This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Sacramento, California. Joining us is Joe Brancatelli, Founder of joesentme.com, who talks about the loose criteria that constitute an on-time flight departure. Then, Craig McNamara, founder of the Center for Land-Based Learning, explains what it means for a fruit or vegetable to be called organic.
Also joining us is the Co-Founder & Co-Editor-in-Chief of Sactown Magazine, Rob Turner, who speaks about the history of Sacramento and sets the record straight about the origin of the Sacramento Kings (once the Kansas City Kings). Patrick Mulvaney, Executive Chef and Owner of Mulvaney’s B & L, stops by to describe the process of closing a working vertical lift bridge to host the annual 600-person Farm-to-Fork Celebration Gala Dinner.
There’s all of this and more on this week’s broadcast of the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show from Sacramento, California.
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Roger Dow, President and CEO of the US Travel Association, discusses the Open Skies Agreement and talks about the airline that people aren’t flying much—but should be.
Craig McNamara, Founder of the Center for Land-Based Learning, tackles the problem of food insecurity and explains why we’re all responsible for making sure that everyone in the U.S. has enough to eat.
Amber Stott, Founder of the Food Literacy Center and Food Writer at Edible Sacramento, divulges the secret for getting kids to eat fruits and veggies.
Rob Turner, Co-Founder & Co-Editor-in-Chief of Sactown Magazine, speaks about the passion people feel for their community in Sacramento and how this makes the city a great place to live.
Joe Brancatelli, Founder of joesentme.com, weighs in on the high cost of cheap airfare.
John Rose, COO of iJet, explains that traveling almost anywhere in the world is possible, as long as one understands the risks and how to mitigate them.
Lial Jones, Executive Director of the Crocker Art Museum, describes what the museum is doing to include all parts of the Sacramento community.
Patrick Mulvaney, Chef and Owner of Mulvaney’s B & L, elaborates on one of the most rewarding parts of his job—connecting people to the food that they’re eating.
Terry Maxon, Staff Writer at the Dallas Morning News, discusses airline carrying capacity and why this might affect a passenger’s chances of getting the seat they want.
Walt White, Sacramento Fire Chief, shares what he and his crew are doing to make sure the Sacramento community stays safe.
By Jessie Marek for PeterGreenberg.com