Houston Porter / Petaluma 360

Fred and Megan Cline on Mouthful, Smart Talk About Food, Wine & Farming – Sunday at 6 pm

This week, Fred Cline and his daughter winemaker Megan Cline talk about their newest wines, a highly drinkable white blend and a red blend named Farmhouse, named after the schoolhouse at Petaluma's Green String Farm. The Clines are partners with well-known farmer Bob Canard Jr. at Green String Farm & Institute and are also widely known for both Jacuzzi Winery and the Olive Press, located within the winery. Mouthful: Smart Talk About Food, Wine, and Farming in the North Bay and Beyond can...

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Love is often presented as something easy, a matter of simply following your heart. But in actuality, it's rarely that effortless. Several of this week's songs reflect the sour, absurd, and heartrending aspects of intimacy: Wet, one of Robin's picks, mourns the fact that "love is not enough." Singer-songwriter John Grant muses on its absurdity in his darkly comical "Love Is Magic."  Also on the program: the classic guitar rock and pop of Montreal singer Michael Rault, the urgent music of D.C. post-punk band Flasher, and the glitchy, atmospheric electronics of Tim Hecker.

In this all-NEW Snap Judgment, put your dark glasses and trench coat on, ‘cause we’re going undercover. We proudly present “Subterfuge.”

Stories include Night At The Mirage and The Legend of Steve Davies.

Listen to Snap Judgment - storytelling with a beat - every Saturday morning at 10:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ radio.krcb.org / Comcast Cable channel 961 all over the Bay Area / Listen on the go - Download the FREE KRCB mobile App from iTunes & Google Play!

Nikka Singh / Reveal

President Donald Trump has pledged allegiance to what he calls America’s “energy dominance.” This is good news for the oil and gas industry. We examine what this means for Alaskan villagers coping with climate change, Native American artifacts in Utah, and birds flying over the U.S.

Rodney Crowell "Acoustic Classics" CD of the Week

Jul 13, 2018

An artist with a legacy like Rodney Crowell's doesn't need to revisit old songs in an "unplugged" setting. That's not what "Acoustic Classics" is at all. He's been honing his craft for over forty years, and this collection of tunes are recorded in a bare bones production style, unlike some of his biggest hits from the 80's and 90's, putting his voice and lyrical brilliance smack dap up front.

A young preacher opens a new church. A new restaurant reopens old wounds. This week, stories of people trying to build something that will last.

This American Life is heard every Friday night at 7:00 pm; repeating every Saturday morning at 9:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / Streaming @ radio.krcb.org / Comcast Cable channel 961 all over the Bay Area / On-demand with the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes App Store & Google Play!

Houston Porter / Petaluma 360

This week, Fred Cline and his daughter winemaker Megan Cline talk about their newest wines, a highly drinkable white blend and a red blend named Farmhouse, named after the schoolhouse at Petaluma's Green String Farm. The Clines are partners with well-known farmer Bob Canard Jr. at Green String Farm & Institute and are also widely known for both Jacuzzi Winery and the Olive Press, located within the winery.

California Update for Friday, July 13, 2018

Jul 13, 2018
Politifact California

• Did Gavin Newsom separate families and deport children as San Francisco mayor? PolitiFact California examined this claim by GOP gubernatorial candidate John Cox, and found there's some truth, but it's also missing some important context.

Jenna Biggs

The new film Don't Worry He Won't Get Far on Foot is based on the life of the late cartoonist John Callahan, a paraplegic and recovered alcoholic who poked fun at people like himself.  On the next Fresh Air – Terry’s interviews with Callahan.  And we listen back to our interview with 1950s Hollywood Heartthrob Tab Hunter, who died Sunday at the age of 86. Join us.

Kelsey Stanger

Many bands are proud of their hometown, but few rep their city as much as the Houston-based group The Suffers — they consider Houston's music scene and diversity to be a core part of their identity. We'll hear some of the eight-piece band's energetic R&B in a live studio performance today. And they'll share about the challenges they faced on their rise to fame, like the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and discrimination by music executives. The Suffers' conversation with host Stephen Kallao, and live music from the new album, Everything Here, on the next World Cafe.

Gabi Porter

We take a deep dive into the vaults of Blue Note Records, the independent label that helped put artists like Thelonious Monk, Art Blakey and Jimmy Smith on the map. Flagbearer of trad jazz, bebop and the cool school, Blue Note is still at it after 79 years and has expanded its wheelhouse to include vocalists like Norah Jones, Ryan Adams and Van Morrison. We talk with producer extraordinaire and Blue Note president Don Was about the label's past and new directions.

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