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Join KRCB FM Radio 91 for special programming on Thanksgiving Day! 6:00 AM - NPR's Morning Edition 9:00 AM - "Let's Eat!" from Hearing Voices - An audio Thanksgiving feast. We binge on fattening stories, then purge with a documentary on refusing food. 10:00 AM - FM Odyssey Thanksgiving Show With Special Guests Graham Nash, Glen Campbell and Arlo Guthrie. Fred Migliore, the host and creator of FM Odyssey puts together several music recipes! In addition to an exclusive version of 'Alice's...

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Frey Vineyards

Four generations of the Frey family live and work at their winery in Redwood Valley. It was the first organic and biodynamic winery to open in the U.S. The October wildfires destroyed many structures on the site, while sparing most of the vineyards and the main house on the property. From KQED’s The California Report, April Dembosky takes us to the vineyard where the family is trying to figure out how to rebuild its business.

Redwood Valley North Bay fires
Bob Dass, Flickr

Today the Espinoza family plans to sit down to Thanksgiving dinner in the one bedroom apartment they’ve been sharing since the North Bay fires. Between the parents and kids, the family lost two homes as flames rushed through Redwood Valley in Mendocino.

Like them, many families are living in tight quarters this holiday season – some in hotel rooms, others in the first FEMA trailers, still others staying with friends and relatives.

The Espinozas are grateful to have a place to stay at all. But six weeks after the wildfires, the uncertainty is working on some nerves.

Join KRCB FM Radio 91 for special programming on Thanksgiving Day!

6:00 AM - NPR's Morning Edition

9:00 AM - "Let's Eat!" from Hearing Voices - An audio Thanksgiving feast.

We binge on fattening stories, then purge with a documentary on refusing food.

10:00 AM - FM Odyssey Thanksgiving Show With Special Guests Graham Nash, Glen Campbell and Arlo Guthrie.

California Update for Wednesday, November 22, 2017

10 hours ago
Pamela Kan-Rice / ucanr.edu

• The timber industry and marijuana farms break up forests into very different shapes and sizes. That could impact wildlife in distinct ways according to UC researchers who compared both land-uses in Humboldt County forests from 2000 to 2013.

• Cap-and-trade brings the state $860M in November. It’s the second sell-out since lawmakers extended the program this year through 2030.

Today's reporting by Julia Mitric and Ben Bradford.

Israel and Palestinians
PBS

A conference next week will bring together advocates seeking change in the Middle East. Friends of Sabeel North America defines itself as a Christian ecumenical group. Its Northern California chapter is assembling Christian, Muslim, Jewish and secular leaders to discuss the complicated political struggles in Israel and Palestine. News director Steve Mencher talked with conference organizer Therese Maughannam.

We're Thankful for You

Nov 21, 2017

All of us here at KRCB FM91 wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!  We are grateful that you listen, and support local public radio!

California Update for Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Nov 21, 2017
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio News

• The director of the California Senate Fellows Program allegedly knew last year about a senator’s reputation for inappropriate behavior with women – yet still placed a female student Fellow in his Capitol office anyway.

Meanwhile, a former Senate Fellow says Senate Fellows director David Pacheco discriminated against her because she was a Latina Republican. You can read about that in Ben’s full story HERE.

Jared Huffman
Wikimedia

Is the Trump administration playing politics with disaster relief? That’s the implication of a statement released on Friday by Representatives Jared Huffman and Mike Thompson. Representative Huffman spoke with KRCB news director Steve Mencher about the strongly-worded complaint.

Outbeat Radio News for Monday, November 20, 2017

Nov 20, 2017
instinctmagazine.com

• The FBI reported hate crimes rose by more than 4% last year; including 1,076 hate crimes motivated by the victims' sexual orientation. LGBT advocates, however, say these numbers are dramatically underreported. 

• In Santa Rosa, the LGBT retirement community at the Fountain Grove Lodge welcomed residents back home, following the wildfires that burned all around the facility, but spared the building. 

• Face to Face executive director Rick Dean honored for his 30 years of dedicated service to the organization.

California Update for Monday, November 20, 2017

Nov 20, 2017
Wikimedia commons

• If you use a California driver’s license to board U.S. flights, the card in your wallet won’t work a few years from now. Instead, you’ll need a new one called a REAL I.D. Getting one requires bringing several key documents, in person, to the DMV.

• The leader of the California state Senate is calling for punishment of a fellow Democratic Senator, after allegations of inappropriate advances on at least three women.

• California’s unemployment rate fell slightly to four-point-nine percent in October as employers added nearly thirty-two thousand jobs.

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