KFBK Home Show

KFBK Home Show

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March 22, 2020 72 min
Debbie Flower has gardening ideas for the stay at home family. "Brown Thumb Mama" Pam Farley talks about garden games for kids. A preview of Proven winner's new "At Last Rose." Warren Roberts talks about the spring blooms at the UC Davis Arboretum.
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Don Shor is getting lots of interesting new plants into his nursery this month. What are some of the more interesting ones? Plus, caring for young tomato plants. We highlight the Oso Easy Lemon Zest rose from Proven winners. Upcoming garden events.
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Phil Pursel of Dave Wilson Nursery talks about deciduous fruit, nut and berry care during the winter, including choosing, planting and pruning advice. Garden author Robert Kourik on bare root trees. A visit to California Carnivores. Upcoming garden events.
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Building in Downtown Sacramento is booming with new projects going up, especially in Midtown. We welcome the Director of Sacramento's Building Department, Ryan Devore to the show. What's going on with this Dry Weather? Michelle Mead from the National Weather Service joins us. And, getting the best plans and designs for your new home remodel. Hosts Todd Bird and Tim Lantz bring you the latest home and lifestyle news every S...
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A UCLA report shows favorable conditions from Commercial California Real Estate in 2018 despite recent tax reforms; we talk with the author. Tips for prepping your house to paint, and then we explore the new era of Space travel with a real-life Rocket scientist… live in the studio. Join us this Sunday at 7am and 1pm on KFBK or podcast on the iHeartRadio app.
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It's about time to begin planning your Veggie Garden. Farmer Fred Hoffman joins us with tips to take the chore out of gardening. And, it’s been 3 months since Hurricane Marie devastated the tiny island of Puerto Rico. We talk with a SMUD lineman who's working in the area to restore power to the island.
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We look at the Art and Culture scene with a visit from a local street artist, Arturo Romero. He’s known as R2 and has created dozens of murals around town. Have you seen the movie Lady Bird? Gurpreet Gil, a local actor from the Golden Globe winning movie shares his experience of participating in the Sacramento-iconic film.
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One month after the Winter Triage Shelter for the homeless opened in Sacramento people are settling into the new facility. KFBK Home Show hosts Tim Lantz and Todd Bird stopped by the shelter this week for a first-hand look at the area’s experimental refuge as our on-going series on Homelessness in Sacramento continues.
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The judge has ruled a city council member was bias in his handling of the Crocker Village gas station opposition. CV’s developer Paul Petrovich reacts to Judge Michael Kenny’s decision for a redo. It’s a new year with a new Tax Law... What does that mean for your home and property values? Financial expert John Lockwood knows. And then, how did the first week of legal, recreational marijuana go in California? More with Sacramento’s ...
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December 31, 2017 80 min
We revisit a conversation Fred had with Pam Bone.
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Happy New Year from the KFBK Home Show… This week we prepare ourselves for 2018 as we welcome a local psychic to take a look at the year to come. ¬¬¬¬¬Hosts Tim Lantz and Todd Bird give their non-scientific Predictions for 2018. And then we talk with a board member of the Sacramento Music Festival about it's demise. Join us for New Year’s Eve at 7am and 1pm on NewsRadio KFBK and the iheart Radio app.
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Merry Christmas everyone... We're getting ready for the BIG Day with an Interview with Santa Claus himself, followed by Christmas Karaoke featuring Santa and our family and friends on Christmas Eve.
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The end of the year is here, and what a year it’s been. We take a look back at the biggest news stories of 2017, from the Vegas Shooting, to massive Hurricanes, and the Russian investigation we welcome KFBK’s Amy Lewis and Dan Mitchinson. Plus, the hottest new tech gadgets for your Kitchen.
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Is there a solution for combating California’s Housing Crisis? We talk with a Phillip Molnar from the San Diego Union Tribune and you’ll be surprised by his answer. Verizon has announced Sacramento is the roll-out city for their 5G Wireless service. How important is our high-tech development bringing new residents to the valley? We ask Sacramento’s Chief Innovation officer, Louis Stewart.
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Music fills the air during the holidays and we’re getting in the spirit by welcoming Al Pitrelli, the guitarist for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra to the KFBK Home Show. Then, remembering the gifted musicians we lost in 2017, and do live Christmas Trees bring bugs into your home? Hosts Tim Lantz and Todd Bird ask a UC Davis Professor. The KFBK Home Show, Sundays at 7am and 1pm on Newsradio KFBK and the iHeartradio app.
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California has a housing problem and part of the issue is a lack of skilled labor. What is being done about it? We introduce you to a Home Builder's internship program teaching High Schoolers the trades. Trailer Parks have a bad stigma attached. To some it means being trapped in a cycle of poverty. We talk about that with the author who studied the issue. And then we highlight the giving ways of The Bell Brothers.
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November 22, 2017 17 min
Head of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council. Congrats on the Centene deal! http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/city-beat/article185317743.html
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What does it take to lure new businesses to the Sacramento area? We talk with Barry Broome, CEO of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council. New flooring trends are hot these days. And the cold weather is coming.
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Homelessness in Sacramento with an interview with County Supervisor Phil Serna; The Regional Housing Forecast for 2018; a pro-housing, anti-regulation, "in-fill" promoting neighborhood group called California YIMBY
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November 9, 2017 16 min
Recorded Friday, Nov 3 in Cesar Chavez Park. Hear the full Homeless Show podcast here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/68-The-KFBK-Home-Show-27526937/episode/kfbk-home-show-nov-4-sac-28618383/
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