What was on Mayor Kevin Johnson’s agenda besides the arena? Analysis of his State of the City address. Twenty years ago, Bear Valley skiier Kyle Rasmussen was on the Olympic stage; he reminisces with us. Plus relationship advice and Sound Advice.
One Insight Rick Kushman talks with Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr about gubernatorial, Tim Donnelly. Then in honor of Valentines day we ask Dr. Sarah Strand about the Neurobiology of Love. Also Patrick Mulvaney and the Elder Statesman of Afropop.
Paul Robins’ book “Did Sid?,” a new murder mystery set in Sacramento. Plus a book for kids about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch called “Plastics, Ahoy!” and Ballet for Valentine’s weekend? Ron Cunningham & Choreographer Ma Cong preview their work.
The Political Junkie, Ken Rudin checks in. Nobel Prize nominee Father John Dear discusses his new book “The Non-Violent Life.” B Street Theatre is staging “Around the World in 80 Days.” And a preview of the updated CA State Library.
South Lake Tahoe’s Olympian Maddie Bowman is ready for Opening Ceremonies. Maddie and her mom share their views on the Games. Plus pianist Jacqueline Schwab and impressionist McAvoy Lane in “Mark Twain’s America."
On Insight, California Fisheries Chief Stafford Lehr and fishing expert Alan Fong talk about new drought-related restrictions. We’ll talk with Squaw Valley’s Andy Wirth as Sochi’s issues continue. Plus, women’s Heart Health and Sound Advice.
A bill aimed at drought relief will be voted on today in DC. Insight speaks to local lawmakers and Reporter Matt Lazlo on what it means. SacBee's Marcos Breton joins Insight for a chat. And Basketball Player Dylan Garrity and Artist Bryan Valenzuela.
How Nevada is coping during the drought. Jeff Hudson crunches state unemployment numbers. Chris Enss talks about "Love Lessons from the Old West." And meet the Sacramento host of the Food Network series "Buy This Restaurant!"
A conversation with American Mountain Climber Melissa Arnott, the Political Junkie discusses the Super Bowl and CA's water shortage. Drought in the communities of Healdsburg and Cloverdale and more on well-known Yoga Instructor Ramanand Patel.
Katie Orr stops by for Capitol Chat. With guacamole on our minds for Super Bowl Sunday, avocados is the crop in the spotlight today. A new book takes a look at the Sacramento valley and rivers. Plus, a local teacher has a tribute for Pete Seeger.
Insight speaks to a financial expert to explain MyRA, plus a Sierra snow report and the forecast for Stockton's asparagus crop. A live Sound Advice from the Crocker Art Museum with CapRadio's Gary Vercelli.
A recap of the State of the Union Address. Insight explores new farming techniques called hydroponics and aquaponics. CapRadio Reads celebrates its first anniversary and The Not Dying Girl Lauren McCullough stops by to talk about her life.
Sacramento's city council is considering the proposed McKinley Village housing development in East Sacramento. Supporters say it would be smart urban infill. But opponents say it would put too many homes in the area.
Beth's week in Russia was supposed to be a vacation, but she couldn't keep from interviewing interesting people... like Dieter Ruehle, organist at the Sochi hockey venue. He even gave Beth and a CBC colleague a demonstration.