Chris Carlson is the man behind the curtain of a bicycle-mounted puppet theater, “Wetface Puppets.” Take a ride as he wanders the streets of Sacramento. His goal: “mess with people.”
Sacramento resident Joshua Littell has been a fan of professional wrestling for much of his life. However, when he was 29 his interest turned into a new identity beyond his day job as a waiter. On the third weekend of every month, he wrestles for Supreme Pro Wrestling (SPW) in Sacramento as Sir Samurai. Take a look into his world.
The Holt men have demolition derby in their blood. For 3 generations, the Modesto, California family has participated in demolition derbies all across the state. At the Sacramento County Fair, they enter the arena not just as family, but as friendly foes.
Kevin Greenberg calls himself a "bicycle artist." That's just how he rolls.
Sacramento's outgoing Poet Laureate performs his original poem "City of Slow Rivers."
The sun goes down and the Midway at the California State Fair lights up.
CapRadio's Bob Moffitt puts on some roller skates and learns the way of the derby girl. Hear the story, see the slideshow: capradio.org/172790