It’s getting hot and you’re probably dreaming of your favorite body of water or high-altitude hike. CapRadio’s Randol White asks Environment Reporter Ezra David Romero what you need to know about getting outdoors as coronavirus cases are on the rise in many places.
Also, many California outdoor spaces have names connected to controversial leaders of the past. We’ll hear from CapRadio Reporter Scott Rodd. He recently hiked a peak in Alpine County named after Jefferson Davis, the leader of the Confederacy.
And we’ll hear from a survivor of the holocaust about how her family stayed together during the Nazi occupation. CapRadio Reads’ Donna Apidone interviews Irene Butter about her experiences during World War II.
- Scott Rodd, State Government Reporter, CapRadio
- Ezra David Romero, Environment Reporter, CapRadio
- Irene Butter, Holocaust Survivor and Author of “Shores Beyond Shores”