Elaine Corn chooses some to air on Capital Public Radio. The others are housed in a few other places for your listening pleasure:
The Sacramento Room of the Sacramento Public Library
The Center for Sacramento History
Sacramento County Historical Society or partnering historical society.
Our new producer, Isaac Gonzalez, is working on a new website for us that will feature a monthly podcast of food stories. We've taped four of them so far. The site will be launched around April 1.
Tom Tolley, author of local histories talks about his experiences as a bartender at the Coral Reef. Neighborhood sleuth and storyteller Kelly Woodward and Library Director Rivkah Sass have a conversation about Sacramento's grade B dairies. And, Maryellen Burns, Lawrence Fox and Keith Burns share stories about Sacramento's Lost Restaurants.
By June first we'll be able to capture stories from the Sacramento Public Library's new green screen television studio. Those stories will be broadcast on Sacramento Access Cable.
We're also working on an interactive map so that you'll be able to put your curser on a hot spot on the map and hear a story from that region. It will be unveiled at our Grow, Cook, Taste, Savor event Saturday, June 1 at the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria at 828 I Street. (Look at our events for more information). As we find volunteer story editors (feel free to contact us!) we'll start providing longer stories for you to listen to and print stories, too!
Until then, here are links to stories Elaine Corn has produced for Capital Public Radio. If the link isn't "hot" just post the link in your browser and it will go directly to the capradio.org site.
5 days ago ... Field is Fertile in Delta for Black Farmer. By Elaine Corn · Share | |. Ron Kelley runs a successful farm in The Delta. ...
|Cooking it up at Guisti's, the oldest continually operating restaurant in Sacramento County.|