Special Guest Clementine Darling on North Bay Songwriters - Thursday at 9 pm

Join special guest Clementine Darling on KRCB's North Bay Songwriters Radio Show for some jangles and jibberish. The emergent songstress will offer us some live tunes and give us some scoop on her live shows and more… More? Yes! After Clementine, I'll be slinging the North Bay's best tunes from the star-studded scene 'round here including tunes from the upcoming release of the first North Bay Songwriters compilation CD to benefit this local NPR station, so hang out online www.krcb.org or tune...

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This week, the biggest brightest stars, and most exciting emerging artists of Americana gather together in Nashville to showcase their stuff for AmericanaFest. We celebrate with music by artists who are performing at the Fest – including Amanda Shires, Richard Thompson, and The Lone Bellow – and dive into some live recordings from World Cafe Nashville sessions. That's coming up, on the next World Cafe with host Talia Schlanger.

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Several states are bracing for a monster hurricane that’s threatening the Eastern seaboard. The large and powerful storm could stall over the East Coast, and appears to be intensifying, potentially dumping catastrophic amounts of rain.  The latest on Hurricane Florence.

After 9/11, Congress commissioned a report to look at what happened... Now the co-chairs are out with a NEW report - one THEY say helps fulfill that original charge.

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Bob Woodward talks with Terry about his new book Fear: Trump in the White House.  He writes, “The reality was that the U.S. in 2017 was tethered to the words and actions of an emotionally overwrought, mercurial and unpredictable leader.  Members of his staff had joined to purposefully block what they believed were the president’s most dangerous impulses.” Join us.

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In Venezuela, social media can be a life line to the outside world.  It might also put you – or your family - in danger.  Government censorship of news media has been an ongoing issue, and many are now concerned that social media censorship is next. How the crisis in Venezuela is affecting social media.

Performances by Lee Ann Womack, Caitlyn Smith, The Travelin' McCoury, Haley Heynderickx, and Anthony da Costa.

Mountain Stage with Larry Groce can be heard every Monday night at 10:00 pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ radio.krcb.org / Comcast Cable channel 961 all over the Bay Area / Download our free KRCB App for your iOS or Android device from the App Store & Google Play!

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All week on NPR, we’re looking at the tens of millions of Americans who don't vote. One stop: West Virginia, one of the lowest turnout states.

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Chef Jose Andres tells Terry about preparing millions of meals for the people of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Arriving in San Juan days after the hurricane, he recruited an army of volunteers. Andres wants governments and non-profits to rethink how we feed people in a natural disaster. His new memoir is We Fed an Island. Join us.

The Newport Folk Festival takes place every year at the end of July, 3 days, 4 stages, and a whole bunch of amazing musicians. On the next World Cafe, we’re going to listen to some of the recordings NPR Music’s Technical Director Josh Rogosin took over the course of the annual festival, and hear live performances from Brandi Carlile, The Lone Bellow, Margo Price, Toots and the Maytalls, Lucius, Darlingside, Glen Hansard and Moses Sumney. Hear all the collaborations, the cover songs, and the powerful messages of the 59th Annual Newport Folk Festival, coming up on World Cafe.

More Americans say they're enthusiastic about voting in a midterm election than at any point in the last two decades. But what about those who likely won't vote this November?  While there are barriers to voting, millions of Americans who *could* vote choose not to.  We'll examine why.


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