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Community Health Connections: Early Childhood Education

Monday, March 30 at 7:30 pm  KRCB explores how children who receive quality early childhood education are more likely to graduate from high school and attend college. They have higher earning…

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Art Matters

KRCB North Bay Public Media challenges Sonoma County High School Students to identify a social issue that matters to them and to consider how they might express their thoughts, feelings, and opinions about that issue through art. Then KRCB will help them create that art and present it to the public. Learn more at ART MATTERS.

North Bay News

Teacher-District Disagreements in Santa Rosa

3:19 Contract negotiations between the Santa Rosa Teachers Association and the Santa Rosa School District are at a standstill.

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North Bay News

Mar 26

Sonoma County Regional Parks Going Green

From employee miles driven, to landscape watering, to miles and miles of toilet paper, Regional Parks is looking at myriad ways of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions.
Mar 26

State Eases Sex Offender Residency Limits

ALSO: A recent poll shows support for the legalization of recreational marijuana is growing in California.
Mar 25

'Right-To-Die' Proposal Sparks Tears, Impassioned Testimony at California Capitol

ALSO: A New PPIC Poll on California's Drought.
Mar 25

50th Anniversary Anti-War Teach-Ins

American involvement in Viet Nam was gearing up 50 years ago, and programs to recall that history are likewise increasing now.
Mar 24

Women's Caucus Prioritizes Work, Child Care Bills

ALSO: California lawmakers begin voting on the billion-dollar drought aid legislation announced last week.

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Music News

Mar 24

Cuban Music's Most Successful Accident Rises Again

In Cuba, there are songs you're just as likely to hear on a street corner today as you would have been in the 1950s. For decades, that Cuban traditional music went largely unheard and unnoticed by…
Mar 24

Cross The Arctic With The Kronos Quartet

Dogs barking, wind howling, ice crunching, then the sudden "ch-ch-ch-ch" of a sawing beat: That's composer Derek Charke's opening salvo in his transporting piece Cercle du Nord III. Charke wrote this…
Mar 23

Lower Dens' Jana Hunter Explains 'Escape From Evil,' Track By Track

There's something mysterious, almost opaque, about the songs of Lower Dens. The ones on the band's new album, Escape From Evil, are lush but distant, beautiful things held just out of reach. As Jason…
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Mar 23

First Listen: 'Carrie & Lowell' By Sufjan Stevens

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Mar 23

Earl Sweatshirt: 'I'm Grown'

Morning Edition is airing a short radio piece by Frannie Kelley about Earl Sweatshirt that uses pieces of Microphone Check's interview with him. You can hear the radio segment at the audio link above…

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