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Notes 2017 December
Sounds Of The Season
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This month we have programs that evoke the season and spirit of the holidays. Some highlights from the Music Station:

The Christmas Connection December 9th at 4:00 PM and the 10th at 2:00 PM
Candles Burning Brightly Chanukah Special December 15, 6:00 PM
Advent Voices December 18, 6:00 PM
La Nochebuena: Christmas with the Rose Ensemble December 21, 6:00 PM
A Jazz Piano Christmas 33 December 22, 9:00 PM
St. Olaf Christmas Festival December 24, 11:00 AM
Jingle Bell Jazz with Victor Forman December 24, 7:00 PM
In Italia: A Renaissance Christmas December 25, 10:00 AM
New Year’s Day from Vienna January 1, 10:00 AM

The News Station will also air special programming. Here are a few to listen for:

Mick Martin’s Christmas Blues Party December 23, 1:00 PM
Hey Listen! … on Holidays December 23, 8:00 PM
Insight Music December 29th at 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM

Keep an eye on capradio.org/holiday for a complete list of dates and times for our holiday offerings.

Call for Feedback! The View From Here: Place and Privilege
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Are you one of the thousands of people that listened to last month’s release of The View From Here: Place and Privilege documentary? Or maybe you heard one of our podcasts, or Insight with Beth Ruyak segments on Sacramento’s housing affordability crisis. If you have a moment, we’d love to get your feedback on this local programming. Please take our short, 10-question survey. Your input makes a difference!

Take Survey

Haven’t listened, yet? Visit TheViewFromHere.org/housing where you can stream the 1-hour documentary, catch up on the 8-episode podcast, read one of our three web stories, or enjoy the beautiful community voices from our Story Circles.

Listen Online

The View From Here: Place And Privilege explores the history, politics and economics of housing affordability in California's capitol and maps the crisis through the personal stories of neighbors who are hit the hardest and living on the edge.

Grace Your Holiday Table With “On Air” CapRadio Red
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What’s the intersection of compelling public radio and fine El Dorado County wine? Community. Quality, Excellence and Community are shared goals of Capital Public Radio and the wines of C.G. Di Arie. Winemaker Chaim Gur Arieh and his wife Elisheva have crafted a “A Great Wine for a Great Cause”, Capital Public Radio.

“On Air” is a red blend of varietals nurtured and cultivated in C.G. Di Arie’s Estate Vineyards. While every component plays a role in “On Air”, none dominates, resulting in a perfectly balanced wine. C.G. Di Arie will also donate a portion of every bottle purchased to support CapRadio. Fewer than 160 cases were bottled, so this is a limited opportunity. To support CapRadio by making your purchase of “On Air,” click here.

Team CapRadio Facebook Frames Now Available
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Are you a CapRadio superfan? You can proudly proclaim your devotion with our new frame for your Facebook profile picture.

At your desktop computer, go to your Facebook page, hover over your profile picture, and click “Update Profile Picture.” From there, select “Add Frame,” and then search for “CapRadio.”

On your mobile device, click the “EDIT” on your profile picture. Select “Add Frame,” and search for “CapRadio.”

And, thanks! (We're glad you're on Team CapRadio.)

Authors On StageThe Wife By Alafair Burke
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Join Cap Radio Reads Monday, January 29, 2018, for a stimulating evening with novelist Alafair Burke. Her latest book, The Wife, is a domestic thriller in which defense attorney Angela, the wife, must decide if she believes her economist husband Jason and will defend him against accusations by two women from his past.

Journalist and interviewer Allen Pierleoni will interview Burke about the inspiration to write The Wife, which is a sequel to her New York Times bestseller The Ex.

Burke is a graduate of Stanford Law School and a former prosecutor. She teaches criminal law and procedure at Hofstra Law School in Hempstead, New York.

Date: Monday, January 29
Time: 6:00 PM
Cost: $30 includes an autographed copy of The Wife, or $10 without the book.
Location: Capital Public Radio
7055 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95826 (Directions)

Click here to reserve your space.

And you can always find out more about our book club, monthly selections, discussions, and events at capradio.org/books

The Annual NPR Book Concierge Is Now Live
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NPR launched its 2017 Book Concierge on Tuesday, pulling together a year's worth of favorite reads from public radio staff and critics. Explore more than 350 titles and search by genre for the perfect read for yourself or someone you love.

Also, get the pick of NPR author interviews, news and reviews delivered weekly to your inbox.

Click here to find your next great read.

CapRadio Travels: Coming Explorations
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Scandinavia
July 15 – 26, 2018

Join fans of Capital Public Radio to experience the Nordic world of fjords, castles, glaciers, and the legacy of the Vikings on this adventure. Travel by train, ferry, and coach through Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.
Earthbound Expeditions                 Read More




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Chile, Argentina and Uruguay
October 27 – November 7, 2018 
Join Capital Public Radio jazz host Gary Vercelli on a culturally-rich jazz and wine expedition to Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. Tango lessons, outings to colorful markets, and concerts featuring South America’s top jazz musicians are included.
Earthbound Expeditions                 Read More


Want to know more about traveliing with Capital Public Radio? Click here to sign up to receive email updates about CapRadio Travels.


The Giving Season Is Upon Us
Keep Capital Public Radio Thriving With Your Gift By December 31
Give now
Year-end will be here soon, but it’s not too late to help CapRadio flourish in the coming year. While there are many ways to give, here are two easy ideas for lending your support to CapRadio before the year comes to a close:

If you’re not giving monthly, consider starting an Evergreen donation of any amount that fits your budget. Over half of CapRadio’s members contribute monthly, because they know this support provides steady funding we can rely on.

Donate an unwanted vehicle. If you donate your car, truck, motorcycle or other no longer needed vehicle before year-end, you'll be helping CapRadio and you may qualify for a 2017 tax deduction. We’ll handle the process from start to finish and give you a tax receipt when we pick up your vehicle. Call 1-877-227-7277 by December 31st or click here to start your donation process before year-end.

If you have any questions about year-end giving, please contact Patricia Stoltz at (916) 278-8945 or patricia.stoltz@capradio.org.

Capital Public Radio Member Discounts
Crocker Art Museum Classical Concerts December 10

In This Issue

Sounds Of The Season

Call for Feedback! The View From Here: Place and Privilege

Grace Your Holiday Table With “On Air” CapRadio Red

Team CapRadio Facebook Frames Now Available

CapRadio Reads

The Annual NPR Book Concierge Is Now Live

CapRadio Travels

Two Ways To Help CapRadio Before December 31

Capital Public Radio Member Discounts


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Did you know that nearly half of our operating budget comes from you and from other individuals like you?

And a growing segment of our supporters - nearly 40% - are choosing to do so in a very sustainable way: by going Evergreen with their contribution. In the process they are cutting our paper use, mailing costs, and eliminating the credit/debit card processing fees the Station pays.

Click here to learn more about going Evergreen.


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Leadership Circle donors are committed to our mission of enhancing lives, expanding perspectives, and strengthen-ing the communities we serve. Their inspired generosity enhances the Station's ability to provide quality news, music, and original programs.

When you contribute $100 a month (or $1,200 over the year), you become part of CapRadio's most generous donor group.

Exclusive Privileges of the Leadership Circle include behind-the-scenes station tours and invitations to exclusive events.

Want to know more about being a Leadership Circle donor? Contact our Director of Major Gifts Cathleen Ferraro for more information.


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