director…

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