Moratorium on evictions expires / Roundtable on restaurants / Benefit performance by Tyler Vargas Andrews



A paper envelope written with the words “Rent Money $” is left tucked away in a light pole in the Boyle Heights east neighborhood of the city of Los Angeles on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

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A look at the end of the moratorium on evictions in California. Sacramento restaurateurs discuss boating on an ever-changing scene amid the COVID pandemic. And a benefit show in honor of the Folsom Marine seriously injured in Kabul during suicide attacks in the last days of the American withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Today’s guests

  • CapRadio Race and Equity Reporter, Sarah Mizes-Tan, gives us an overview of the end of the California eviction moratorium and the concerns of tenant advocates as the end of the month approaches.
  • Debra carlton, executive vice president of the California Apartment Association, discusses how landlords get by without the rent that helps pay the mortgage and bills that come with their rental property and what ending the eviction moratorium means for landlords.
  • Chris Barnum-Dann from Localis Restaurant in Sacramento, Ryan Rose, President of Zocalo Restaurants, joins us for a conversation about the “state of catering” in Sacramento and how they navigate an ever-changing scene amid the COVID pandemic.
  • Comedians Joey C and Mike Betancourt host the “Tyler Vargas Andrews Benefit Show” on October 14 in Lincoln in honor of Folsom’s US Marine who was seriously injured in Kabul in airport suicide bombings international Hamid Karzai in the final days of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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