A UC Davis climate expert discusses the prospects of drought-proofing California. More live coverage of the Fix 50 construction project. Pam Braun shares recipes from her “Ultimate Anti-Cancer Cookbook.” Plus, singer/songwriter Sandra Dolores.
CapRadio's Katie Orr recaps a Secretary of State debate. Catherine O'Brien talks about her film on dating, which will be shown at the Sacramento Film Fest. Plus, reggae rock band One Sharp Mind and Sound Advice with Blue Dog Jam host Nick Brunner.
The Political Junkie Ken Rudin talks about politicians weighing in on the Donald Sterling scandal. Prof. Gary Noy has a new book about the Sierras and we revisit a conversation with singer/songwriter Justin Ferrin.
CapRadio's Bob Moffitt reports from the Highway 50 road construction known as Fix 50. Then, the developer of an East Sacramento in-fill project and other supporters explain why they think McKinley Village works. And, music from Greg Brown.
The Political Junkie Ken Rudin joins Insight. With Fix 50 coming, we talk about telecommuting for work. Plus, the Biodigestion at UC Davis and the Sacramento Chamber Music Society at the Mondavi Stage.
Officials from Caltrans and the City of Sacramento answer questions about the Fix 50 project. CapRadio's Ben Adler talks about the governor's Rain day fund plan for Capitol Chat. Norman Rockwell's granddaughter, Daisy Rockwell, talks about her book.
Sacramento singer/songwriter Chris Fairman moved to Austin, Texas for a while and learned a lot about music and life. Now he’s back -– with a new band called Le Kelton and a new album titled “Saint.” And yes, it’s vinyl.
On Insight, we'll have a discussion on stray cats and what should be done to control their population. A Davis-based carpenter explains her new workshops aimed at teaching carpentry to women. And Donna Apidone on two new projects from James Lescroat.
On today's Insight, we'll have a discussion on the controversial McKinley Village Project in East Sacramento. Stockton Record Columnist Michael Fitzgerald speaks about the Google Barge and author Katie Hafner on her new memoir.
Political Junkie Ken Rudin returns. Stores in the Downtown Plaza explain how construction of a new arena is affecting business. And guests from the Effie Yeaw Nature Center talk about the new edition of “The Outdoor World of the Sacramento Region."
On today's Insight, Capitol Chat with CapRadio's Ben Adler and Peter Sagal visits the Mondavi Center. Plus, Bruce Dancis' new book about his time in prison during the Vietnam War. And J S Kingfisher's latest project "From the Moon to the Earth."
A CIR reporter explains why the Dept. of Veterans Affairs has paid $200 million for nearly 1,000 wrongful death cases since 2001. Sac State is exhibiting 100-year-old artifacts from Greece’s entry into WWI. Plus, Jonathan Carraba for Sound Advice.
Stockton will honor victims of violent crime as the community holds a Boys and Men of Color summit. Rick Kushman will talk about robots, birds and bubbles. And we'll take you back to the 70s and 80s with a discussion about synthesizers.
Today on Insight, we take a look at recent court decisions relating to campaign finance restrictions. On News Network, Jeff Hudson has more on what to expect on UC Davis' Picnic Day. Plus, more on "Critical Hit: An All-Geek Comedy Show."
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.