Democrats may have control of
California's legislature, but is it safe to assume the party is as
cohesive as we might think? Joining us for this weeks'
Capitol Chat to discuss the evolving dynamics of the Golden State's
government is Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief Ben
Adler. Curious about who will fill California's 7th congressional
seat? Post-election, votes continue to be counted, and the winner
is unknown. We'll talk with the Sacramento Bee's senior opinion
editor Dan Morain
to find out more.
Louise Mitchell has produced
a 30-minute documentary telling the stories behind the historic
rose gardens that reside in Sacramento's Old City Cemetery. "Cemetery Rose"
will be screened at Antiquite
Maison Privee, November 17 at 8 p.m. Her film is scored by
Sacramento guitarist Ross Hammond and he will play live at the
screening of the film.
is an eclectic group of five local
musicians who are either attending or have graduated from
Sacramento State University. Their often jazzy, sometimes gypsy,
sound draws from the groups collective background in classical, a
capella, Brazilian, and African music. CAVE
is releasing its first full-length album November
Sound Advice: Jazz In our regular weekly
music series, Capital Public Radio's All Things Considered and Jazz
host Devin Yamanaka joins us with some new jazz releases from Diana
Krall, the Brubeck Jazz Quintet and more.