Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Friday, June 1, 2018 Permalink

Insight: Capitol Chat / Local Races Heat Up In Nevada County / 'Beethoven Meets Graffiti' In Modesto / Remembering The Alhambra

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Sacramento's legendary Alhambra Theatre, pictured here in 1954, was demolished in 1973.

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    Segments

  • Capital Public Radio

    Capitol Chat: Final Days For Primary Campaigns

    CapRadio reporters Ben Adler and Ben Bradford share some of their reporting from the final days of the primary campaigns for major offices, including California governor and the House of Representatives.

  • Nevada County Braces For Two Contentious Local Races

    Cody Drabble

    Journalist Amy Westervelt explains why two local races in Nevada County are heating up.

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    'Beethoven Meets Graffiti' At The Modesto Symphony Orchestra

    Jen Picard

    Pianist Alejandro Sabre composed the new piece "Graffiti Jive" for a concert celebrating Modesto Symphony Orchestra maestro David Lockington's 10th anniversary as conductor.

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    Alhambra Theatre Is Remembered In Documentary Screening This Weekend

    Jen Picard

    The legendary theater was torn down in 1973, but its history lives on in the documentary “Alhambra: Sacramento’s Palace of Fantasy.”

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