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Insight: Phil Serna / Sac Business Climate / Restaurant Regulations / Club Pheasant / Roy Rogers

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Phil Serna A famous local political name just joined the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors. Phil Serna, son of the late Sacramento Mayor Joe Serna, represents a district that stretches from inner city to ranchland. You'll meet him and hear about his first week in office.

Sac Business Climate What was the economic climate like in Sacramento in 2010? Ron Trujillo of the Sacramento Business Journal reviews the big business stories of the past year in the Sacramento Region, including the impact of state budget cuts and loss of construction jobs.

Restaurant Regulations McDonald's gets sued for serving toys in its Happy Meals in California. San Francisco supervisors vote to ban them in that city and county. And Hooters faces its own suit for serving minors. We'll talk about these issues and the new Food Handler Card with the California Restaurant Association.

Club Pheasant A West Sacramento institution turns 75. Club Pheasant used to be a speakeasy and has hosted many celebrities over the years. We'll talk about it with the restaurants owners.

Roy Rogers Virtuoso slide guitar player and Grammy-winning producer Roy Rogers will be performing at Grass Valley Vets Hall with his band The Delta Rhythm Kings on New Year's Eve. He lives in Nevada City and is working on a new album with Ray Manzarek.

Roy Rogers & The Delta Rhythm Kings perform at 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 31st at the Grass Valley Vets Hall,  255 South Auburn St.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010
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