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Frontline: Growing Up Trans

Thursday, July 9 at 9 pm. Just a generation ago, it was adults, not kids, who changed genders. But today, many children are transitioning, too — with new medical options, and at younger and younger…


KRCB Concerts in the Garden at Chroma Gallery

Check out the full summer schedule for KRCB Concerts in the Garden at Chroma Gallery, which happen on the third Saturday of the month from 4-6 pm at Chroma Gallery, 312 South A in the SOFA (South of…

North Bay News

Right To Die Bill Faces Next Hearing

ALSO: As the drought continues, California is looking to Australia for ideas.

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North Bay News

Jul 06

Housing costs and the North Bay’s Vanishing Middle Class

Rebounding real estate prices and an ultra-tight rental market are squeezing out some multi-generation North Bay families.
Jul 05

California Electricity Rates Could Rise For Some Users

ALSO: The credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s raises California’s bond rating.
Jul 02

US Forest Service Says Conditions Ideal For Megafires in California

ALSO: The credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s has raised California’s bond rating.
Jul 01

EPA to Expand Pesticide Ban

The Environmental Protection Agency has announced that it plans to ban the commonly-used agricultural pesticide, chlorpyrifos.
Jul 01

Smart Phones Sold In California Must Have Kill Switch

ALSO: Insurance requirements are now higher for California ride-share drivers beginning this month.


Music News

Jul 06

Why Conductor Kirill Petrenko Fits The Berlin Philharmonic

When the Berlin Philharmonic chooses a new chief conductor, it's a big deal.
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Jul 05

Grateful Dead Plays Final Shows With Record-Breaking Audiences

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Jul 05

First Listen: 'Nina Revisited... A Tribute to Nina Simone'

In 1969, Nina Simone told Ebony Magazine, "I hope the day comes when I will be able to sing more love songs, when the need is not quite so urgent to sing protest songs. But for now, I don't mind.
Jul 04

The Grateful Dead's Laid-Back, Yet Surprisingly Shrewd, Business Plan

For the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead's founding, the band will perform three shows — their last — in Chicago this weekend. According to Billboard magazine, the "Fare Thee Well" concerts will…

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