Trail Access/Cancer Writing/Lenny Williams/Arsenic Lobster


Trail Access Follow In February, we heard about the dispute over safety on trails at Folsom Lake. The controversy flared after an encounter between equestrians and motorbike riders led to the death of a horse. We wanted to know what's happened since then? Have the different kinds of trail users come to an agreement? Are trails safer for everyone?

Writing through Cancer Can creative writing help people affected by cancer? UC Davis Cancer Center thinks it can. There are writing groups there for patients and others touched by cancer. Two writing group members join us, along with the clinical nurse who runs the program.

Lenny Williams An R&B singer and former member of Tower of Power is performing this weekend at the West Sacramento Neighborhood Fair. You'll meet Lenny Williams and hear some of his music.

Lenny Williams is performing at the West Sacramento Neighbors Fair at River Walk Park at the corner of Third and F streets in West Sacramento. The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. and the fair runs from noon to 5 p.m. Information: (916) 617-4618.

"The Arsenic Lobster" A local author has released what he calls a hybrid memoir. Peter Grandbois tells you about "The Arsenic Lobster."

Peter Grandbois speaks at noon at the Sacramento State Library Gallery, 6000 J St. He will also be at the release party for "The Arsenic Lobster" from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at The Urban Hive, 1931 H St., Sacramento. Information: (916) 585-4483.

 
Wednesday, September 30, 2009