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KRCB-FM: Mouthful
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Mouthful, Smart Talk About Food, Wine, & Farming, Sunday evenings, from 6:00pm to 7:00pm. Hosted by Michele Anna Jordan. We like to think of Mouthful as a conversation around a dinner table, so pour yourself a glass of something odd and join us every Sunday evening, or listen on the go with our mobile app available at krcb.org, or at your leisure via iTunes. Our discussions with farmers, winemakers, cookbook authors, writers, photographers, filmmakers, nutritionists, chefs, restaurateurs, en ...
 
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KRCB-FM: Sonoma Spotlight
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A daily five-minute interview about events, issues, activities and people in and around Sonoma County. Hosted by Roland Jacopetti at 7:53AM Monday through Friday on KRCB-FM 91.1/90.9.
 
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KRCB-FM: Word By Word
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"I like the vitality of in-studio, roundtable interviews," Gil says, "when you have several authors sitting at the same table and focusing on the same theme, you get real conversations. It’s fun, exciting, and often unpredictable." On the new Word by Word programs, Gil will be inviting a different guest each month to share their unique perspective on a "Great California Writer." Gil Mansergh should be familiar to many KRCB listeners. His movie review columns appear in four Sonoma County news ...
 
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KRCB-FM: Curtain Call
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Charles Sepos interviews performing, visual, and literary artists. Recent guests include Jeffrey Kahane, David Grisman, Kronos Quartet, Anonymous 4, Michael Brecker, Flora Purim, Malcolm Bilson, John Corigliano, François Girard, Marga Gomez, and Elizabeth Blumenstock.
 
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KRCB-FM: WordTemple
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WordTemple on KRCB features Northern California poet Katherine Hastings in discussion with poets and writers. The program showcases authors by presenting interviews and readings of their work, and exposes the KRCB community of listeners to a wide variety of voices and styles. Reconstructions highlighting the work of poets and writers posthumously will also be featured. From the Beats of San Francisco to Russia's Ratushinskaya, WordTemple will feature some of the most interesting work and sto ...
 
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KRCB-FM: Percussion Discussion
 
Percussion Discussion focuses on percussionists, drummers and percussion instruments used in all genres of music from big band and smooth jazz and Latin to rock, country and World tunes. Host Jim Laveroni is a drummer and percussionist for over 40 years, and plays with two bands.
 
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KRCB-FM: Mouthful
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Mouthful, Smart Talk About Food, Wine, & Farming, Sunday evenings, from 6:00pm to 7:00pm. Hosted by Michele Anna Jordan. We like to think of Mouthful as a conversation around a dinner table, so pour yourself a glass of something odd and join us every Sunday evening, or listen on the go with our mobile app available at krcb.org, or at your leisure via iTunes. Our discussions with farmers, winemakers, cookbook authors, writers, photographers, filmmakers, nutritionists, chefs, restaurateurs, en ...
 
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KRCB-FM: Second Row Center
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House lights down. Cue the music. The curtain rises weekly on KRCB’s early-morning news segment Second Row Center. There’s a lot of theatre in the Bay Area. With so many options and limited time and resources, how does one go about deciding just what to see? That’s where a critic can be of assistance. Theatre critic Harry Duke has been knocking around Bay Area stages for twenty years since his days in the Sonoma State University Theatre Arts program. He’s turned what used to be post-show con ...
 
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KRCB-FM: North Bay Report
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The North Bay Report is a daily in-depth look at an issue, event, person or activity in our region, prepared by KRCB News Director Bruce Robinson, a veteran journalist who has been covering Sonoma County since 1985. These reports provide another view of news and events in our area, a way to look beyond the headlines and hear directly from the people who are shaping the present and future of Sonoma County and northern California. Topics recently covered on The North Bay Report include the reg ...
 
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KRCB-FM: A Novel Idea
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Non-fiction to pulp fiction, host Rosemary Manchester and producer Suzanne M. Lang explore the world of books featuring conversations with writers, academics, and readers. It’s a novel idea.
 
