Northern California News

Infamous Folsom Prison inmates include Timothy Leary, Eldridge Cleaver, Charles Manson and Erik Menendez. And yes, Johnny Cash played a show there. Warden Hill talks about his job, his relationships with inmates, and why he does what he does.  

Sacramento Chef Patrick Mulvaney Takes On Suicide Prevention Within His Industry

Patrick Mulvaney is the chef and co-owner of Mulvaney's B&L . He is passionate about his farm to fork menus, which can change daily depending on what's available and fresh. He is respected in national culinary circles as well as in his hometown of Sacramento where he also champions causes...
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Foghat Drummer Roger Earl Explains Where The Band Name Came From & Why Folks Love "Slow Ride"

Roger Earl grew up in Southwest London in the 50's and ’60s, He was hooked on American artists like Jerry Lee Lewis (it was after a Jerry Lee concert that he decided to be a drummer), Little Richard, Muddy Waters, and Chuck Berry. Foghat is still going strong more than 40 years after it formed and...
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Sacramento Mourns The Loss Of Restaurant Legend Biba Caggiano

Italian born Biba Caggiano moved to Sacramento in 1969, so this city can rightfully claim her as our jewel. Having been taught how to cook by her mother, she opened an Italian restaurant in 1986 and to this day it remains one of the premiere Italian - not Italian American - restaurants in the...
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NFL Legend Fred Biletnikoff Talks Football & Keeping His Daughter's Memory Alive

Fred Belitnikoff's wife Angela swears her husband missed out on a career as a standup comic. He did pretty well in his chosen career as a wide receiver in the NFL.... Fred played in three AFL title games, five AFC championships and two Super Bowls (he was MVP of Super Bowl XI). He is a Pro Football...
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John Anderson

Yes frontman Jon Anderson on finishing his new timeless album after 30 years

I had the honor of speaking with this classic rock legend about how the 1000 Hands tour came to be (hint: Do NOT throw stuff away), how long he plans on playing (hint: the answer involves a pine box), how Rod Stewart broke his leg (hint: growing up, they both wanted to be soccer stars), and much...
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Kat Chats With Justin Hayward Of The Moody Blues- Rock & Roll Hall of Fame And Much More!

Justin Hayward, the voice and songwriter of such Moody Blues hits as "Tuesday Afternoon" and "Nights in White Satin" and recently inducted member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is coming to the Harris Center in Folsom for his "All the Way and More" solo tour. Justin performs many of his most...
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REO Speedwagon Is Coming! Kat Chats With Co-Founding Member Alan Gratzer

Hear from REO Speedwagon co-founding member Alan Gratzer about when the group was one of the most popular bands in the world. 1980's Hi Infidelity contained four US Top 40 hits. It remained on the charts for 65 weeks, 32 of which were spent in the top ten, including 15 weeks atop the Billboard 200...
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For many food lovers, before there was Google, there was Darrell Corti. We can thank this Sacramento native/culinary encyclopedia for introducing balsamic vinegar, truffles, high quality olive oils and more to North America. And DO NOT use the word "Foodie" around him....