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Wednesday, December 21, 2016 Permalink

Insight: Homeless Death Increase / Kwanzaa 50th Anniversary / 'Buck, Buck, Moose' / Trombonist Jon Hatamiya

  

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    Sac Regional Coalition To End Homelessness Reports Rising Homeless Deaths In County

    Seventy-eight homeless men and women died in Sacramento last year. The Sacramento Regional Coalition to End Homelessness has a new report detailing those deaths. The group’s executive director joins Insight to discuss solutions.

  • The 50th Anniversary of Kwanzaa And Its History

    Kwanzaa was created 50 years ago this December in UCLA to celebrate the pan-African traditions across the globe. Michael Harris, coordinator for the California State Capitol Kwanzaa Celebration, joins Insight to discuss the holiday’s significance.

  • Hank Shaw Releases Kickstarted 'Buck, Buck, Moose'

    Rerun: “Buck, Buck, Moose” is the latest cook book from Hank Shaw, one of the Northern California’s celebrated food bloggers and authors. Shaw talks about the new book and what the journey from Kickstarter campaign to final fruition was like.

  • Trombonist And Composer Jon Hatamiya Returns Home

    Davis High School grad and trombonist Jon Hatamiya has established himself in the jazz world, performing at the Lincoln Center and composing his own pieces. He returns home for a show at the Davis Odd Fellows Hall on Dec. 30.

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