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|2017-11-22Nov 22, 2017
As Sonoma County begins the process of recovering and rebuilding after the wildfires that ravaged many neighborhoods and parklands, organizations continue to do vital outreach to the community.
|2017-10-23Oct 23, 2017
At a time when media outlets from around the state and country were covering the wildfires in Sonoma County, KBBF emerged as the only radio station providing live information 24/7 in Spanish. Listeners not only heard breaking news about the fires, containment, and evacuations, but also more in-depth information and interviews from people on the front lines and impacted areas.
|2017-09-27Sep 27, 2017
United We Dream. No to Racist Policy. Dreamers, Not Criminals. No Deportations. These were the signs at theDefending DACA vigil that took place on September 1, on Sebastopol Road. It all began whenJuan Román, the host of KBBF’s Late Night Oldies show (airing Sundays, from 10pm to midnight), entered into a dialogue on the air about the youth in the community and the urgency of speaking up to show support for them. He envisioned a public gathering and described what he wanted to organize as a “family-friendly action…to show collective solidarity.”
|2017-08-30Aug 30, 2017
KBBF was as busy as ever this summer. There were fundraising events at the station, including theARTStravaganza and the night of cumbia withLos Ritmicos. Now, preparations are underway forTrunk or Treat, KBBF’s fourth annual pre-Halloween, family-oriented party.
|2017-07-30Jul 30, 2017
KBBF is rising to the challenge to navigate audiences through these difficult political times. As part of the station’s goal to connect with the community and represent it well, Alicia Sánchez, Andre Andrus, Alan Bloom attended theNational Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB)conference in Denver in July.
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