Coffee Roasting Opens New Doors for Redwood Gospel Mission Members – February 28, 2017

Members of Santa Rosa’s Redwood Gospel Mission are finding a new way of life through coffee. Many of us start our day with a hot cup of coffee…but for some local men who’ve gone through Redwood Gospel Mission’s coffee roasting program that cup of joe is beginning to mean a lot more. For them it […]

County’s Pot Tax Measure Draws Criticism – February 27, 2017

Sonoma County’s Measure A would Tax the local cannabis industry for the first time. But even supporters say it’s flawed. Sonoma County is grappling with the many complexities of legalizing cannabis, bringing a fast-growing, largely free-wheeling industry under governmental control. Opposition to Measure A, which would tax cannabis businesses here, fears it will cripple the […]

Indivisible in Sonoma County – February 23, 2017

The Indivisible Guide is encouraging and mobilizing new and experienced political activists in Sonoma County and across the county. Activists and citizens in Sonoma County seeking to oppose the Trump administration are finding support and gleaning tactics from the Indivisible Guide, and the local chapters that are promulgating it. Find out more about Indivisible in […]

Sea Level Rise Contributes to Highway 37 Flooding Woes – February 21, 2017

Highway 37 east of Novato has flooded multiple times since the beginning of the year…but this winter’s storms aren’t all that threatens this waterlogged roadway. The North Bay’s Highway 37 is one of the Bay Area’s many roadways that’s been plagued by flooding during this winter’s very wet season. But a recent U-C Davis study […]

Expanding Agri-Tourism in the North Bay – February 17, 2017

In the North Bay’s expanding agri-tourism economy, there’s much more to see than vineyards. An informational meeting about the expanding business of agri-tourism drew an intensely interested cross section of farmers, promoters and others to the Petaluma Community Center yesterday. KRCB’s Bruce Robinson was there, too. Hear more from the agri-tourism summit on the North […]

Deconstructing The Beatles’ Records – February 16, 2017

You may think you know the Beatles’ music. But Scott Freiman knows it even better. The records made by the Beatles have sold millions of copies, and their songs have been heard exponentially more often. Yet there are details and surprises within that familiar music that can be revealed through careful deconstruction. The filmed version […]

Assessing Sonoma County’s Arts Education Needs – February 15, 2017

The arts are everywhere in Sonoma County, but is that also true in local schools? An online survey hopes to find out. As school budgets shrink and curriculum requirements tighten, are Sonoma County students still getting taught about the arts? Creative Sonoma is trying to assess the situation, with an eye toward boosting those efforts […]

KRCB-TV Benefits in FCC Spectrum Auction – February 14, 2017

Good News for Channel 22. KRCB-TV is s a big winner in the FCC’s auction of underused broadcast spectrum rights. KRCB-Television has come out a winner in an auction of broadcast spectrum rights conducted by the FCC. While most viewers will not notice the resulting technical changes, the station’s long-term economic health has gotten a […]