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Notes 2016 December
New Show Examines First 100 Days Of The Trump Administration
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WNYC and Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) are joining forces to convene a nightly gathering for everyday Americans to talk, debate, and find common ground in the first 100 days of the new administration. Indivisible is airing Mondays through Thursdays from 7-8 PM through April 28 on CapRadio News.

The program features a different host and focus each night, bringing listeners across every divide together to weigh in and participate in lively, candid, and inclusive conversations. Hosts include radio personalities whose work is distinguished by its focus on listener interaction. “This is an extraordinary time for our nation and we want to help listeners navigate through everything that’s happening,” says CapRadio’s Chief Content Officer, Joe Barr. “Indivisible is a great resource to help synthesize issues in a civil, conversational way.”

The focus of each evening is as follows:

MONDAYS: WNYC’s Kai Wright will build on the issues he explored in The United States of Anxiety to survey America’s cultural fault lines and invite callers to discuss the divides and how to bridge them.

TUESDAYS: WNYC's Brian Lehrer hosts a program evaluating how -- and how quickly --American norms are changing. How are language, ethics, the law, and our institutions adopting new contours under a new and unprecedented leader?

WEDNESDAYS: Charlie Sykes, a leading voice in conservative talk radio for 25 years, will interview policy makers and engage listeners in conversation that weighs developments in the new administration’s first 100 days against American values and conservative principles.

THURSDAYS: Minnesota Public Radio's Kerri Miller will examine American identity at this moment of change. Who is a part of the national narrative, who feels left out, and how might our long-term sense of ourselves change?

This program will be produced by MPR News in St. Paul, Minnesota.

What's Your View on Affordable Housing?
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Sacramento's housing affordability crisis disproportionately affects the poorest residents of our communities. Mayor Darrell Steinberg has pledged to add 1000 units of permanent supportive housing for homeless people. But many seniors, students and middle-class working people spend more than the recommended 30% of income on housing costs. Some neighborhoods in Sacramento County are being gentrified. Some Sacramentans are opposed to affordable housing construction where they live.

The View From Here reporting team will spend the year delving into this complex and controversial topic. We're seeking stories and story leads in Sacramento County.

• Is your rent rising faster than your ability to afford it?

• Have you had to move or do you think you will because of rising rents?

• Are you actively involved (one way or the other) in the construction or development of affordable housing in your neighborhood?

• Have you reported problems with rental housing to Sacramento County Code Enforcement?

• Are you a tenant or landlord who is currently using the Housing Choice Voucher program in Sacramento County (also known as "Section 8")?

Email theviewfromhere@capradio.org
Leave us a voice message at 916-278-8982
Or, send a Direct Message to @CapRadioView on Twitter

Jazz and Classical Music Lovers, Join the Group!
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CapRadio Music has created a new Facebook group. It’s a space designed to bring music lovers together, with the accent on but not limited to classical music and jazz. Join the group and engage with Kevin Richard Doherty, Gary Vercelli and other music hosts. Add your thoughts to topics and start your own conversations. Post links to upcoming concerts you’re excited about, or share reviews of ones you’ve seen.

Our goal in starting this group is to build community. Along with posting items we think you’ll find interesting (from our staff and other sources), we encourage members to share information of their own and converse with each other. A musician might post details about an upcoming gig. A fan of Joshua Bell might post a review of his Mondavi Center concert. Someone with strong opinions about jazz saxophonists might lay out his top 10 list. And links to interesting articles will no doubt accompany many posts. You get the picture.

Whether you’re a musician, an educator, a presenter, or a just a passionate fan, help us make this a vibrant and supportive online community celebrating our mutual love of music. Join today! Search for “CapRadio Music” on Facebook or follow this link.

CapRadio Reads Lucky Boy By Shanthi Sekaran For February
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Please join us for our February edition of CapRadio Reads with Shanthi Sekaran, author of Lucky Boy. Sekaran, whose previous book Prayer Room was featured by the Bee Book Club, is a former resident of Sacramento. Her latest book is an at times heartbreaking at times joyful story of a boy, his undocumented mother and a woman who only wants to be his new mother.

The author will be "In Conversation" with Donna Apidone on Tuesday, February 7 at 6 pm in our Community Room.

Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM
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.

David Peterson Art On Display
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CapRadio features new art by watercolorist David Peterson. A California State Fair Fine Arts award winner with recognized Master Painter status by the Northern California Arts Inc., Peterson is nationally acclaimed for his California landmarks.

Peterson portrays urban scenes and natural parks in a humorous and enigmatic way, bathing the familiar in rich colors since 2002.

What? You Call This Watercolor? will be on display at the CapRadio Studios on Folsom Boulevard through April 24, 2017.

Buying or Selling a Home This Year?
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Did you know that you can give part of the commission from the purchase or sale of your home to Capital Public Radio? You can! Through our partnership with GoodAgent, formerly known as My Broker Donates, CapRadio has received many generous contributions.

Buyers and sellers know they need a great agent for the purchase or sale of their home, but few know how to find the best fit. GoodAgent combines their expertise in real estate with their mission of giving back, to give you a way to find the best agent for you. And you will feel great about the process and the proceeds.

When you find your agent through GoodAgent, you not only get an experienced professional who does their job well and cares about giving back, but your purchase or sale can provide a significant donation to Capital Public Radio. It’s really very simple.

To find out more, go to good-agent.com/capradio.

CapRadio Travels: Coming Explorations
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Flavors of Sourthern Italy
June 17-25, 2017

Join Beth Ruyak, host of Insight, and like-minded curious travelers for a one-of-a-kind culturally rich, mouth-watering journey to Italy's Deep South!

Along the way, savor Spaghetti alle Vongole, fresh buffalo mozzarella and Sicily's rich olive oil. Travel by ferry to the gorgeous island of Capri, enjoy a classical music concert in Ravello, stroll through ancient Greek temples, elaborate Roman villas, Medieval Norman castles and colorful Moorish markets.

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Grand Canadian Rockies Bugaboos Adventure
July 25-31, 2017

This will be a once in a lifetime heli-exploring vacation! Experience an alpine wonderland seen by only the very few. 

Hopping from peak to peak, helicopters will bring you to the majestic treasures of the Bugaboos High Country, and you'll stay in grand and famous resorts and a cozy lodge with unexpected luxuries, raising the bar on mountain vacations.

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Pageant of the Masters
Laguna Beach and
The Pageant of the Masters

July 30 - August 1, 2017

No time for two weeks in Europe this summer? This is a trip to the one of the world’s most unique art festivals.

The trip highlight is an evening of tableaux vivants (living pictures) with real people posing to look exactly like their counterparts in the original pieces. Words fail to capture the pageant; you simply have to see it to believe it!

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Australia
October 21 - November 2, 2017

Join Capital Public Radio President and General Manager Rick Eytcheson on a 13-day exploration of Australia. Soak up the sights of four glorious days in Sydney, then fly south to Melbourne and cruise the Great Ocean Road. We will then fly to Queensland and sail out to the Great Barrier Reef, visit a nature preserve and explore the bustling town of Port Douglas.

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Want to know more about CapRadio Travels adventures? Click here to see the full line up.


Capital Public Radio Member Discounts
Early Bird Tickets for Amador Four Fires Festival

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Amador Four Fires is a one-of-a-kind food and wine immersion experience blending open-flame cooking by renown local chefs, meet-the-winemaker sessions, cooking demonstrations, sensory stations and tastings of Amador’s award-winning wine inspired by the regions of Southern France, Italy, Spain/Portugal and Heritage California. The event is May 6 in Plymouth. Click here for Early Bird tickets.

In This Issue

New Show Examines First 100 Days Of The Trump Administration

What's Your View on Affordable Housing?

Jazz and Classical Music Lovers, Join the Group!

CapRadio Reads

David Peterson Art On Display

Buying or Selling a Home This Year?

CapRadio Travels 2017: Southern Italy, Canada Adventure, Laguna Beach, Australia

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And a growing segment of our supporters - over 13,300 members - 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.

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Want to know more about being a Leadership Circle donor? Contact our Director of Development Arla Gibson for more information.


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February is a time for love. If you're planning to purchase your loved one a new vehicle this Valentine's Day, consider donating your trade-in to support CapRadio. Donating your vehicle is easy and can make a big difference. Help share the love this season and visit capradio.org/cars .
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