They Don’t Call Her Mother Earth for Nothing: Women Re-imagining the World - Sunday March 26 @ 4pm

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.

Join Alice Walker, Jean Shinoda Bolen,...

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March 10th & 11th 2017 - "My Damn Mind!"
 

The brain! It's powerful! We have the story of how one man's delusions lead him to a situation that's just as strange as the worst thoughts his mind is cooking up. 

Former DOJ Attorney Says Major Changes To H1-Bs Require Congress

Mar 10, 2017
California Department of Water Resources

ALSO: Scientists say the threat of catastrophic flooding at Oroville Dam could be a warning for California, and the effect climate change could have on infrastructure in the future.

Today's reporting by Ben Bradford and Amy Quinton.

Homeless With Pets

Pet owners are deeply attached to their dogs, cats, birds and other animals, and that doesn’t change if they become homeless. But their ability to care for their pets may. That’s where an unusual and specially focused non-profit steps in to help.

More than two thirds of the pets kept by homeless people locally are dogs, says Gillian Squirrell, founder of Homeless With Pets. But that other third encompasses considerable variety.

"Day Without A Woman" Draws Attention From California Lawmakers

Mar 9, 2017
Anne Di Grazia

A couple hundred people spent their lunch breaks outside the state Capitol Wednesday as California lawmakers led a rally for International Women’s Day and Day Without A Woman.

Today's reporting by Ben Adler.

With new tax rates approved by Sonoma County voters on Tuesday, the local cannabis industry is gearing up to enter—and pay for—their new era of legitimacy.

In celebration of Women’s History month, today’s program features five iconic American women poets reading their own work: Gertrude Stein, H.D., Edna St. Vincent Millay, Louise Bogan and Muriel Rukeyser.  With little to no interruption between poets, sit back and experience these historic recordings of our poetic ancestors.  Each offered something new when they burst upon the scene and now, decades later, their work maintains its relevance.  Listen to these poems as you would listen to music.  How do they speak to you in 2017?

Australian blogger and forager Rohan Anderson makes sneaky eel dip and payback paella; Adam Gopnik reminisces about New York City's Carnegie Deli; Abraham Conlon of Chicago's Fat Rice reveals the home cooking of Macau; and we present our recipe for pistachio-cardamom loaf cake.
 

 

Wilco frontman, Jeff Tweedy tells of the impact on his songs of growing up in the blue collar town, Belleville, Illinois. Music became his creative outlet in high school and lead to founding the seminal Americana band, Uncle Tupelo. We hear from Jeff in his Chicago studio "The Loft" about the emergence of Wilco and the place that making music has in his life, including work with Woody Guthrie's lyrics and producing records with Mavis Staples.

Jim Cole / AP photo

ALSO: California health care policy experts who back the Affordable Care Act reacted today to a proposal from House Republicans to repeal and replace the law.

Today's reporting by Amy Quinton and Ja'Nel Johnson.

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California State Senator Jeff Stone recently claimed statewide violent crime has been on the rise since 2011, and spiked 12 % in 2015. 

Today's reporting by Chris Nichols.

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