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Bright colors and new works of art are featured in Museum of Sonoma County’s Dia de los Muertos exhibit. The traditional mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos - or Day of the Dead, is still a few weeks away. But the Museum of Sonoma County is getting a head start on the festivities with a new exhibition that opened this week. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi ...…
 
The financial and legal aspects of growing cannabis are on the agenda at a seminar tomorrow (10/6). You can’t yet major in Cannabis Studies at Sonoma State. But SSU is getting serious about sharing information on the burgeoning industry. Tomorrow, the school hosts a seminar focused on Cannabis Finance, Investment and Investment Law. News Direct ...…
 
Santa’s Rosa’s new Housing First homeless plan is cleaning up and clearing out encampments across the city. First the city of Santa Rosa vacated and cleaned out the tent city at Farmers Lane and Bennett Valley Road - also known as Homeless Hill. Now the city is targeting the sixth street encampment under the 101 highway. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi re ...…
 
Marin County is looking to become a carbon-free community and help reverse climate change. For environmentalists, the term "drawdown" refers to the point when greenhouse gases start to decline yearly. To reach that goal, Marin County is launching Drawdown: Marin. It’s a campaign that looks to drastically reduce greenhouse gases - like carbon di ...…
 
Top intellectual property and entertainment lawyer Peter Afrasiabi joins Suzanne Lang in conversation on his recent book Burning Bridges, America’s 20-year Crusade to Deport Labor Leader Harry Bridges. Bridges was an immigrant, a longshoreman, and a labor leader which was not a good combination in the 1930s. The imbalance of executive power in ...…
 
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30 Years of Ending Hunger and Feeding Hope Redwood Empire Food Bank Saturday, October 7th, 2017 @ 11:00 am Join the Redwood Empire Food Bank for a community Open House and Block Party as we celebrate 30 years of ending hunger and feeding hope in Sonoma County. Learn about our innovative hunger-relief programs, engage with our community partners ...…
 
The most important Jewish holiday of the year starts at sundown tonight. The Jewish Holiday Yom Kippur begins tonight at sundown. Reb Irwin Keller of Cotati’s Congregation Ner Shalom returns to the studio to tell news director Steve Mencher all about the “Day of Atonement.” Find links to more information about Yom Kippur on the North Bay Report ...…
 
It’s the middle of Banned Books Week, sponsored by a coalition of groups like librarians who fight censorship. Since 1982, a coalition of groups takes a week each year – this week – to call attention to books that are removed from shelves in school and public libraries in the United States because someone decides they are inappropriate. Suzanne ...…
 
Today we return to last week’s DACA town hall at Santa Rosa Junior College, to learn about county lawyers providing help and resources to young immigrants. Yesterday we heard from Congressman Mike Thompson, who co-hosted a town hall on immigration at Santa Rosa Junior College last week. Today we hear from others at the forum, called to support ...…
 
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KRCB-FM: Sonoma Spotlight
 
Rebbe Soul Schroeder Hall, Sonoma State University Thursday, September 28, 6:30 pm L’Chaim! Jewish Music Series TO LIFE! Come and celebrate a seven-part concert series from all walks of life Part of MUS 343: Survey of Jewish Musics offered by the Department of Music at Sonoma State Univeristy This week, Bruce Burger leads Rebbe Soul. They perfo ...…
 
A town hall on DACA last week provided support for those at risk of losing their foothold in the U-S. On September 20, Santa Rosa Junior College hosted a Town Hall on DACA, with elected officials and representatives from groups who aid young immigrant “Dreamers.” Those registered to work or study under DACA are living with uncertainty since Pre ...…
 
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Party For Art Artstart Studio Friday, September 29th, 2017 @ 6:00 pm Party For Art is Artstart's annual fundraiser that raises money to support the Summer Apprenticeship Program as well as projects throughout the year where youth artists are employed to work on arts projects in the Sonoma County community. Artstart invites you to an evening of ...…
 
The Right Story at the Right Time, by Marianna deCroes Occidental Center for the Arts Sunday, September 24th, 2017 @ 2:00 pm Occidental Center for the Arts is thrilled to host a Book Launch for Sebastopol author, Marianna deCroes’ book, The Right Story at the Right Time. Her stories mirror the inner dilemmas, fears, and doubts common to the pro ...…
 
The Vietnam War – from Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, continues on many PBS stations Sunday night. We’re reaching out to Vietnam vets in our area to tell us about their service. Ken Holybee remembers feeling confused when he returned home from serving in the army as a truck driver. Ken Holybee will take part in a panel discussion on Vietnam Novembe ...…
 
Coming up, we’ll hear from the director of innovation at the Sonoma County Office of Education. He talks about money available for “out of the box” solutions that improve learning. Grants of up to $2,500 (twenty-five-hundred dollars) will soon be available to fund innovative approaches to learning for Sonoma County students. Reporter Steve Menc ...…
 
Exploring the Historic Headwaters of the Laguna de Santa Rosa Walk with Jenny Blaker, Michael Knappman, Patrick Lei, and Kate Symonds Sunday, October 1, 2017 @ 10:00 am Explore the upper reach of the Laguna de Santa Rosa from downtown Cotati to the historic “headwaters” on a gentle, level, (but not wheelchair accessible) 3-mile loop walk. A num ...…
 
