Sacramento's reputation is bolstered by events like the Amgen Tour, so is Mayor Kevin Johonson's. Sacramento Bee columnist Marcos Breton, who joins us at the start of each month, will talk about the mayor's status locally and nationally. You can find his columns in the Bee’s Our Region section every Wednesday and Sunday.
The Amgen Tour of California cycling event returns to Sacramento. We’ll will talk with Alison Powers, one of the top women cyclists in the United States, about her event in Tour of California, her training regimen, and the growth of cycling among female athletes.
Men aren’t necessarily prepared to be caregivers. That’s the lesson Coy Cross learned when his first wife was badly injured in a car accident and he attempted to take care of her, their family and their business all alone. When his second wife, Carol, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer he decided he was going to do things differently.
In the lead up to the airing of Capital Public Radio’s latest documentary “Who Cares,” Insight in focusing on different aspects of caregiving. Today, we’ll talk with the Air Force veteran and former Beale AFB historian about his experiences. He has written a book, “The Dhance: A Caregiver’s Search for Meaning,” to help other people, especially men, who find themselves suddenly caring for an ill or seriously injured loved ones.
World-renown concert pianist Konstantin Soukhovetski will be performing with the Auburn Symphony at the Mondavi Center in a "Mother's Day Extravaganza" concert Sunday. He joins us ahead of the concert for an intimate performance.