Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016 Permalink

Insight: Ineligible Voters / African American Museum / Remembering Eden / Keyboard Conversations

  

    Segments

  • Eric Risberg / AP

    Dogs And Dead People Among Eligible Voters In Nevada County

    There are dozens of ineligible "people" receiving voter registration cards in Nevada County through the Voter Participation Center. Pascale Fusshoeller from YubaNet investigates how voter registration falls into the wrong hands ... or paws.

  • Gina McVey / Facebook

    New Smithsonian African American Museum Features Rifle From Grandfather Of Elk Grove Woman

    The new Smithsonian African American Museum features a rifle from the grandfather of Elk Grove's Gina McVey. She'll speak to us on Insight about her grandfather and the recognition he's received for his service with the Harlem Hellfighters.

  • "Engineering Eden" Tells Story Of Man Killed By Grizzly Bear In Yellowstone National Park

    "Engineering Eden" is the title of a new book by Northern California writer Jordan Fisher Smith, recounting the story of Harry Walker, who was killed by a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park. Smith joins us to highlight parts of the book.

  • Pianist Jeffrey Siegel Returns To Harris Center For 'KeyBoard Conversations'

    Pianist Jeffrey Siegel returns to the Harris Center this year with his upcoming Keyboard Conversations performance. He joins Insight to talk about the three-part event where he offers commentary and virtuosic performance to classic pieces.

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