Back in my college days when, after the ingestion of a substantial quantity of adult beverages, the conversation topic amongst my friends inevitably steered to the meaning of life, my standard contribution was that life had no meaning, it was simply the sum of the choices we make. I then proceeded to a) throw up, b) pass out, or c) grab another ...…
 
For observant Jews, tonight begins a 9-day period of thoughtfulness, followed by a day of fasting. Beginning at sunset this evening, the Jewish Holiday Rosh Hashanah ushers in the High Holidays and the Jewish New Year. Many local congregations have a full slate of activities planned between this evening and the end of Yom Kippur next weekend. S ...…
 
As Ken Burns and Lynn Novick continue their documentary series about The Vietnam War, we conclude our conversation with one local veteran. Last week, we met Vietnam veteran Martin Lesinski. We heard his poetry and learned about his acute sense of responsibility for men under his command. Today he tells reporter Steve Mencher about his own injur ...…
 
Accomplice Raven Players Healdsburg September 22nd – October 8th, 2017 This theatrical roller coaster will trigger screams of laughter. The story begins in Dartmoor, England at the weekend retreat of Derek and Janet Taylor, where both adultery and murder are in the air. But we will soon learn that all is never as it seems in this electrifying – ...…
 
WordTemple host Katherine Hastings airs a reading by Gregory W. Randall recorded at the WordTemple Poetry Series in June of 2017. Randall was celebrating the release of his first full-length collection of poetry, A Cartography of Selves. Susan Terris says “A Cartography of Selves is a series of complex, luminous poems. Some are in the voice of ...…
 
With the PBS presentation of The Vietnam War beginning this weekend, we continue our conversation with a local veteran. Yesterday we met Vietnam veteran Martin Lesinski and heard his poem about coming to terms with his wartime experiences. We continue with that interview today. As a sergeant, Lesinski felt keenly responsible for the safety of h ...…
 
A local Vietnam veteran has been working through the experiences of wartime since the 1970s. Poetry has been part of the process. Vietnam is once again pushing its way into the national conversation – courtesy of an 18-hour film by documentarians Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. It starts on many PBS stations Sunday night; KRCB will air the series at ...…
 
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KRCB-FM: Second Row Center
 
Two shows hit North Bay stages whose titles audiences may recognize from their somewhat better-known film adaptations. First up is Santa Rosa’s Left Edge Theatre’s presentation of Sideways, author Rex Pickett’s re-working of his 2004 novel which was adapted by filmmaker Alexander Payne into the multi award-winning film. Adapting Pickett’s tale ...…
 
Earle Fest 2017 SOMO Village Event Center Saturday September 23rd, 2017 @ 3:00 pm The Earle Baum Center of the Blind & SOMO Concerts invite you to the 10th year of the tremendously successful Earle Fest benefit. This pop-up festival brings two stages of national and local acts along with sight loss education, food trucks, artists and local vend ...…
 
When the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts brought ukulele lessons to a Santa Rosa school, the reaction was unanimous. With the school year beginning, programs that focus on non-traditional approaches to education are also getting underway. One such innovation brings free weekly music lessons to a local elementary school. As Steve Mencher repo ...…
 
Celebrating the harvest and delicious varieties of homegrown food, the National Heirloom Exposition came to Santa Rosa last week with speakers, booths, music and optimism . The National Heirloom Exposition returned to Santa Rosa last week. You may have seen photos of the enormous piles of squashes that have become the event’s calling card – but ...…
 
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We’ll meet the founder of an organization that’s making connections between our food, our water, and climate change. Many national organizations consider the politics of food or water, or advocate for necessary changes to our use of fossil fuels--but few take a holistic look at all three… The founder and executive director of Food and Water Wat ...…
 
We talk with the mom of a dreamer, and an immigration lawyer about the end of DACA. In Santa Rosa Tuesday evening, about 60 people gathered in solidarity with dreamers – those young people brought to this country as children, who were granted rights to work and study here under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. As Steve Menche ...…
 
Titular roles don’t come more challenging than those of Miguel de Cervantes, the Man of La Mancha and John Merrick, better known as The Elephant Man, so why not increase the challenge by casting the roles with performers whose fortés are outside of standard theatre? Cinnabar Theater Director Elly Lichenstein has Daniel Cilli, primarily an opera ...…
 
A new report by the Press Democrat found that a growing number of mentally-ill patients are not receiving the care they need...and instead ending up in hospital emergency rooms and jail. Find out why on the next North Bay Report, airing at 6:18 and 8:18 am and 5:30 pm. Or find it online at krcb.org According to the National Institute of Mental ...…
 
