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Insight: Disability History Week / SIGLFF / Artober / Louis Prima Jr.


Disability History Week The Second Annual California Disability History Week will be celebrated around the state this week.  We'll speak with the deputy director of , YO! Disabled & Proud, Christina Mills, and Katie Laackmann, a YO! Disabled and Proud volunteer
 
SIGLFF The Sacramento International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is back for its 20th year.   We'll speak with director Michael Akers whose film "Morgan" is playing Thursday night.  Also joining us is the director of "America's Most Unwanted"  Shani Heckman, and SIGLFF Program Director Michael Dennis. The festival runs Thursday through Saturday. 
 
Artober  Sacramento is celebrating the inaugaration of National Arts and Humanities Month with a 31 day series of art-centered events called Artober.  We'll speak with Michelle Alexander, who is the executive director of the Arts and Business Council of Sacramento, Veronica Delgado, who is an Artober coordinator, and Heather Philpot, who is organizing the next event in Artober, the Modern Arts Festival in midtown Sacramento, which starts this Saturday.
 
Louis Prima Jr. Entertainer Louis Prima Jr. is bringing the big band music of his dad Louis Prima to Sacramento for a concert at Harlow's Saturday night.  We'll talk with him about his work and what it's like to perform music made famous by his father.
 
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
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