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Dear Friends,
February is Black History Month and we honor the contributions and achievements of black Americans by learning more about their stories. On the main KLRN channel and KLRN World you will find musical performances, history programs, documentaries and more. See the full list of programs here.

Special thanks to the San Antonio Express-News for partnering with us recently for "An Evening with Margaret Hoover." Reporter Gilbert Garcia engaged in a thoughtful conversation with Hoover about the current political climate, her role as a journalist, and her show Firing Line that airs Friday nights at 7:30 on KLRN. Click here to view the full conversation.

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Arthur Emerson | KLRN President and CEO
A New Hamsphire Primary: PBS Newshour - Vote 2020

DID YOU KNOW: You can watch previous episodes of Nature, NOVA, and most of your favorite KLRN programs online? Click here!
KLRN is local
Guest host Molly Cox talks with District 9 Councilman John Courage about tax incentives for new housing projects downtown. Melody Woosley, who is with the city's Department of Human Services, details a new focus on dealing with domestic violence. Emily Donaldson of The Rivard Report discusses her current story on wasteful energy spending by the Northside Independent School District, and San Antonio Express News columnist Gilbert Garcia talks about issues facing local Republican Party leadership.
Researchers at the UTSA are using nanodisks, or magnetic technology to help stimulate brain neurons in people who suffer from neuromuscular diseases, such as Lou Gehrig’s disease. They have completed several successful treatments that they can observe under the microscope.
The San Antonio Film Commission has awarded $5000.00 dollars grants to help 5 local filmmakers complete a production project. The 2020 San Antonio Local Filmmaker Grant winners, Eduardo Ibarguen Ruiz-Healy, Dean Hollis, Aundar Ma’at, and Alex Ramirez discuss their film projects with KLRN on this edition of the Beat.

See all episodes at www.klrn.org/thebeat
The Story Goes is a bi-weekly podcast that celebrates our community’s collective successes, highlights our shared challenges, and inspires listeners to take action. In this collaboration between KLRN and SA2020, listeners will get to know the people and organizations creating change in San Antonio.
KLRN Create
Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 9PM
RICK STEVE'S EUROPE: Florentine Delights and Tuscan Side Trips
In this second of a two episodes on Florence, we enjoy more of the exquisite artistic treasures of the city that propelled Europe out of the Middle Ages. Then we side-trip to a couple of rival cities and cultural capitals in their own right, Pisa and Lucca, where we’ll marvel at a tipsy tower, circle a city on its ramparts, and enjoy some Puccini in his hometown.
Friday, Feb. 7 at 7PM
MOLLY OF DENALI: Valentine's Day Disaster; Porcupine Slippers
Molly and Trini gather supplies to make suncatchers for their friends, but they lose the beads on the way home from Nenana; Molly wants to surprise Mom with a pair of traditional beaded slippers for her birthday.
KLRN World
Saturday, Feb. 8 at 7PM
AMERICA REFRAMED: Late Blossom Blues
A look at the daily life of Mississippi guitarist Leo "Bud" Welch, who released his debut blues record in 2014 at the age of 81.
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Stubborn and determined detective Valeria Ferro endeavors to solve the challenging puzzles behind crimes motivated by jealousy, vendettas, and repressed anger to seek the truth and justice. She struggles with her own demons from her past that come back to life when her mother is released from jail after seventeen years. From Walter Presents, in Italian with English subtitles.
Part 1: 'No One Ever Taught Me Any of That.'
Incarcerated men and women in New York State are admitted to the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI), one of the most rigorous college programs in America. As they begin their studies at Eastern and Taconic Correctional facilities, they discover that they will be held to the same high standards as Bard College students on the main campus in Annandale-on-Hudson.