School Finance Reform California's school system could be significantly improved if small steps were taken on finance reform, according to a new report from the Public Policy Insititue of California. We'll talk with the author, Margaret Weston, about what could be done.
Global Climate Summit A major international conference on global climate change is happening this week at UC Davis. We'll talk with Nancy Sutley about it. She leads the White House Council on Environmental Quality and previously she was the Deputy Mayor for Energy and Environment in Los Angeles and did some work for Gray Davis and the California EPA.
Shirley Mason Exhibit A local exhibit of paintings by Shirley Mason, the woman with multiple personalities whose story was dramatized in the film "Sybil," is open in Sacramento. We'll talk with the curator of the exhibit, who's also the chair of the American Art Theraphy Association's Art Committee.
"Multiplicity and Self-Identity: Trauma and Integration in Shirley Mason's Art" runs through November at Gallery 2110, 2110 K St., Sacramento. Information: (916) 476-5500.
Joe Klocek Comedian Joe Klocek brings his "Previously Secret Information" show to Sacramento. Joe has appeared on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham," NBC's "Last Comic Standing" and was a runner up in the San Francisco Comedy competition and the Seattle Comedy Competition. This show is about presenting the whole story behind a comedian's act.
"Previously Secret Information" is at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19th at The Sacramento Comedy Spot, 1050 20th St., Sacramento. Information: (916) 402-4757.