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KVCR NOW: Parolees Get a Second Chance

San Bernardino Community College District's EDCT (Economic Development and Corporate Training) is on a path to augment the services provided by programs that serve parolees in regaining their lives after prison. For more stories: www.kvcr.org/now Field Production Assoc.: Jonathan Loza, Nicholle Baron Producer/ Editor/ Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Supervising Producer: Lillian Vasquez Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz Special Thanks: Eddie Rubio

KVCR NOW: Future students LEADing at CSUSB

The 7th annual Latino Education & Advocacy Days (LEAD) summit, highlights black, brown, and indigenous unity with multiple key speakers such as former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and NCN Director Jerry Tello, who discuss some of the key problems with education in our community, and good ways to solve them. More Stories at KVCR.org/now Editor: Jonathan Loza Supervising Producers: Eddie Tahuka-Nunez & Jhoann Acosta-Idda Field Producer/Camera: Eddie Tahuka-Nunez Camera: Matt Ornelas Series Producer: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Rialto's Wet Paint Larry

Rialto artist turns his life around after taking his Graffiti talent onto canvas, clothing and accessories to become a local sensation. Larry Jones (Wet Paint Larry) is not only an entrepreneur, but has become an inspiration to many youth in his community. More Stories at KVCR.org/now Field Production Associate: Nicholle Baron Producer/ Camera/ Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Supervising Producer: Lillian Vasquez Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: SBVC STEM Cart

Through a grant from the US Department of Education, San Bernardino Valley College students in the STEM Program worked together to create the first reusable energy 60's cart. View more stories like this at kvcr.org/now Editor 1: Matt Ornelas Field Production Assoc.: Nicholle Baron Producer/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Director: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: STEMapalooza Science

San Bernardino Valley College gathered male and female junior high, high school and college students to expose them to the many opportunities that await them in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. For more stories, or to support your PBS station visit www.KVCR.org/now Editor: Matt Ornelas Camera: Daniel Adame Camera/Supervising Editor:Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: STEMapalooza Technology

San Bernardino Valley College gathered male and female junior high, high school and college students to expose them to the many opportunities that await them in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. For more stories, or to support your PBS station visit www.KVCR.org/now Editor: Matt Ornelas Camera: Daniel Adame Camera/Supervising Editor:Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: STEMapalooza Engineering

San Bernardino Valley College gathered male and female junior high, high school and college students to expose them to the many opportunities that await them in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. For more stories, or to support your PBS station visit www.KVCR.org/now Editor: Matt Ornelas Camera: Daniel Adame Camera/Supervising Editor:Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: STEMapalooza Math

San Bernardino Valley College gathered male and female junior high, high school and college students to expose them to the many opportunities that await them in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. For more stories, or to support your PBS station visit www.KVCR.org/now Editor: Matt Ornelas Camera: Daniel Adame Camera/Supervising Editor:Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Kinsey Collection History Lesson in SB

Through their collection of photos, artifacts, documents and art, the Kinsey's presented a lesson in American History that is not often told. San Bernardino Superintendent of Schools Ted Alejandre invited local high schools and county officials to be enlightened at the National Orange Show. For more stories visit www.kvcr.org Producer/Editor/Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz Special thanks to San Bernardino Community College District Chancellor Bruce Baron

KVCR NOW: IE's Kim Carter for 2015 CNN Hero

Founder of Time for Change Foundation Kim Carter is nominated for the 2015 CNN Heroes Award. Her work helping homeless women to regain control of their lives has earned her a spot in the Top 10. We learn her story and other women's who have had success in the program. More stories at www.kvcr.org/now Producer/Camera/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: DACA

KVCR visited the San Bernardino Mexican Consulate and Valley College to learn what role the program Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) plays in our community. For more stories: www.kvcr.org/now Camera: Daniel Adame Editor: Matt Ornelas Producer/ Editor/ Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Native Day in San Bernardino

San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and California State University, San Bernardino co-hosted Native Day in order to educate elementary school students on the existence and importance of California's First People. www.kvcr.org/now Camera/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda FNX NOW Series Producer/ Editor: Terria Smith Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Inland Empire Museum of Art

The Inland Empire Museum of Art (IEMA) needs a home. While the museum continues to search for funding and a location, it showcases its collection in the form of temporary events. KVCR NOW visited the IEMA Exhibit at the Pomona fair grounds. For more Stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Camera/Field Production Associate: Daniel Adame Producer/Editor/Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Miss Sherman 2015-2016

