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|2019-02-27Feb 27, 2019
KBBF board member Caroline Bañuelos, who is also a member of Santa Rosa Together, and Pat Kuta of the Roseland Library Coalition have been covering the saga of the Roseland branch of the Sonoma County Library. Their January 30th article in the Press Democrat, “Close to Home: Roseland Library Seeks a Home,” outlined the challenges facing this branch. The Trans March Organizing Committee invites trans people and allies to show up for a march and rally on Sunday, March 31st at 3pm.
|2019-01-28Jan 28, 2019
The last edition of RadioLand introduced readers to Julio Lucas’ Tuesday evening program, “Invítame a Tu Tierra.” “Speaking of Palestine” airs on February 4th from 4pm to 5pm. The discussion will be about Israeli military detention of Palestinian children, with a special guest from Defense of Children International Palestine. Movimiento Cultural de la Unión Indígena (MCUI) and KBBF invite listeners to Cena Oaxaca.
|2018-12-30Dec 30, 2018
Community recognition can be essential for organizations. However, Sonoma County’s elected officials tend to overlook KBBF’s contributions to local news coverage and culture. Thus, KBBF is hosting its own event to honor its hard work! January 19th is the date, and the public is invited. Thanks to the volunteers and listeners who make the station great. For more information, call KBBF at 545-8833.
|2018-10-26Oct 26, 2018
Remember to vote November 6th! KBBF airs programs featuring news and views about Sonoma County and California, helping you vote for what is important to you and your community. Women’s Spaces host Elaine B. Holtz points out, “This is the first time the city of Santa Rosa will be voting by districts and the six candidates for the Santa Rosa City Council were interviewed in the [KBBF] studio
|2018-10-06Oct 6, 2018
Junk in the trunk takes on new meaning at KBBF’s annual Trunk or Treat fiesta. You’ll get your fill of Halloween candy as well as eye candy when the station’s parking lot is taken over by classic tricked-out lowriders, rat rods, and viclas carrying sweet treats. Children of all ages can go from car to car for Halloween goodies starting at 3pm. Costumes are optional.
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