1. The California Department of Food and Agriculture put on Ag Day at the Capitol today, featuring farm exhibits including alpacas and a mobile milking demonstration.  

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  2. It’s just past noon at De Vere’s Irish Pub in Downtown Sacramento and the St. Patrick’s Day party is well underway.

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  3. About 30 Irish priests take part in blessing a stained glass window depicting St. Patrick at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Downtown Sacramento.  St. Patrick is also the patron saint of the Sacramento Diocese.

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  4. Stay tuned for the next documentary from Capital Public Radio’s series, The View From Here. It’s an intimate look into the lives of family caregivers.  Coming this Spring.
Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

    Stay tuned for the next documentary from Capital Public Radio’s series, The View From Here. It’s an intimate look into the lives of family caregivers.  Coming this Spring.

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  5. CapRadio’s Katie Orr takes you inside “The Liberty Express,” gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly’s” campaign bus.  http://www.capradio.org/18218 

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  6. Insight Studio Sessions: “Zvinoita Tikudzwe” - Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi

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  7. Happy Valentine’s Day from Capital Public Radio’s documentary unit, The View From Here. Our documentary on family caregivers is well into production and is coming this spring. Stay tuned.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

    Happy Valentine’s Day from Capital Public Radio’s documentary unit, The View From Here. Our documentary on family caregivers is well into production and is coming this spring. Stay tuned.

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  8. CapRadio’s State Government Reporter Kate Orr and Multimedia Producer Andrew Nixon went for a ride on the campaign bus with gubernatorial candidate/state assembly member Tim Donnelly. Feature story to come. Stay tuned.

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  9. It’s getting chilly out and it’s starting to sprinkle a bit, but that doesn’t mean we can’t revisit the summer through some images from Capradio’s multimedia producer Andrew Nixon’s archive.

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  10. Folsom Lake is low and previously submerged settlements are now exposed.  Take a trip to these Gold Rush era communities at CapRadio.org

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  11. Percussive fingerstyle guitarist Andy McKee stops by Insight and performs “Rylynn.”  Listen to the whole interview with him at CapRadio.org.

  12. Folsom Lake Marina: Before and After

    Take a look at these dramatic before and after photos of the now bone dry Folsom Lake Marina. More coverage on California’s limited water resources to come at CapRadio.org.

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  13. "In many ways Ashton is a regular kid. But, at 16, he’s also dealing with a pretty adult situation. Ashton is transgender and has become the face of a new state law that requires public schools to let transgender students use bathrooms and locker rooms and to play on sports teams according to which gender they identify with, regardless of their biological sex."

    Excerpt from the CapRadio story “Divisions Persist As New Calif. Transgender Law Takes Effect” - by Katie Orr

    More at CapRadio.org

  14. 

2013: A Year In Review Through Photos And Videos

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

    2013: A Year In Review Through Photos And Videos

    Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

  15. Neither Denise Pollard’s son, William, is a highs school dropout. Now he is also a father. Denise encourages William to graduate and make a better future for his family.

    “I remind them how hard it was for me at first…Do you want to be tired? Do you want somebody to work you like you [are] two people because you’re uneducated up here? Then you’ll become a mule. That’s my attitude. When you’re uneducated, you’re a mule.”

    Hear what it takes to raise a high school graduate during an encore broadcast of Capital Public Radio’s multimedia documentary “Class Dismissed,” part of the series The View From Here tonight at 8pm.

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