Ami Bera's plan for California's 7th congressional district; Sacramento's artisan coffee scene moves to the subarbs; 15-year old Rose Vermazen shares her stories of dancing with the Bolshoi Academy; John Lee Hooker Jr.'s new album "All Hooked Up"
The tragic events of Sandy Hook Elementary School are a traumatic reminder of Stockton's 1989 shooting; Saturday's divisive referendum vote in Egypt; Cutting back on holiday energy use this winter; Local jazz musician Joe Gilman's new album.
Ben Adler wraps up 2012 in this week's Capitol Chat; McClatchy Library's book "Memories of McClatchy Library," a compilation of memories from the early 1940s to the present; Australian concert band members join musical ranks with Rio Americano High.
The implications of the Governor's recent medical news; Crayfish poaching threatens the Tahoe Lobster Company; The Found Footage Festival features found videos in a show at CSUS; Nick Brunner talks about Blue Dog Jam music for Sound Advice
Two former NFL players and a KVIE producer discuss concussions before a KVIE documentary on the subject; "XII: Square" exhibit showcases the intrigue of square photos; Rick Kushman offers advice on sparking wines, which aren't just for celebrations.
We discuss the impending fiscal cliff and its potential ramifications in California; This week's News Network joins together two News & Review publications from Sacramento and Reno; "The Alabaster Orphan", a controversial portrayal of Jesus' mother.
Grief is discussed in the wake of recent events; A decision about the first new regional plan in Tahoe since 1987; A documentary about the railroad pass from Sacramento to the Donnor Summit; Men of Worth join Sacramento Master Singers this Christmas.
New lawmakers in this week's Capitol Chat / The Supreme Court's ruling on Prop 8 / A documentary following four young girls adopted from China as a result of the One Child Policy / John Weed of Molly's Revenge and their Celtic Christmas Celebration.
Ten Sacramento entrepreneurs showcase their talents; How prostate cancer affects Sacramento men; The B Street Theatre celebrates its 10th anniversary with "The Gift of the Magi"; Paul Conley remembers Brubeck on his 92nd birthday for Sound Advice.
The Sacrameno Bee's Marcos Breton talks about the new Sacramento City Councilmember; Experts from local restaurants suggest seasonal foods; CK McClatchy High School students discuss their version of "As You Like It;" Jazz singer Beth Duncan's new CD.