News that Didn't Make It / "Shots in the Dark" / City Rocker

The News that Didn't Make the News  Today you'll find out what news stories are in the running to be ranked as the most overlooked in the last several months.  Project Censored, a media group at Sonoma State University, compiles a list every year.  Our guest is the man who heads the group, associate professor of sociology and media research specialist Dr. Peter Phillips.

"Shots in the Dark"  Local photographer Pete Eckert tells you about his new exhibit.  Eckert happens to be blind.  "Shots in the Dark" can be seen at Infinity Photographics in Sacramento from April 7 - May 11, 2006.  Information: (916) 457-1919 and at the link below.

City Rocker  Sal Valentino, one of San Francisco's rock-pioneers, tells you about his new album entitled "Come Out Tonight"; it's his first solo effort in a 45-year career.  Join Sal Valentino for dinner and a live performance: 6:00 p.m. June 10th at Karen's Bakery in Folsom.  Information: (916) 985-2665.

Thursday, March 30, 2006