'Cooking Club'/ 'Colorstruck'/ HS Jazz Stars/ Sound Advice

"Cooking Club" Cooking clubs are a great way to help you learn new ways to make food while socializing at the same time. There's a new guide to starting and running a cooking club and the two co-authors are local women. It's called "Cooking Club: Great Ideas and Delicious Recipes for Fabulous Get-Togethers."

Dina Guillen and Michelle Lowrey will be signing books from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 6th at Borders, 2765 E Bidwell St., Folsom. Information: (916) 984-5900.

"Colorstruck" A one-man show about a black man's experience of racism is playing this month in Sacramento. Today on Insight, you'll meet the veteran comedian, actor, writer and radio show host behind "Colorstruck." Donald E. Lacy Jr. tells you why he wrote the show.

"Colorstruck" runs through Saturday, June 20th at The Guild Theater, 2828 35th St., Sacramento. Information: (916) 736-1185.

HS Jazz Stars Six members of the Rio Americano High School Band program have received honors from jazz magazine DownBeat. You'll meet two of the students and hear them play live in our studio.

Sound Advice Every Thursday, different Capital Public Radio DJs bring you new and reissued releases in just about every musical genre you can imagine.

Thursday, May 28, 2009