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Enjoy a Delicious Meal in Support of Public Television!
On October 1st, join chef Joanne Weir, host of the PBS show "Plates & Places," at the Ingomar Club for a special four-course dinner. The evening begins at 6 PM with a 'meet and greet' Prosecco reception, followed by dinner with wine pairings at 7 PM. Tickets are $150 per person and include the reception, dinner and wines. To purchase tickets, call the station at 707-445-0813 Monday through Friday between 9 AM and 5 PM.
Sunday, September 23rd at 8 PM
BIG VOICE is an award winning feature documentary chronicling a year in the life of the demanding Santa Monica high school choir director pushing his students to achieve artistry and become one big voice despite the obstacles they face.
Sunday, September 23rd at 11 PM
Spoken Word Open Mic/Community Based Themes. Word Humboldt is a space for you to speak your mind, be heard, be free and enjoy yourself away from the stress of the week.
Monday, September 24th at 8 PM
Anne Shirley heads to school in the city, and Matthew and Marilla face emptiness. Will Anne, overwhelmed by competition — especially from Gilbert Blythe — find that the dark cloud over her life does have a silver lining?
Tuesday, September 25th at 9 PM
The Mayo Clinic: Faith, Hope and Science tells the story of a unique medical institution that has been called a “Medical Mecca,” the “Supreme Court of Medicine,” and the “place for hope where there is no hope.” The Mayo Clinic began in 1883 as an unlikely partnership between the Sisters of Saint Francis and a country doctor named William Worrall Mayo after a devastating tornado in rural Minnesota. Since then, it has grown into an organization that treats more than a million patients a year from all 50 states and 150 countries. Dr. Mayo had a simple philosophy he imparted to his sons Will and Charlie: “the needs of the patient come first.” They wouldn’t treat diseases…they would treat people. In a world where healthcare delivery is typically fragmented among individual specialties, the Mayo Clinic practices a multi-specialty, team-based approach that has, from its beginnings, created a culture that thrives on collaboration.
Wednesday, September 26th at 8 PM
For centuries, owls have been featured in children’s books and folk tales capturing imaginations the world over. With their haunting calls and charismatic faces, these birds remain popular but mysterious because it’s rare to catch more than a glimpse of one in the wild. Unlike their cousins, the hawks, eagles and falcons, owls are the only bird of prey able to also hunt effectively at night when they have the skies to themselves. This has helped them become one of the most successful birds on earth, but the chief reason is due to their extraordinary super powers. To examine these special skills, filmmakers enlisted the help of veteran bird handlers, experts and technology to demonstrate and test the owl’s amazing abilities. The program follows the lives of two barn owl chicks from the moment they hatch to show their development into super-powered owls.