May Sierra Snowpack Rivals Previous Records | Unpacking the Asian American Mother-Daughter Relationship | Insight ‘Concert Connect’
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In this photo provided by DWR, forecasting chief Sean de Guzman and two other researchers work during the third media snow survey of the season in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Calif., Friday, March 3, 2023.
Kenneth James / California Department of Water Resources
California’s snowpack is 254% of average for May. What this means for spring runoff. A discussion of the mother-daughter relationship in Asian American families, and the significance of the Oscar winning film “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once. Insight’s “Concert Connect” curates upcoming concerts in Northern California.
May Sierra snowpack record
Dr.Jeffrey Mount, Senior Fellow at Public Policy Institute of California Water Policy Center, discusses California’s snowpack, which is 254% of the historical average for May 1, and what this means for spring runoff.
Asian American mother-daughter relationship
CapRadio Race and Equity Reporter, and host of the podcast “Mid Pacific” Sarah Mizes-Tan, as well as CapRadio reporters Janelle Salanga and Kristin Lam, discuss the mother-daughter relationship in Asian American families, and the significance of the Oscar winning film “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once.”
Insight's Concert Connect
CapRadio’s Nick Brunner and Andrew Garcia, share their top picks for local concerts in Northern California. The latest edition of Insight’s “Concert Connect” introduces us to the bands performing locally, with some acts that call Sacramento home. Labrats is performing with Harlequin Rose and Coco Leilani on Saturday, May 6th, at The Starlet Room in Harlow’s. Deerhoof is playing at Harlow’s on Sunday, May 7th. Haley Heynderickx will perform at the Crest Theatre on Wednesday, May 10th. Crumb is performing at Goldfield Trading Post in Roseville on May 11th.