Percussion Discussion - ONE MORE THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL 26, 2018 @ 7PM

This Thursday’s edition of Percussion Discussion will be a special program hosted by Mary Carroll, with in-studio guests and live performance.

KRCB is saddened to report that longtime volunteer Jim Laveroni, after a valiant 16-month battle with multiple myeloma, passed away peacefully at his home on March 28, 2018.
Jim was the founder and host of Percussion Discussion, the KRCB-FM show on Thursday nights which "celebrates drummers, percussionists, and other instruments of...

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Napa County may not have been hit as hard as Sonoma by the October fires, but the Napa Valley Community Foundation took lessons learned from the 2014 South Napa earthquake and moved quickly into action to aid its neighbors. On today’s North Bay Report, we continue the Fire Recovery Series by looking at how that recent disaster provided a template for fire recovery. J. Mateo Baker filed this report.

California Update for Thursday, April 26, 2018

14 hours ago
Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

• Authorities say they've arrested the man suspected of killing a dozen people and raping more than 50 women in California in the 70s and 80s.

• The first campaign this election season has now has turned in enough voter signatures to qualify a water bond for the November ballot in California.

Today's reporting by Bob Moffitt and Ben Bradford.

As with everything that is constantly evolving, KRCB-FM has a few schedule changes coming up that will take effect on May 1st.

The main daytime (5 am – 7 pm) block of programs that you know and love are staying right where they are – so you don’t have to worry about them.

The weeknight schedule is being shaken up, shuffled, and will hopefully be fun and entertaining to listen to! There are also a couple of changes on Saturdays and Sundays as well. 

Here’s the lineup that will be in place beginning Tuesday May 1st, 2018:

California Update for Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Apr 25, 2018
Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

• An audit released Tuesday shows that the California State University system exposes students and employees to on-campus hazards such as faulty laboratory equipment, unsafe drinking water, asbestos and chemical spills.

• California officials are trying to prevent a possible undercount of the state’s population in the next Census.

Today's reporting by Julia Mitric and Ben Bradford.

Mipso back in Studio A

Apr 24, 2018

The talented youngsters from Chapel Hill return to KRCB for a visit Monday, April 30. Celebrating the release of their third CD Edges Run, the band is on a West Coast swing that brings them to Petaluma, Santa Cruz, Berkeley, and Winters. They'll be taking some time to hang with Brian in Studio A and pick up some Lagunitas for the road. Catch them at the Mystic Theatre on Sunday, April 29 and on-air here the following morning.

California Update for Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Apr 24, 2018
Andrew Bowen / Special to Capital Public Radio

• Two weeks before vote-by-mail ballots go out – and six weeks before the June 5th primary – the California governor’s race is coming to your television set. (Do people actually say that anymore?)

• Federal investigators are looking for the origin of an E. coli outbreak stemming from romaine lettuce from Yuma, AZ that's sickened 53 people in 16 states. A food safety expert says an Alaskan prison contains a clue to the origin of the pathogen.

Today's reporting by Ben Adler and Julia Mitric.

This Thursday’s edition of Percussion Discussion will be a special program hosted by Mary Carroll, with in-studio guests and live performance.   

KRCB is saddened to report that longtime volunteer Jim Laveroni, after a valiant 16-month battle with multiple myeloma, passed away peacefully at his home on March 28, 2018.  
 

Here is who to listen for on WORLD CAFÉ, with host Talia Schlanger, this week on KRCB-FM:   

Monday, April 23rd – Brothers Osborne 

TJ and John Osbourne moved to Nashville separately to forge solo careers, but realized, just like their mom said, they were better together as Brothers Osborne. They just won Vocal Duo of the Year for the second time in a row at the Academy of Country Music Awards and on Friday their new album Port Saint Joe came out. Hear them play live! 

Tuesday, April 24th – Hop Along  

Outbeat Radio News for Monday, April 23, 2018

Apr 23, 2018
Charlie Riedel / AP Photo

• The death last week of First Lady Barbara Bush is a reminder that the Republican party once had a more socially liberal side. In 1990, Barbara Bush sent a letter to the then PFLAG President saying that no person or group should ever suffer discrimination. 

• California Assembly Member Evan Low introduced Assembly Bill 2504 which proposes training for law enforcement officers and dispatchers on sexual orientation and gender identity. A similar bill requiring training for teachers is also making its way through the legislature. 

California Update for Monday, April 23, 2018

Apr 23, 2018
Amy Taxin / AP file photo

• California does a poor job of sheltering its largest-in-the-nation homeless population and should provide more funds to solve its growing crisis. Those are findings from California’s top auditor in a report this released last week.

• California political campaigns must submit hundreds of thousands of signatures to the state in the next few days to qualify their initiatives for the November ballot. That’s created a bidding war for the people who collect signatures.

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