Gene Parsons, who played and sang in the Byrds for most of the final years of the 1960s/70s rock band, talks about that experience and more on the next edition of “Davisville,” a public affairs program on Davis community radio station KDRT 95.7 FM.
Diane Crumley's blog
It’s a hyper-local issue, but it affects everyone who drives to central Davis. Joy Cohan, administrator of the Davis Downtown Business Association, talks about the persistent problem of downtown parking on the late March edition of Davisville.
The discussion comes as the city completes its first six months of paid parking in the E Street Plaza, the latest in a series of efforts over the years to improve parking in the area. Have drivers accepted the meters? What other parking plans are in the works? Is finding a parking spot downtown even as bad as people say?
What do you get when you combine the accomplished acoustic guitar stylin' of Dave Nachmanoff, the imaginative blues of Bill Scholer, and the eclectic, world beat of Kurt Roggli into ONE show?
Davis Enterprise schools reporter Jeff Hudson discusses the local school budget on the next edition of Davisville, a new public affairs program on KDRT.Â The program will also feature a separate, brief appreciation of Julie Partansky, the former mayor of Davis who died in January.Â
UC Davis history Professor Kathryn Olmsted will talk about conspiracy theories and U.S. democracy on the next edition of "Davisville", a new public affairs program produced at KDRT. The show airs at 5:30 p.m. on Mondays & 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays.
Olmsted's new book "Real Enemies: Conspiracy Theories & American Democracy, World War I to 9/11" has just been published by Oxford Press.