Our FNX Team visited the Sherman Indian High School in Riverside to experience the crowning of the 2015-2016 Miss Sherman. For more stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now www.fnx.org FNX NOW Series Producer/Camera: Terria Smith KVCR NOW Series Producer: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Hello HumanKindness in San Bernardino

Dignity Health and St. Bernardine Medical Center are taking a special message to Elementary School students on the topic of Bullying. KVCR visited Abraham Lincoln Elementary School during a Hello HumanKindness event. For more Stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Producer/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Camera/Assistant Editor: Daniel Adame Camera: Matt Ornelas Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Saving for College

KVCR visited the offices of the official California state sponsored college savings plan, ScholarShare, and spoke with a participant of the program. Like a 401K prepares families for retirement, a 529 College Savings Plan prepares participants for the high costs of Higher education. For more Stories visit: www.kvcr.org Producer/Editor/Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Field Production Associate: Eddie Tahuka Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Men in Math

Inspired by the Women in Math event, San Bernardino Valley College hosts Men in Math for a third year, to empower high school and college students from the community in the areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). For more Stories visit: kvcr.org/now Camera: Tim Stytle Producer/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Saving Inland Empire Homes

KVCR visited a San Bernardino event hosted by Hope Now alongside the NID Housing Counseling Agency. National mortgage companies and non-profit organizations united to educate struggling homeowners on how to solve issues like foreclosure. Such events continue to take place locally and nationally. For more Stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Producer/Editor/Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Temecula Vineyard Gives Hope to Adults with Special Needs

KVCR visited Spero Vineyards in Temecula to learn more about its Viticulture Vocational Training program created to give employment opportunities to individuals with special needs. Landowners Eva and Mark Woodsmall provide hands-on agricultural training in hopes that the experience will lead to work at any of the larger vineyards in the area. For more Stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Field Producer: Lillian Vasquez Cameras: Daniel Adame and Tim Stytle Series Producer/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: San Manuel Gift to FNX

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians partnered with KVCR and the San Bernardino Community College District to create the first national Native American television channel. Four years after first hitting the air, the Tribe has generously gifted First Nations Experience (FNX) 6 million dollars. For more Stories visit: kvcr.org/now Studio Production Team: Eli Semotiuk, Tim Stytle, Daniel Adame, Al Gondos Producer/Editor/Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: San Bernardino County ROP

KVCR visited the new Regional Occupational Program facility serving the San Bernardino County communities, and learned about the different programs available. For more Stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Associate editor: Terrance Hewitt Interviewer: Lillian Vasquez Supervising producer/editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Inland Empire African American Legacy

With help from the community, Wilmer Amina Carter and husband William H. Jacocks (also known by his African name Ratibu) are attempting to set a new standard in archiving the history of the Inland Empire, with an emphasis on the African American contribution to the development of the Inland Empire. For more Stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Producer/Editor/Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Field Production Associate: Eddie Tahuka Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Drew's Drum Against Bullying

Children's Book Authors visit KVCR Radio Station to promote anti-bullying campaign. For more stories: www.kvcr.org/now Camera: Tim Stytle Editor: Daniel Adame Producer: Lillian Vasquez Executive Producer Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Inland Empire United Way

KVCR highlights the main programs offered by Inland Empire United Way to help the community: 2-1-1, Kidspack and School Tools. Hands On Inland Empire is a way for community members to get involved. For more stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Producer/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: STEM Program at Crafton Hills College

STEM Pathways aims to give Crafton Hills College students the guidance necessary to go on to 4-year colleges in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. KVCR attended the program's orientation and witnessed an exciting activity. For more stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Field Production and Editing Team: Matt Ornelas, Erwin Grifis, Danielle Maxwell Supervising Producer/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Exective Producer: Alfredo Cruz A special thanks to the California State University students for their enthusiasm on this project and commitment to KVCR.

KVCR NOW: The Villas in Colton

KVCR highlights the City of Colton's first affordable senior living complex that has begun bringing back seniors who were displaced at the time of retirement. For more stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Supervising Producer/Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Editors: Matt Ornelas, Danielle Maxwell Assistant Editors: Max Rodriguez, Sergio Martinez, James Hagmann Field production team: James Hagemann, Greg Ramlagan and Manuel Ramirez Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz A special appreciation for the San Bernardino Valley College and California State University students for their enthusiasm on this project and commitment to KVCR.

