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It’s one thing to weigh pros and cons. But what about when all you have is con and con? This week, people choose between two bad options, when no good options exist.  

Hear This American Life, with host Ira Glass, every Friday night at 7:00 pm, repeating Saturday morning at 9:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91 / streaming @ radio.krcb.org / Comcast Cable channel 961 all over the Bay Area / and on-demand with the FREE KRCB App @ iTunes & Google Play!

Will Durst Finds Serious Humor in Politics

Oct 27, 2016

Political issues and positions are of secondary interest to comedian Will Durst. He zeros in on their personalities and foibles to, in his words, “put the ‘mock’ in democracy.”

Will Durst’s shows are, for the most part, carefully scripted—albeit with frequent updates. But he relishes the moments of ad lib interaction with the audience.

Will Durst brings his “Elect to Laugh 2016” show to the Cinnabar Theater in Petaluma on Sunday night at 7:30.

The Future of Editorial Cartooning

Oct 7, 2014

  As newspapers struggle to survive and prosper in the digital age, what will become of their specialized contributors, such as editorial cartoonists? They’re hustling to adapt to the new media landscape, as we hear on today’s North Bay Report. 

Mark Fiore and Jen Sorenson will be part of a panel discussing “Editorial Cartooning Today” at the Charles Schulz Museum on Sunday. Find details here.

Playful Video Promotes Carma Ride-sharing App

Aug 5, 2014

  A low-budget video to promote the Climate Protection Campaign’s new ride-sharing app features some well-known Sonoma County faces. It’s not entirely serious, but the intent behind it is.

The Carma app can be downloaded here. See the full video promoting it below: