Tee Watts is hosting a new show, the Cyber-Soul Man Review. The show airs every Tuesdays from 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Soul music incorporates the elements of gospel music and rhythm and blues with an emphasis on vocalists.
Take time to listen to Tee on Tuesday at 3:00 p.m.!
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Steven Solomon from FEMA is the featured guest on the Philadelphia Lawyer Show on Saturday, October 10, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. The Philadelphia Lawyer Show is hosted by Ron Green. Calls will be taken during the show.
The show will be re-aired on Monday, October 12 at 10:00 a.m.
Remember to tune in at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday.No Comments »
Join Allen and Aqeela Markowswki every other Friday morning from 9 – 10 .m. This is a call-in show featuring various topics with a focus on #s (Numerology). Call Allen and Aqeela at 707/263-3435.No Comments »
If you know someone at the Lake County Correctional Facility, listen to Radio Jail on Sundays from 6 – 7 p.m. Call in a shout out to inmates on 707/2663-3435.No Comments »
KPFZ is pleased to announce the addition of two new shows to its schedule.
On Sundays, listen to the Grooveyard Shift with Scott Church. The show starts at 11 p.m. (Sunday) and runs until 5 a.m. (Monday).
On the second Saturday, join a new Wordweavers show, hosted by local attorney William Conwell. The show runs from 4 to 5 p.m.No Comments »
Get your Halloween costume ready! Herb Gura’s band, Without a Net, will be performing a benefit concert for KPFZ at the Finley Grange on Halloween, October 31, 2015. Tee Watts is the MC.
Meet the KPFZ folk – programmers, members, and listeners – at the KPFZ Halloween Party. The fun starts at 6 p.m. and goes until 10 p.m. at the Big Valley Grange. The Big Valley Grange is located at 1510 Big Valley Road in Finley. Prizes will be awarded for the Most Incredible Costume, the Best Couple Costume, and the Most Creative Costume. Bring a dish to share for dinner. There will be a no-host bar featuring beer and wine.
Entry is $12 for KPFZ members (remember to bring your membership card) and $15 for non-members.
Mark your calendar for what is sure to be the best Halloween celebration ever!No Comments »
KPFZ has returned to regular programming after the Valley Fire emergency. Continue to tune in to 88.1 FM, and call the Studio line at 707/263-3435 if you need or have information. (Some programmers may take calls off-air.) Here are some quick links :
- The Lake County Office of Emergency Services (OES) 24-hour local support line is : 888-565-2787. Also check their facebook page The Lake County Local Assistance Center (LAC) website has useful information.
- FEMA is helping people affected by the Valley Fire. They recommend that you register by calling 800-621-3362 or visiting the FEMA Website. Or you can go to the Disaster Recover Center in Middletown, 21256 Washington St, Middletown (in the large tent next to the library) and at 14840 Olympic Drive, Clearlake (near Safeway), Sunday 12-5 pm, then 8 am to 6 pm. You will need your Social Security Number, and information about your house and any insurance. Note. You may be eligible for grants or Small Business Administration (SBA) loans even if you have insurance. If you were affected by the Rocky or Jerusalem fires you are NOT ELIGIBLE for FEMA general assistance, but for the Rocky Fire you ARE eligible for SBA low-interest loans (as low as 1.87% for 30 years).
- Sign up for FREE Fire Debris Disposal by completing a “Right of Entry” form at the Disaster Recovery Center (see above) or call the Lake County Environmental Health Department : 707-263-1164. After your property is cleaned you will get a certificate, which will be required when you apply for building permits. If you try to do it yourself you will have to pay for all the chemical tests, toxic waste disposal and the certification.
The cleanup process, maps and plans are described at Cal Recyle. Interactive maps of damaged sites are at LAC Damage Maps and Lists
- Volunteers : North Coast Opportunities has a list of over 170 volunteer positions, including organisations such as the Local Assistance Center, various Churches and Shelters. Or call 707-929-3563, Ext. 2. Any organisation which needs volunteers can register with them.
- Nils Palsson and Betsy Cawn have put together an Information Sheet. The editable version is Here An older, archived, printable version is linked from here: 9/17/15 PDF version
- An additional list of resources is available at Support Loop
- The official list of damaged or destroyed properties is at Lake County LAC. As of 9/25/15 the incident report says that the fire has destroyed Approximately 1,958 structures, including 1,280 homes, 27 multi-family structures, 66 commercial properties, and 585 other minor structures such as outbuildings and can you buy cialis over the counter in australia sheds. In addition, 93 structures have been damaged including 41 homes, 7 commercial properties and 45 other minor structures. This is almost 4% of Lake County’s stock of about 34,000 homes.
- KPFZ has been getting some good media reports
If you want to refer to a web site with a long URL (link address) add a Comment at the bottom of our front page before you call in.
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On Monday, September 14, 2015, KPFZ staff was interviewed by KPCC, a community radio station from Pasadena. You can listen to the interview here.
The LA Times was one of the first to report on KPFZ: Old and new media play helpful roles during Valley fire and a follow-up : Rural radio station offers a calming voice amid Valley fire confusion
Lake County Magazine did a really great article about KPFZ.
Contra Costa Times talked about KPFZ in this article on the Valley Fire.
Even Stars and Stripes has noted the way KPFZ has helped during this event.
Enjoy this interview by the Canadian Broadcasting Company – Radio. KPFZ is featured in Part Three.No Comments »
The Lake County Community Radio (KPFZ 88.1 FM) Board of Directors meets on the third Wednesday of the month.
The next meeting is on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.
Board members meet upstairs at 149 North Main Street in Lakeport. The public is always encouraged and welcome to attend.
Mark your calendars! See you there.
Future meeting – November 18, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.No Comments »