Insight: Capitol Chat / 'California Dream, Undocumented' / Capital Costumes / Dia De Los Muertos Exhibit / Sound Advice
The first half of Thursday's Insight involves CapRadio reporters breaking down crucial ballot measures and a new documentary from The View From Here while the second half features Capital Costume's Halloween commitment and a haunting Sound Advice.
A record number of Californians registered to vote for the November election. CapRadio reporter Ben Bradford explains the last minute registration surge and the contentious ballot measures up for your vote this November.
Reporter Julia Mitric talks about reporting for The View From Here's documentary titled "California Dream, Undocumented," and how attitudes toward undocumented immigrants are shifting. We hear the story of a man's 24-year journey into citizenship.
Capital Costumes has over a century of history in Northern California for supplying costumes to stage shows. This year, the shop commits to selling and renting costumes right up until Halloween. We are joined by shop owner Anna Silva.
The California Museum will feature an exhibit titled "Day of the Dead: Art of Dia de los Muertos 2016" to explore Mexican tradition. We are joined by Rob-O, who will talk about the importance of honoring deceased loved ones.
"Hey, Listen!" host Nick Brunner gives Sound Advice this week a Halloween spin, featuring themed tracks from Squirrel Nut Zippers, Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse and The Black Belles.