The KRCB-FM Radio 91 "Spring Fundraiser" has begun, and runs through Saturday March 24th! There are many awesome thank you gifts available at different donation levels ranging from the always stylish KRCB-FM Radio 91 logo t-shirt at the $40 level; the unreleased Kate Wolf Live in Mendocino CD (coming in June 2018) at the $40 level - as well as many other 'top-shelf' CDs at the $40 level; the always popular Eton Emergency Radio at the $80 level; to the new KRCB-FM Radio 91 hoodies - both...

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California Update for Tuesday, March 20, 2018

1 hour ago
Andrew Harnik / AP

• The nation’s top court will consider whether a California abortion law violates freedom of speech rights of anti-abortion advocates.

• The Chief Justice of California's Supreme Court turned her attention from the state's judicial system to the national stage in her remarks before the legislature Monday.

Today's reporting by Ben Bradford and Julia Mitric.

The KRCB-FM Radio 91 "Spring Fundraiser" has begun, and runs through Saturday March 24th!

Fun(draising) This Week

16 hours ago

We love to bring guests in during our membership drives, to bring some fun to a serious situation. KRCB FM91, like most public radio stations, depend on our listeners for support. This week, while raising funds, the Morning show has some great guests, including: Doug Blumer & Bohemian Highway, Lungs & Limbs, Frankie Boots, Austin Lucas, Marcy Smothers, Kingsborough, Patterson Barrett (pictured) and more. So, tune in and donate what you can while being fully entertained.

Outbeat Radio News for Monday, March 19, 2018

Mar 19, 2018

• After threats of protest by the anti-LGBT Westboro Baptist Church, students at Missouri’s John Burroughs Prep school rallied around a fellow students and football start who came out as gay last fall and staged a counter protest. 

• A federal court in Maryland ruled that schools must allow access to restrooms and locker rooms for transgender students based on their gender identity and that failure to do so violates Title IX and the Equal Protection Clause. 

California Update for Monday, March 19, 2018

Mar 19, 2018
Rich Pedroncelli / AP

• Some groups want doctors to be trained on how to ask patients about gun ownership, others say it's inappropriate.

Today's reporting by Sammy Caiola.

Jimi's "Both Sides of the Sky" CD of the week

Mar 16, 2018

"Both Sides of the Sky" is the third volume of a trilogy of albums (Valleys of Neptune-2010, and People, Hell & Angels-2013), and features 10 unreleased recordings done between 1968 and 1970.  Featuring the first session with what became Band of Gypsies, and appearances by Johnny Winter and Stephen Stills, the collection takes you back to Jimi's prolific studio output. 

Hear it on KRCB FM91


On Margo Price’s first album, 2016’s Midwest Farmer’s Daughter, she shared incredibly personal stories of pawning her wedding ring, spending a weekend in jail and losing a child. On Friday's World Cafe, hear the next chapter - Margo reflects on how her life has changed since the wild success of her debut, and the more political stories that inspired her latest release All American Made. 

You can hear World Cafe with host Talia Schlanger every weekday at 2:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91!

We’re on the road again, dialed into high-flying honky-tonk as we cruise through Texas cotton patches and Midwestern pastures of plenty. Starting off in Illinois farm country, we meet up with Margo Price, who followed her dreams of songwriting to Nashville, Tennessee. She put her name on the map with songs about growing up in rural America, and has since dug in her heels while singing about a landscape of gender and economic inequities.

California Update for Friday, March 16, 2018

Mar 16, 2018
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

• California isn’t moving to a single-payer health care system anytime soon. So a coalition of liberal advocacy groups is calling for policy actions this year to achieve statewide universal coverage under California’s current health care system.

• Lawmakers think the underground pot market is growing. That’s why a new bill would eliminate taxes on cultivating cannabis and drop the excise tax from 15 to 11 percent for three years.

Today's reporting by Ban Adler and Ezra David Romero.


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