Eight tall ships will be making their way into Dana Point Harbor Sept. 11th for the 31st annual Tall Ships Festival.
There will be the Sunset Parade of Sails Friday, September 11th, followed by various activities Sept.12 and Sunday, Sept. 13th.
Please join KSBR News Director, Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Festival Director Tracy Kirby and Maritime Education Coordinator Art Zamarripa.
The Capistrano Unified School District educates about 53-thousand students a year, and the Saddleback Valley Unified School District does the same for about 30-thousand students. Some of the districts' boundaries as well as their respective schools near each other, and therefore, students may interact with others from a school district other than their own
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Capistrano Unified School District Superintendent Kirsten Vital, and Saddleback Valley Unified School District Superintendent Clint Harwick.
Saxman/Flutist Najee spoke with KSBR's Judy Davila about his tribute album to Stevie Wonder, his past work onstage with a legendary singer, and gives us insight into his new release "You, Me, and Forever" and his past works.
As he prepared for his 2015 performance at the Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts, vocalist Bill Cantos spoke with KSBR's Judy Davila about his career and the inspiration for his song, Love Wins.
Sickle Cell disease is a group of inherited red blood cell disorders. The red blood cells become hard and sticky and look like a "c" shaped farm tool called a "sickle." People with the disease live full lives and enjoy most of the activities that other people do.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Star Simmons, Founder of the Sickle Cell Foundation of Orange County, and Dr. Ron Brathwaite from The Loma Linda University Medical Center Internal Medicine. Star's 26 year old son and a 12 year old daughter suffer from the disease.
In this segment Craig talks about the recording process and gives an in-studio demonstration of songs that he has written.
In this segment guitarist Craig Chaquico talks about his days with Jefferson Starship and recording "Miracles" and other musical tidbits.
An organization which strives to encourage children fighting cancer to never ever give up is the Irvine based Jessie Rees Foundation - NEGU. NEGU stands for Never Ever Give Up.
The organization's volunteers fill joy-jars with toys for children battling cancer to spread hope, joy and love.
Join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes special guest; NEGU National Spokeswoman two time Swimming Olympian Kaitlin Sandeno.
The Nation'soldest and largest mentoring organization has been serving our County for nearly 60 years. The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County & Inland Empire provides one on one mentoring for every child who needs and wants one.
Last year, the organization served about 27 hundred children between the ages of Six thru 18, through 200-thousand volunteer hours.
KSBR News Director interviews Big Brothers Big Sisters Orange County & Inland Empire CEO Melissa Beck.