Sacramento vs. Anaheim The City of Sacramento sent a letter yesterday to the City of Anaheim asking them not to continue relocation talks with the Sacramento Kings. Sac city leaders have also hired an outside law firm to ensure the Kings pay back a $77 million loan from the city if they do leave. Today on Insight, we'll get the latest on these developments from Sacramento Bee reporter Tony Bizjack.
Dorothea Puente Notorious Sacramento serial killer Dorothea Puente died in prison over the weekend. We'll talk about her life and crimes with journalist Martin Kuz, who interviewed her six times for an in-depth profile that ran in Sactown Magazine.
William S. Rice An exhibit of prints and paintings by early-20th-century artist and former Stockton resident William S. Rice is currently on display at the Reynolds Gallery at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. The show is curated by Rice's great-grandaughter Marie-Clare Treseder, who is a senior at UOP. We'll talk with her and her father Carl Treseder about Rice's life and work.
The exhibit "Valley Impressions: Historic Block Prints and Watercolors by William S. Rice" runs through Tuesday, April 5th at the Reynolds Gallery at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. Gallery hours are 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
Dan Bern Folk-rock singer-songwriter Dan Bern is performing at Harlow's tonight. Described as a cross between Elvis Costello and Bob Dylan, Bern just released his seventh album "Breathe." You'll meet him and hear some of his music.
Dan Bern performs at 7:30 p.m. today at Harlow's, 2708 J St., Sacramento. Information: (916) 441-4693.