Sonoma Spotlight - Week of July 24, 2017

This week on Sonoma Spotlight:

Monday, July 24 – Main Stage West – 2017-2018 Season Announcement Roland chats with Elizabeth Craven about the upcoming 2017-2018 Main Stage West lineup of shows, which include Grace, Mary Shelley's Body, Daddy Long Legs, Buried Child, Lungs and Eurydice. The season runs from September 8th, 2017 through May 27th, 2018. More information is available at: www.mainstagewest.com Tuesday, July 25 - Roland chats with James Pelican about the 15th annual...

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  Sonoma County sculptor Bruce Johnson is known for his massive redwood and metal structures. But he has also been central to some unexpected collaborations with artists from quite different fields. 

Sculptor Bruce Johnson’s name for his Poetry House provided a parallel for Elizabeth Herron’s long poem, The Poet’s House.  But she says the finished space was also rich in inspiration.

Choreographer Nancy Lyons says she and her colleagues in the SoCo Dance Theater also drew inspiration from Johnson’s work—in a very tactile way.

CA Could Limit Drug Company Gifts To Doctors

Jul 11, 2017
elcerritoprogrssives.com

ALSO: California lawmakers attempting to address the state’s housing crisis are taking two approaches. They’re passing bills to subsidize housing for low-income residents and looking to encourage more building.

Today's reporting by Sally Schilling and Ben Bradford.

Information about trash and recycling at recent meeting
Steve Mencher

It's easy to forget about trash. We bring it to the curb once a week, or send it down a chute, and it disappears. But trash is becoming an increasingly important subject in our region, as we try to figure out how we can avoid creating ever-higher mountains of garbage near our towns and cities. Steve Mencher reports on a recent gathering where trash and jobs were the central focus.

Learn more about "Don't Waste LA," an inspirational model for dealing with the stuff we generally throw away.

jadejackson.com

Brian on the Radio welcomes Jade Jackson to Studio A - Wednesday morning, July 12th in the 10:00 am hour. They talk about all sorts of things music, Mike Ness and her new album Gilded. She and her band even play a few tunes!  

Listen Wednesday morning in the 10:00 am hour on KRCB-FM Radio 91!  

 

WMG

This week, Ric has a real treat lined up for you: we will be exploring the expansive box set, "Pink Floyd: the Early Years 1965 to 1972". Released in 2016, this box set contains over 20 cds and dvds.

This week on Mouthful, we look back to an archive episode about puer tea, with Larry and Yang-Su of Pure Puer in Santa Rosa. From sourcing directly from farms in the Yunnan province of China to their own aging room , Larry and Yang-Su share everything you need to know about this rare, remarkably healthy, and delicious tea.

Listen to Mouthful - Smart Talk about Food, Wine & Farming in the North Bay and Beyond, with host Michele Anna Jordan, every Sunday night at 6:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91!  

Battle for the Net Tweet
ACLU

July 12th is being promoted across the Internet as a “Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality.” The forces on the other side of this issue proclaim their allegiance to what they call an “Open Internet.” But as Steve Mencher reports, these two things are not the same.

Find more on Net Neutrality from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. And visit Battle for the Net.com to find out what you can do about keeping Net Neutrality.

This week on Mountain Stage: Hayes Carll, Darrell Scott, Parker Millsap, Brennen Leigh and Carrie Rodriguez!

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

  

  

  

  

Monday, July 10, 2017

Austin based Sweet Spirit, is punchy, powerhouse party band. Their raucous live shows earned them a fan in Britt Daniel of Spoon, who gave them a leg up on their debut album. Sweet Spirit performs music from their follow-up record called St. Mojo and share wild and fun stories befitting a wild and fun band on the next World Café.  

Affordable Housing Fee Passes California Senate

Jul 7, 2017
marketscale.com

ALSO: California Governor Jerry Brown is again pledging an end-run around the Trump administration on climate change.

Today's reporting by Ben Bradford.

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