Sacramento is poised to get a major league soccer franchise. PG&E will testify at an emergency hearing on Friday about its public safety power shutoffs. Budding journalists profile immigrants’ stories. We preview four new jazz recordings.
The Metro Chamber and Visit Sacramento say an MLS team puts a new spotlight on the city, shedding its small town vibe. But, competition for patron dollars will be fierce, as fans have more options, from the Kings, to music and art.
Friday, the California Public Utilities Commission holds an emergency hearing on PG&E’s public safety power shutoffs. CapRadio’s Scott Rodd shares the view from one business, from PG&E and from a former administrative law judge at the CPUC.
A national program designed to train aspiring public radio journalists is nearly 20 years old. The final NextGen cohort of 2019 is in Sacramento this week — the annual training stop at CapRadio. They share their stories focused on immigration.
CapRadio’s Gary Vercelli shares four new releases for jazz fans: tracks from Jimmy Cobb, Mark Winkler, Sara Gazarek and Steve Kahn.