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CapRadio Reads

January 29, 2020

Tommy Orange — There There

Author Tommy Orange writes about a group of people from Oakland, Calif. sorting through their indigenous heritage in “There There.”

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Classical

January 29, 2020

New Classical Tracks: Tesla Quartet Explores The Contrast Of Light And Darkness In New Album

This week on New Classical Tracks, Tesla Quartet's founding violinist Ross Snyder discusses the ensemble's second album, 'Joy and Desolation.' The recording explores the contrast of light and darkness in music from the 18th century through today.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 29, 2020

Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus is holding the world’s attention as more and more cases are reported and deaths mount. In China, Lunar New Year celebrations have been cancelled and travel limited. But, there’s lots of misinformation about the virus and its spread.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 29, 2020

Fact Checking Claims About Prop. 13 And Bernie Sanders’ Ballot Placement

There are a lot of strong opinions about Prop 13. Many longtime California business and home owners strongly support it and want to protect all aspects of it, fearing the elimination of part of it could lead to the elimination of all of it.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 29, 2020

Pam Houston On Her Memoir And The Sierra Writer's Conference

The Sierra Writers Conference is coming up this weekend. Pam Houston will give the keynote on Saturday. She’s written in many genres, from novels to short stories, essays to memoir.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 28, 2020

Political Cartooning During The Impeachment

Editorial cartoonists have had a lot of material to work with over the past three years. How do they pick their subjects? And how partisan is too partisan? We ask Jack Ohman, the nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist for the Sacramento Bee.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 28, 2020

University Of The Pacific President-Designate Christopher Callahan

University of the Pacific has a new President-Designate. Christopher Callahan is set to take the university’s helm on July 1. He is currently the founding dean of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State.

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January 27, 2020

Kobe And Sacramento: NBA Reporter Ailene Voisin Remembers Kobe Bryant’s Relationship With The Kings

The untimely death of former NBA star Kobe Bryant Sunday at age 41 shocked fans throughout the world. Here in Sacramento, Bryant was an arch-rival of the Kings for nearly two decades.

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