Former U.S. Army Colonel Peter Mansoor gives his take on foreign policy with the President's re-election; Life discovered beneath one of Antarctica's most isolated frozen lakes; A new book about how bad grammar could be killing your business life.
In this week's Capitol Chat, a look at immigration reform; Visually impaired athletes prepare for this weekend's marathon; "Liar" a play that deals with the loss of a child; The "21st century existential folk rock" of Be Brave Bold Robot
Upcoming World AIDS Day and what Sacramento is doing about it; Lee Child, author and creator of the character "Jack Reacher;" Thornton Percival, former model for artist Norman Rockwell; Holiday concerts in this week's Sound Advice.
A UC Davis scientist explains how he finds gas leaks with his airplane; Protecting your home from muddy pets in this month's Pet Tales; Renowned Irish actor Barry McGovern is directing a play at UC Davis; Grammy-nominated country singer Iris DeMent.
The disbanding of the Sacramento Sports Commission; Brew Ferment Distill, Tim Clark's slow drink response to the Sacramento's slow food movement; 12-year violinist and author Eleanore Hamilton; Concert series Music at Noon's 10th anniversary.
How are iPhones and Twitter easing Thanksgiving travel congestion? Wine expert Rick Kushman explains wine pairings for your Thanksgiving meal; Gypsy jazz trio Jazz Gitan performs in our studio; Get your holiday soundtrack in Sound Advice.
A look at the new city leaders in Stockton with Record Columnist Michael Fitzgerald; A culinary trip in time to the original Thanksgiving table; How giving blood supports local theater and gets you tickets; New poetry by Sacramento poet Tim Kahl.
Today, we'll be discussing the Gaza conflict with UC Davis Professor Keith Watenpaugh; How to create a nontraditional Thanksgiving spread; Professor Matt McCormick's research-based argument against Christ; The music of local band Walking Spanish.
In today's Capitol Chat, a look at the still-undecided Ami Bera-Dan Lungren house race; A documentary about the history of roses in Sacramento's Old City Cemetery; Folk group CAVE Women's new album; Jazz Sound Advice with Devin Yamanaka.
How does the Republican Party stay relevant in California, now that the Democrats have a supermajority in both legislative houses? Former Caliornia Assemblyman Roger Niello and former GOP campaign strategist Doug Elmets discuss the GOP's new role.