KVCR NOW: Nanotechnology in San Bernardino

KVCR attended the 2014 Nanotechnology Summit at the San Bernardino Applied Technology Training Center. San Bernardino Valley College Honor students are educated in the field of Nanotechnology as part of the plan to create a trained workforce that hopes to attract employers to the area. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support For more stories visit: www.kvcr.org/now Producer/Editor/Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Exective Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Fender Stratocaster's 60th

KVCR celebrates the 60th Anniversary of Fender Stratocaster - the electric guitar that changed music forever. We joined the road trip during their San Bernardino stop and visited the Corona visitor center. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Frank Blanquet and Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Idyllwild Native American Arts Festival

KVCR and FNX NOW collaborated to highlight the Idyllwild Native American Arts Festival. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Jhoann Acosta-Idda and Daniel Adame Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: CSUSB Jazz Fest

KVCR visited California State University, San Bernardino's 3rd annual Jazz Fest in 2013 and now informs the community of this year's event. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Editors: Daniel Adame and Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: My Thiero Boys

KVCR caught up with Vana Thiero in Los Angeles to talk about her five-part documentary on dealing with autism in the home and society. Thiero is a filmmaker and mother of two boys diagnosed with Autism who strives to bring awareness to our society in which currently 1 in 68 children are suffering from Autism. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor / Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Exective Producers: Alfredo Cruz and Lillian Vasquez

KVCR NOW - Frida Kahlo: Her Photos

KVCR visits the Museum of Latin American Art where some of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera's personal photos are displayed. These photos were found in Kahlo's Mexico home, La Casa Azul, after 50 years of concealment. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Frank Blanquet and Jhoann Acosta-Idda Supervising producer: Frank Blanquet Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Little League Baseball in San Bernardino

Summer 2013 - KVCR visited the Little League baseball Western Region Headquarters in San Bernardino California. The city hosted the Western Region Championship at the Al Houghton Stadium. From here, two teams would advance to the Little League World Series. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Jhoann Acosta-Idda, Daniel Adame and Kristen McCarthy Executive Producer: Kenn Couch

KVCR NOW: EBANO - A Photographic Exhibit

In celebration of Black History Month, KVCR visits the National Orange Show Art Gallery to shed light on EBANO: An Art Exhibit, which celebrates the heritage that exists between African and Latino communities; especially the Mexican culture. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Frank Blanquet and Jhoann Acosta-Idda Supervising producer: Frank Blanquet Executive Producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW - Entrepreneurship Institute of San Bernardino

San Bernardino Valley College offers an Entrepreneurship program for people who are running a struggling business, or are thinking of starting a business. Program instructors hope the the EIOSB will help the city of San Bernardino's economy. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor / Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive producer: Alfredo Cruz

KVCR NOW: Summer Concerts in the Inland Empire

Summer concerts are a popular scene in the Inland Empire. KVCR NOW exposes to the community that one can enjoy an evening of music under the stars. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Jhoann Acosta-Idda and Kristen McCarthy Executive Producer: Kenn Couch

KVCR NOW: Inland Empire Future Leaders

Citi Community Developer grants $25,000 to Inland Empire Future Leaders Program. The organization teaches financial literacy to high school students in order to better prepare them for college and leadership in their communities. KVCR's Jhoann Acosta speaks with members of the program. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Jhoann Acosta-Idda and Daniel Adame Executive Producer: Kenn Couch

KVCR NOW: 13th Annual Youth Art Exhibit

KVCR NOW invites the community to view artwork created by students in the Temecula and Murrieta areas. Children from various public and private schools display their original pieces throughout the Promenade Temecula for all to enjoy. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://kvcr.org/Support Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Frank Blanquet and Jhoann Acosta-Idda Supervising producer: Frank Blanquet Executive Producer: Kenn Couch

KVCR NOW: Latin Grooves in the I.E. - Salsa

KVCR NOW explores the Latin dance scene in the Inland Empire as Jhoann Acosta is taken on a journey that leads to the conclusion that everyone can dance! Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://www.kvcr.org Producer / Editor: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Cameras: Jhoann Acosta-Idda, Alvin Prakash and Daniel Adame Executive Producer: Kenn Couch

KVCR NOW: 91 HOV Project - What to expect

KVCR NOW explores the reasons behind the increasingly slow traffic on the 91 freeway through Riverside. Jhoann Acosta speaks with members of the community and a Caltrans official. Support your Inland Empire PBS/NPR station. http://www.kvcr.org Producer / Editor / Camera: Jhoann Acosta-Idda Executive Producer: Kenn Couch

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