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Insight: State Workers and the Budget / Mentally Ill on College Campuses / Patagonia Founder / Sound Advice: Jeff Hudson


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State Workers and the Budget What does Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget mean for California state workers? We'll talk about it with Jon Ortiz, who writes the Sacramento Bee's State Worker column.

Mentally Ill on College Campuses The man who gunned down 19 people in Tucson this past weekend had attracted negative attention at the college he attended prior to attack. What are the policies of colleges and universities in our area when it comes to students who are - or appear to be - seriously mentally ill and freaking people out? We'll talk about it with Don Dudley, Interim Director of the Office of Student Judicial Affairs at UC Davis.

Patagonia Founder Yvon Chouinard, the famed rock climber, environmentalist and founder of the outdoor apparel and equipment company Patagonia, will be in Nevada City this weekend for The Wild and Scenic Film Festival. A film about an epic journey he made in 1968 to Patagonia, Chile, is being shown at this year's festival.

The Wild and Scenic Film Festival opens Friday, Jan. 14th and runs through Sunday, Jan. 16th at various locations in Nevada City. Information: (530) 265-5961.

Sound Advice: Jeff Hudson Capital Public Radio arts contributor Jeff Hudson joins us for this week's edition of Sound Advice. He'll introduce us to some music that will be performed in our area by visiting and local groups, including Mahalia Jackson, Simone Dinnerstein and Tift Merritt, the New Century Chamber Orchestra and Eric Ruske.

 
Thursday, January 13, 2011
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