California will allow indoor live performances and events starting this month; we learn the latest today, including updates on the state’s mass vaccination sites. The sale of counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl is also on the rise and a pair of guests give us their insights into the dangers. Plus, what to expect from the Crocker Art Museum, which is set to reopen this week after being closed 11 of the past 12 months due to the pandemic.
Today is also the day Vicki Gonzalez goes live as your new Insight host. Learn more about Vicki and what she'll bring to Insight here.
- CapRadio political reporter and California State of Mind podcast co-host Nicole Nixon with updates on California’s mass vaccination sites and the announcement that the state will allow indoor live events and performances.
- President of the nonprofit charity Song for Charlie Ed Ternan on the dangers of counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl called ‘fentapills’ and the recent loss of his son, Charlie.
- Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in charge of the San Francisco Field Division, Wade Shannon, discusses the rise in ‘fentapills’ and how they are being trafficked through California.
- Mort and Marcy Friedman Director and CEO at Crocker Art Museum, Lial Jones, discusses the reopening of the Museum this week and what patrons can expect.