NAPAbroadcasting.com will soon be a great source for new music programs. We will not be another streaming music service or an online jukebox. We will be about curated music programs, covering a wide variety of genres and personalities.
It will be the place to go to learn about new music and about niche music. Our music programs might be about anything under the musical sun, from jazz to oldies to Rock. We will also be interactive with lots of reviews, samplers and information about the business of contemporary music. It’ll be your chance to be both a listener and an insider. Coming Soon!
SATURDAY, JULY 4, 2015
THE WALLFLOWERS PLUS ANDREW MCMAHON IN THE WILDERNESS
Fireworks Display Included
SATURDAY, JULY 11, 2015
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 2015
LYLE LOVETT AND HIS LARGE BAND
SATURDAY, JULY 25, 2015
MELISSA ETHERIDGE This is M.E. Solo
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 2015
TROMBONE SHORTY AND ORLEANS AVENUE
Recently-released data from the 2010 US Census reports that the number of same-sex households in Napa County totaled a scant 0.85%, making it the second lowest in the Bay Area, behind only Santa Clara County.
Knowing friends, neighbors and customers in the LGBT community, these numbers are clearly wrong. Apparently the census only counts those as LGBT who live together in a shared household. LGBT Americans living alone, or with a friend, or with mother, are not added to the same-sex tally by clueless census takers, even if they answer the door wearing a rainbow-colored thong or a KD Lang t-shirt or are Chaz Bono. This latest singling out of single people only fuels my fears of a national conspiracy to eliminate the chronically unmarried, or at least to isolate us in camps outside Salt Lake while Mitt Romney looks for partners for each of us so we can finally be part of a family, but don’t get me started.
One of the downsides for single women moving to the Napa Valley is that it renders them suddenly geographically undesirable as potential dates for the majority of available single men living in the Bay Area (of which there are currently two dozen or so).
Women here wishing to date men in, say, San Francisco, must cope with a Geographic Undesirability Index (GUI) rating of at least 6, spiking to 8 in the summer (when there’s traffic). This compares favorably to Sacramento and Santa Cruz women, who have a GUI closer to 10, which is the highest number there is, because any farther and why bother.
Other than Christopher Reeve, who used a time machine to travel back 60 years to date Jane Seymour in a movie, men as a rule are unwilling to drive more than 50 miles to date any woman, 25 if there’s a toll bridge involved.