The “at large” system for City Council voting has left Santa Rosa’s Latino community chronically under-represented. The Santa Rosa City Council moved ahead this week with a dramatic change – members voted unanimously to begin a transition to election by district, rather than at large. Reporter Steve Mencher talked with Mayor Chris Coursey and c ...…
 
A Marin County couple scavenges for discarded wood to create unique pieces of art. When a tree falls it’s often chopped up and hauled away. Some might use it as firewood or it could end up in a wood chipper. But for one woodworking couple in Marin County, a fallen tree offers artistic inspiration. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports. Several pieces of ...…
 
A citizen of Santa Rosa who criticizes anything Charles Schulz / “Peanuts”- related runs the risk of being run out of town on the next Smart Train. This theatre critic took on that risk and attended the opening night performance of the 6th Street Playhouse production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. I’m happy to report that I won’t be takin ...…
 
Part teach-in, part rally, politicians and ocean activists met yesterday to challenge President Trump’s executive order, which could shrink local marine sanctuaries. Yesterday in Sausalito, Representative Jared Huffman convened a packed meeting that had the look and feel of a Congressional hearing. Several hundred people listened to politicians ...…
 
The College of Marin is moving towards becoming a zero emissions school. This week students at College of Marin headed back to the classroom to start a new school year. And one thing they might not have noticed is a change in what kind electricity the college is using. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports. Learn more about the school’s sustainability e ...…
 
Sonoma State University kicked off its academic year yesterday with a convocation at the Green Music Center. Find out some of the school’s priorities, on the next North Bay Report, airing at 6:18 and 8:18 am and 5:30 pm. Or find it online at KRCB.org Last week, we talked about Sonoma State’s new approach to remedial learning in English and Math ...…
 
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On today’s program WordTemple host Katherine Hastings revisits interviews and readings with three poets — John Hart, Fred Ostrander and Bob Hicok. Poet and environmental journalist John Hart is the author of The Climbers (Pitt Poetry Series) and, most recently and to be included in a future program, Storm Camp. He is the winner of the James D. ...…
 
Trash rates are going up in Santa Rosa. But service improvements may lessen the bite. No city official wants to wake up to a headline in the paper about rates for trash and recycling soaring 60 percent. But although Santa Rosa's rates are very likely to rise that much next year, people may be more willing to pay the higher fees if they bring be ...…
 
By 2030, a new report suggests, there’ll be no reason to buy an internal combustion vehicle in Sonoma County. Earlier this month, a report from the Center for Climate Protection in Santa Rosa made a startling prediction: if the current rate of adoption of electric vehicles in Sonoma County continues, the sale of internal combustion vehicles her ...…
 
North Bay winegrowers can’t find enough workers to pick their grapes. Harvest season is in full swing for vineyards in Northern California...but many winegrowers are seeing a shortage of laborers to work in their fields. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi spoke with Karissa Kruse of Sonoma County Winegrowers to find out what’s causing the labor crunch...and ...…
 
Classes start next week at Sonoma State – just down the road from us in Rohnert Park. We’ll find out about big changes in the CSU system coming exactly a year from now, on the next North Bay Report, airing at 6:18 and 8:18 am and 5:30 pm. Or find it online at KRCB.org Earlier this month, the California State University system announced some sig ...…
 
Santa Rosans who came to the Charles Schulz Museum Saturday for a party may have missed a small gem of an exhibition. The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center in Santa Rosa celebrated its 15th Anniversary over the weekend. Reporter Steve Mencher dropped in last week to visit one of his favorite Peanuts characters, subject of a small but ...…
 
Award winning travel writer, Inga Askamit shares how she created her piece about alfresco theatrics, Transcendant Summer Night. Catherine Bramkamp chats about being a poetry judge for the anthology, as well as writing her poetic elegy, Wolf House: Jack London State Historic Park Roger C. Lubeck talks about the seductivness of dancing in a story ...…
 
It’s coming, one week from today. Here's what you need to know about the eclipse. The countdown is on… Next Monday, the total solar eclipse will darken a swath of the country. Forward looking enthusiasts have booked up most of the hotel rooms and campsites in the eclipse’s path. Reporter Steve Mencher talked with a local expert about what you’l ...…
 
Today, we have part two of our story on a hearing last week considering annexation of Roseland into Santa Rosa. Yesterday on the North Bay Report, we listened in on last week’s hearing about Santa Rosa’s annexation of Roseland. There’s hope that this unincorporated part of town can prosper under Santa Rosa’s governance, with improved education, ...…
 
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