Do you know the real reason the U.S. celebrates Cinco de Mayo? Ernesto Delgado, owner of Tequila Museo Mayahuel, talks tequila and his proud Mexican heritage. And, we visit Kalaupapa National Historic Park in Hawaii.
Footwear either provide necessary protection or present fashion statements. Vintage shoes provide a visual historical perspective and perhaps a family connection with an ancestor. This week, the Center for Sacramento History is presenting an exhibit of their shoe collection. I sat down with Veronica L. Kandl, Curator of History, and Rebecca Crowther, Photographs Archivist, about shoe textiles used over the last 100 years, stories associated with footwear and methods of storage. And, we visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Have you thought about becoming a game developer? This week, I sit down with Gabriel Gutierrez of Nascent Games. And, we visit Augustus Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site.
Should corporations determine birth and death care? This week, I talk to Ruth Cummings of The Birth Center and Heidi Boucher, a home death care provider and the force behind the documentary, “In the Parlor; The Final Goodbye.” And, we visit Fort Raleigh National Historic Park.
Brewski, suds, liquid bread … you know it, you love it. This week, I sit down with Rick Sellers, beer aficionado and talk all things beer. And, we visit Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park.