This week on World Cafe - weekdays @ 2pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91

Here is what's coming up on World Cafe this week (June 26th - June 30th) - 2:00 pm Monday-Friday on KRCB-FM Radio 91!
Monday, June 26, 2017
Phoenix holed up in an old Paris opera house in 2014 to begin recording their new album Ti Amo. The French band turned their feelings of unrest about the tumultuous times around them into music that serves as an escape. Ti Amo explores “love, desire, lust and innocence” with the a romanticized flair of summer discos in Italy.

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Central Valley Congressman Devin Nunes claimed last week President Trump had signed more bills than any other president at this early point in office. 

Find more Politifact California fact checks HERE.

Today's reporting by Chris Nichols.

Bicycle sharing hubs could be installed at central points, from Santa Rosa to Larkspur, under a bi-county proposal being submitted to the regional Metropolitan Transportation Commission. Bruce Robinson takes a look ahead.

Details about how the program will work will depend on which one of several vendors is selected to operate it for the counties. But Bjorn Greipenberg of the Marin County Bicycle Coalition says there are two primary models currently in use.

Rendon Sparks Uproar By Shelving Single-Payer Bill

Jun 27, 2017
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When California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon announced late Friday he would hold the single-payer health care bill for the year, he set off a firestorm of reactions that showcase the split in the Democratic Party.

Today's reporting by Ben Adler.

Here is what's coming up on World Cafe this week (June 26th - June 30th) - 2:00 pm Monday-Friday on KRCB-FM Radio 91!  
 

Monday, June 26, 2017  
Phoenix holed up in an old Paris opera house in 2014 to begin recording their new album Ti Amo. The French band turned their feelings of unrest about the tumultuous times around them into music that serves as an escape. Ti Amo explores “love, desire, lust and innocence” with the a romanticized flair of summer discos in Italy.

Gazing up at the night sky is simultaneously humbling and utterly thrilling. This hour, we’ll hear from TED speakers who share an infectious sense of wonder and curiosity about our place in the universe and what lies beyond our skies. Speakers this week are physicist Brian Greene, blogger Phil Plait, and astronomer Jill Tarter. 

Listen to the TED Radio Hour every Sunday morning at 9:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91!

On this week’s broadcast of Mountain Stage with Larry Groce, you’ll hear a set from pop singer and songwriter Brett Dennen, along with his band.

Haunting neo-folk sensation Elephant Revival make their return to the show, with new songs and a few old favorites.  

Beloved alt-rock trailblazers Cracker show their country side.  

And you’ll hear performances from newcomers Liz Vice and Lords of Liechtenstein.  

Listen to Mountain Stage with host Larry Groce every Saturday at noon on KRCB-FM Radio 91!

It’s a more and more common sight. You’re at the airport or in a store, and you see a dog with a colorful vest walking beside its owner. How do you know the dog is trained and necessary to assist that person? And what’s the problem if a vest or patch was simply ordered off the Web and put on a pet?  Steve Mencher reports about efforts to blow the whistle on service dog fraud.

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ALSO: California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon says he is pausing the advance of a single-payer health care measure until lawmakers work out further details about how to pay for it.

Find more fact checks by Politifact California HERE.

Today's reporting by Chris Nichols and Ben Bradford.

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For many homeowners in Marin County having a creek or stream run through their property can provide a beautiful atmosphere. But keeping these waterways clean and healthy can also require a great deal of time and energy.  KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports on a program that aims to simplify creek restoration for Marin residents.   

Find out about more upcoming events with the Marin County Resource Conservation District Urban Streams Program here.

We take it for granted that the majority calls the shots. But in one NY school district, that idea — majority rules — has led to an all-out war. School board disputes are pretty common, but not like this one. This involves multimillion-dollar land deals, lawyers threatening to beat up parents, felony criminal charges, and the highest levels of state government. Meanwhile, the students are caught in the middle.

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