Sunday’s a big day. It’s Father’s Day, there’s the final round of the U.S. Open in golf, the World Cup will be in full flight, and the weather looks like it’ll be great. But Capital Public Radio will be spending it at the Capitol. That’s because Sunday is also the day we’re expecting the final vote on California’s budget. Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler joins us to explan more.
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We’ve entered the age of cured meats and artisan cheeses in Sacramento. Restaurants offering little more than fine meat and cheese are popping up and sticking. The Rind in Midtownis celebrating its one-year anniversary Saturday with fanfare, cheese and events.
See also the newly-opened artisan food stops Block Butcher Bar in Midtown and The Cultured and the Cured in East Sacramento. But what’s driving the demand for handcrafted, artisanal food? Joining us to answer this question with some samples of their craft is Sara Arbarian, cheesemonger at The Rind, and Michael Tuohy, who runs Block Butcher Bar.
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The Grammy Award-winning folk group “Carolina Chocolate Drops” will be performing at the Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto July 2. The band joined us in our studio last year ahead of a sold-out show in Sacramento and this time around there may still be some tickets left.