Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Thursday, September 7, 2017 Permalink

Insight: DACA Questions / Author Sasha Abramsky / Jewish Food Faire / Sound Advice Classical

Solomon's Delicatessen Facebook / Courtesy
 

Solomon's Delicatessen Facebook / Courtesy

A look at the unanswered questions surrounding the end of DACA.

Author Sasha Abramsky on the science of fear and how it intersects with politics.  

The 40th Annual Jewish Food Faire.

Sound Advice previews classical concerts in Sacramento.

    Segments

  • Unanswered Questions Around The End Of DACA

    Cody Drabble

    There are lots of unanswered questions about the Trump Administration's decision to phase out DACA. Blake Nordahl with the McGeorge Immigration Clinic provides some answers, and explains what questions are still uncertain.

  • Sasha Abramsky Explores America's Problem Of "Jumping At Shadows"

    Cody Drabble

    Author Sasha Abramsky shares his new book "Jumping At Shadows" about America's epidemic of irrational fear.

  • Solomon's Delicatessen Facebook / Courtesy

    Food Bridges Generations At 40th Annual Jewish Food Faire

    Cody Drabble

    The 40th Annual Jewish Food Faire returns to Congregation Beth Shalom in Carmichael. Co-Chairs Jami Goldstene and Lydia Ingrham share tasty treats and this year's theme "From Generation To Generation." They'll also discuss Solomon's Delicatessen.

  • Sound Advice: Fall Concerts Preview

    Chris Remington

    Music and theater reviewer Jeff Hudson looks ahead to the fall concerts hitting Sacramento including classical musicians, blind jazz performers and a Spanish bagpiper.

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