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Musician Eki Shola, who lost her home in the 2017 Sonoma County fires, is among a group of local musicians who have recorded music to help heal those recovering after the disaster. The music is part of a benefit cd recorded at Prairie Sun Studios in...
Three local artists, whose work is featured in the Museum of Sonoma County exhibition, "From the Fire: A Community Reflects and Rebuilds" talk about the impact of the wildfires on their artistic process.
See how the ArtQuest program at Santa Rosa High School shapes young learners through visual and performance arts, and creates a safe place for students to express themselves. Through their artwork, students find freedom and joy in learning.
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When you think of health, housing may not be the first thing that jumps to mind. But where you live may actually determine a number of health outcomes. We explore the issue in the Roseland neighborhood of Santa Rosa. This project is supported by a gr...
In this live midterm election special, News Director Steve Mencher hosts an hour of analysis and insight from policymakers and community activists. Analysis provided in the North Bay by Dick Spotswood of the Marin Independent Journal and in the South...
Explore transportation options to protect the environment. A unique food distribution trucking company looks for technological solutions to reduce emissions; a San Mateo organization seeks to promote ride sharing and public transit; a Silicon Valley...
Northern California Public Media News Director Steve Mencher and Museum of Sonoma County Director Jeff Nathanson visit three local artists whose work is featured in the museum's exhibition, "From the Fire: A Community Reflects and Rebuilds."
This special looks at our community one year after the October fires that killed 44 and obliterated neighborhoods in Santa Rosa and the surrounding towns. We visit musicians, poets and visual artists who are trying to represent the calamity in ways t...
On this edition of Bay Area Bountiful, we ask the question, “What makes a community sustainable?” There are many facets of sustainability, from energy use and human capital, to transportation and future strategic planning. Sustainability is the goal...
The farmers at Coyote Family Farm are among a new generation who see farming as a combination of spiritual practice, political act, community engagement and art form. Selling their fresh produce weekly at the farmers market, they are helping to reviv...
At KRCB and KPJK, our mission is to bring you the best programs that public television has to offer. And our pledge to you is that we will always listen with open hearts and open minds. We know that public TV is as important to you as it is to us. Le...
Community is built through understanding. At KRCB and KPJK, we know that community service is our mission, but we also know that we can’t serve if we don’t first engage in a conversation with you. What are your hopes for our community? How can we lev...
Explore how human development has impacted the wildlife of California. The Grizzly Bear was once a dominant species, but as people settled here in greater numbers, the population of the Grizzly declined. Discover how European colonization upset the b...
In 1969 at the age of 22, Robert A. Rothschild was drafted into the army and joined some 500,000 troops in Vietnam. In this short, the veteran remembers the night recon mission when he stepped on a land mine just south of the Vietnamese DMZ. (Produce...
On this edition of The New Normal: Rebuilding Homes and Lives , we’ll find out how October’s wildfires made our tight housing market even more precarious, especially for the area’s most vulnerable residents. As the community rebuilds, we put the spot...
Musicians Eki Shola and Allen Sudduth lost their homes in the Sonoma County fires. They are among a group of local musicians who are raising money to replace instruments lost in the fires with a special album recorded at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati...
This program brings us stories from the inferno, from those families fleeing the fire with their precious pets, to updates on the ongoing repopulation. We talk with Karissa Kruse, president of Sonoma County Winegrowers about the fire's effect on her...
In Guerneville, California, the banks of the Russian River have become a gathering place for those facing homelessness. The homeless population in Guerneville is four times the per capita rate of San Francisco, and three times the national average. A...
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