BIG NEWS! Epicenter: West Marin Affairs is now KWMR's regular one-stop-shop for community information and local issues coverage.
NEW TIME: Mon-Thurs, 5 - 5:30 PM
3rd Wednesdays = "Politics 101" with Herb Kutchins.
1st Thursdays = "Témas
de Inmigración" con Socorro Romo,
Alyssa Simpson, Augusto Conde, Jesus Martinez
Two edited interviews: The who and what of the 1st Annual Stinson Beach Doc Fest with Gail Graham and Harriet Moss, and then the backstory on Dia de los Muertos and the PRS procession with Ernesto Sanchez and Anna Maria Ramirez.
Jim Wigdel, Corporate Communications with the U.S. Postal Service is on to discuss the conditions and future of Post Offices in West Marin.
San Domenico School wins Green Ribbon award for excellence in sustainability practices. Lyons Filmer hosts Sister Gervaise Valpey, Shelley Flint, and Sim Van der Ryn.
What's going on with sea-level rise in Marin? Jack Liebster, the county planning manager for C-SMART is on to discuss the community meetings focused on our rising waters and changing climate. Then, Jennifer Chapman, Fire Communication and Educational Specialist with the SF Bay Area National Parks calls in.
Lyons Filmer speaks with fellow award-winning community radio broadcaster, Peggy Berryhill, at KGUA in Gualala. Peggy was just inducted into the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Hall of Fame, and is the subject of an upcoming documentary.
Kevin Lunny steps up to the mic and tells us about the next chapter for Drakes Bay Oyster Company.
Dan Howard, Superintendent of the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary, and Maria Howard, Superintendent of the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, return for an update on the proposed sanctuary boundary expansion, which would ban fossil fuel drilling from Point Arena to Half Moon Bay.