We listen back to a previous interview with Ray Manzarek. An update on the Leila Fowler murder investigation. KVIE documentary on Yuba County mosque. Highlighting hunger in our area. Was the world more orderly following the Big Bang than it is now?
When will the gas price spike end and could it have been avoided? The mood of San Joaquin voters as the election nears and the recession drags on; A beer brewer is reviving Sacramento's tradition of growing hops; Award-winning poet Joshua McKinney.
Senior editor of The Sacramento Bee's opinion pages, Dan Morain, join us to discuss election season; Reinette Senum's one-woman show about her trek across Alaska; The history of "Sacramento's finest department store."
We'll hear analysis of the first Presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. UC Davis Conductor talks about his "Rising Stars of Opera." Cale Wiggins gets scary in this week's edition of Sound Advice
Sacramento's arts scene is facing aging buildings, growing competition and a lack of corporate sponsorship; An area high school debate team is taking state titles; A controversy over the use of the word "chateau" in wine labels.
A look at how Foothill communities are receiving a new law that bans using dogs in hunting; A documentary about using nature to stop bad behavior in kids; The hilarious off-Broadway musical about relationships I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change.
An exploration of California's business climate by comparing it to some of the nation's most business-friendly states; Army veterans and their stories of suffering through domestic violence; A new book about mail order brides in the Old West.
In this week's Capitol Chat we discuss the bills Governor Brown is signing into law, and a few of the ones he's vetoed; One group is getting kids cycling at an early age to improve their health; Renowned jazz bassist Christian McBride and his band.
An investigation into the controversy surrounding hydraulic fracturing "fracking" for natural gas; Constitutional expert Richard Beeman reflects on today's government; Sacramento Philharmonic's Latino performance; New indie music in Sound Advice.
The fight to curb basejumping from Foresthill bridge and limit food trucks in Auburn; Less than 1 percent of cats and dogs have pet insurance; A Davis teen is heading to Russia to dance in the ballet; Electronica symphony composer Samuel Carl Adams.
Wealthy education advocate Molly Munger explains Proposition 38; The 100 non-elected people shaping California public policy in 2012; A Laguna Creek High School musical poking fun at singing competitions; Todd Morgan sings to help an ill friend.