Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Friday, March 17, 2017 Permalink

Insight: Capitol Chat / 'Forbidden Fruit' / 'Not For Rehire' / Sac Master Singers

  

    Segments

  • What Does The Future Of High-Speed Rail Travel Look Like Now?

    What are the roadblocks facing Governor Brown’s High-Speed Rail project and how soon could we see autonomous vehicles on California roads? State Government Reporter Ben Bradford has these answers in this week’s Capitol Chat.

  • German-Influenced Porcelain Exhibit 'Forbidden Fruit' Comes To Crocker Museum

    Chris Remington

    A special exhibit at the Crocker kicks off this weekend highlighting the incredible porcelain artwork of Chris Antemann. Antemann and Crocker assistant arts curator Christy Hajela explain the fascinating German influenced exhibit.

  • 'Not For Rehire:' One Comedian's Mishaps With Employment

    Jen Picard

    Comedian Keith Lowell Jensen shares his woes with employment in his new shot "Not For Rehire" at the Geery Theatre.

  • Sac Master Singers / Facebook

    Sacramento Master Singers Use Music To Heal

    Music can heal. That’s the thinking behind a new concert by the Sacramento Master Singers available for watching on March 18 and 19 at First United Methodist Church.

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