This week on World Cafe - 9/18 - 9/22

Here is what's happening on World Cafe for the week of September 18th through the 22nd:
Monday, September 18, 2017
Wilco's Jeff Tweedy produced Joan Shelly's latest album. It was recorded at Wilco's loft in Chicago with Tweedy's son Spencer playing drums on some of the tracks. On the next World Cafe Shelley talks with David Dye and we hear live sets from Shelley, Canadian duo Whitehorse, and New York rockers The National Reserve, recorded at the 56th annual Philadelphia Folk...

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Tune in and rock the blues with two guitar men who do it with great authority. First up is Arkansas wild man and original Sun Records rockabilly Sonny Burgess who tore it up, playing his hits "We Wanna Boogie," "Red-Headed Woman" and others well into his eighties, before passing away last month. And hear a live set from the late great New Orleans bluesman and human jukebox Snooks Eaglin, recorded in 2007 at his home base, the famous Rock 'N' Bowl nightclub, where one can do either of those, or both, at the same time.

This week, eTown welcomes legendary Grammy Award-winning country singer/songwriter Marty Stuart, along with his virtuosic band – The Fabulous Superlatives. Marty shares lots of music from his group’s latest release, Way Out West, as well as insightful conversation about his storied career as a recording artist, television personality and one time son-in-law to Johnny Cash.

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Yesterday we told you about how a growing number of severe mentally ill adults are ending up in emergency rooms and jails. Today we look at what the county is doing to better care for this population. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi spoke with Press Democrat Health Reporter Martin Espinoza about a patient named Russell who is currently seeking care.

Martin Espinoza's series on Sonoma County's mental healthcare system is archived online on The Press Democrat website. Read the series here.

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While others were celebrating Labor Day, Acapulco-born "dreamer" Denia Candela had an anxious weekend, worrying about the president's decision on young immigrants. Denia came to the United States from Mexico when she was in middle school, and once President Obama provided a way for her to work and complete her education via the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program, myriad possibilities opened up for her.

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ALSO: Scientists at U.C. Davis have found a genetic distinction between chinook salmon that migrate in spring and fall. That has a Northern California tribe calling to make spring chinook an endangered species. But some farmers are skeptical...

Today's reporting by Ben Adler and Daniel Potter.

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According to the National Institute of Mental Health, about four percent of adults in the United States suffer from some form of severe mental illness. Here in Sonoma County that's as many as 20-thousand people to take care of. But a recent investigative report by The Santa Rosa Press Democrat revealed that many mentally ill adults are ending up in emergency rooms or in jails.

New App Helps Parents Screen for Scoliosis

Sep 4, 2017
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Some physicians say parents should be screening for scoliosis, even if California schools aren't. Shriners Hospitals put out a new app to make it easier.

Today's reporting by Sammy Caiola.

Immigration Law Group

Over the past few days, leaders in business and tech, and even Speaker Paul Ryan urged President Trump to keep or modify the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program, which allows young people who were brough

Levi Parham labors w/Brian Monday 9/4

Sep 1, 2017

No holiday in studio A this Labor day...Brian will be joined by Oklahoma songwriter Levi Parham.  They'll be chatting about Levi's latest release "These American Blues", and will share stories about crummy jobs they've had.

Drug Price Transparency Bill Faces Crucial Committee Vote

Sep 1, 2017
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ALSO: California lawmakers could take the first steps Friday towards passing a package of bills that seek to reduce the state’s soaring housing costs, with up to a dozen different bills coming up for votes.

Today's reporting by Sammy Caiola and Ben Adler.

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10th annual EARLE FEST

Join us Saturday September 23rd for the 10th Annual Earle Fest for 2017!

Los Lobos headlines, with California Honeydrops, Tift Merritt, & The Songs of Audrey Auld performed by Nina Gerber, Pam Delgado and Jeri Jones on the main stage! And there's a whole lot more!

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