"Weh-Pom and the Star Sisters" by <br> Judith Lowry
What California is doing to stop prison rape; A look at recent changes in local media; A new contemporary Indian art exhibit in Roseville
Behind closed doors Prison rape is a nation-wide problem that’s gotten more attention in recent years. Today on Insight, find out from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and prison rape activists what California prisons are doing about it.
Media mayhem There has been a lot of big local media news lately from KCRA's recent hiring of a new News Director to KCTC dropping its Air America format in favor of sports. Sam McManis, media writer for the Sacramento Bee, tells you the latest.
Indian art exhibit "Sing Me Your Story – Dance Me Home" is a new, multi-media exhibit opening this weekend at Roseville’s Maidu Interpretive Center. You’ll hear about California Indian contemporary art from the museum’s director and some of the featured artists.
"Sing Me Your Story - Dance Me Home" runs through April 29 at the Maidu Interpretive Center, 1960 Johnson Ranch Drive, Roseville. Exhibit hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Free artist receptions are scheduled from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17; Saturday, March 17; and Saturday, April 21. Information: (916) 774-5934.