Remembering Ray Ray Manzarek
the co-founder of The Doors
, died Monday, May 20 at the age of
74. We'll remember the legendary musician by re-airing an interview
he did in January 2012 with Beth on the 40th anniversary of
the release of The Doors' "L.A. Woman."
The brother of a murdered
eight-year-old girl in Calaveras County has been arrested on
suspicion of killing his sister, but there's still no motive and
the boy's family is supporting him until they see evidence to the
contrary. Joel Metzger from the Calaveras Enterprise joins us with the latest
on Leila Fowler's murder investigation.
"An American Mosque" KVIE's Viewfinder series is airing a half hour
documentary in May called "An
American Mosque." Airing as a part of the Viewfinder series, it
was produced, directed, shot and edited by a freelancer David
Washburn. It centers on the community activity in building the
large mosque in Yuba City, its destruction in an arson fire in 1994
and the ultimate reconstruction in 2000 thanks to incredible
support from all segments of the Yuba City community. We'll talk
with Washburn about the compelling story.
AN AMERICAN MOSQUE -
trailer from David
Washburn on Vimeo.
Hunger Action Week The Sacramento Hunger Coalition has organized the
region's first Hunger Action Week from May 20 through 24. The goal
of the week is to bring attention to the hunger crisis happening
right now locally and statewide. On every day of the week, a
special event is planned to bring together stakeholders and the
public to allow for discussion on these topics, including a
screening of the documentary "A Place at the Table" and a panel discussion
with Yolo County Supervisor Don Saylor and anti-hunger advocates on
Tuesday, May 21
st at the Crest Theater. There will also be a
Hunger Action Day at the Capitol on Wednesday and an introduction
to the CalFresh program at the Florin Farmers Market on Thursday.
We'll talk with Eileen Thomas
, executive director of River City
and chair of the Sacramento Hunger Coalition steering
committee, about hunger in our area.
Cosmologist Sean Carroll
Be prepared to have your understanding of the universe
flipped upside down - and pulled inside out - as we speak with
California Institute of Technology Cosmologist
Sean Carroll about his upcoming public lecture at UC Davis. Carroll observes the universes
evolution in disorder and asks why the early universe, following
the Big Bang, was so orderly. Carroll's lecture is at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22 in
UC Davis' Conference Center.