"Born Identity" - Snap Judgment, Saturday Morning at 10:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91

You have the person you’re born to be, and then you have the person you’re creating.

On the next Snap Judgment, both sides battle it out. We proudly present “Born Identity.”

Snap Judgment …. Storytelling with a beat. Listen to Snap Judgment Saturday mornings at 10:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91.

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This week on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio -  we speak with African-American foodways expert Dr. Jessica Harris; we shake up cocktails and present our recipe for Peruvian pesto; we travel to Palermo to taste the Italian fried spleen sandwich; and we discuss Jura wines.  

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio airs every Sunday evening at 7:00 pm after Mouthful, on KRCB-FM Radio 91!

A special program for Women's History Month.  

Stories about women’s work - it’s easy nowadays to roll our eyes at the quaint notion that “a woman’s place is in the home.” But is the real history more complicated than that caricature of bygone values? The History Guys will explore the relationship between women’s labor and their legal status as citizens. And they’ll ask… How has the value Americans place on the work that women do — in the home and beyond — changed over time?
Listen Sunday morning at 10:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91

Waterless composting of human waste is not a new idea. But in the modern world, it’s never been a popular one either. A new study of the latest models of composting toilets, getting underway here in Sonoma County, hopes to set the stage for changing attitudes toward them.

While the actual study of the efficacy of new composting toilets is just getting started, it required quite some time just to get permission to do it, reports the county’s James Johnson.

This week on This American Life - "Testosterone."  

Stories of people getting more testosterone and coming to regret it. And of people losing it and coming to appreciate life without it. The pros and cons of the hormone of desire.  

Listen to This American Life - Friday nights at 7:00 pm; repeats Saturday morning at 9:00 am - on KRCB-FM Radio 91!

You  have  the  person  you’re  born  to  be, and  then  you  have  the  person  you’re  creating.

On  the  next  Snap  Judgment, both  sides  battle  it  out. We  proudly  present “Born  Identity.”

Snap  Judgment  …. Storytelling  with  a  beat.  

Listen to Snap Judgment Saturday mornings at 10:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91. 

Against their will: The real – and virtual – places sex exploitation thrives  

By Julia B. Chan, Reveal  

Powered by the internet, the sex trade is reaching into all corners of the country. Reveal follows up on what’s happened since we first took you inside the hidden places – real and virtual –where people are exploited for sex.  Produced in collaboration with APM Reports, we’ll hear stories from the pot fields of Northern California to the streets of Chicago and suburban Seattle.  

Transformational women leaders are restoring societal balance by showing us how to reconnect relationships - not only among people - but between people and the natural world. This astounding conversation among diverse women leaders provides a fascinating window into the soulful depths of what it means to restore the balance between our masculine and feminine selves to bring about wholeness, justice and true restoration of people and planet.  

Three Democratic Governor Candidates Debate Education

Mar 24, 2017
Ben Bradford / Capital Public Radio

Three of the most prominent Democrats running for California governor in 2018 participated in the first debate for that political race.

Today's reporting by Ben Bradford.

fter being announced last year, a project to build a dozen tiny houses for homeless vets is hoping to break ground this summer and test the viability of a novel form of affordable housing. 

Project Manager John “Yohan” Morgan says the initial residents will each be encouraged to put their personal stamp on their small new homes.

California Farmers Won't Get Full Water Supply

Mar 23, 2017
Curtis Jerome Haynes

ALSO: California State University trustees voted Wednesday to raise tuition 5 percent for undergraduates, despite strong opposition from students and some state leaders.

Today's reporting by Amy Quinton and Chris Nichols.

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