USA Today’s Christopher Elliott (Did he and his family really get robbed?) and TV Star Patrick Bristow (his new theater show is Puppet Up) headline this week
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In the Travel News, it appears the Hilton Honors frequent guest program may be the latest to have been hit by hackers. We’ll discuss what happened, what Hilton is doing and how you can protect yourself and your points and miles.
Sacramento Bee and USA Today Travel Columnist and Consumer Advocate Christopher Elliott joins us to relate a story about how he and his family fell victim to some pretty smart thieves, and what he is doing to make sure it doesn’t happen again. If you travel, or are a Christmas shopper, we have some wisdom to help you (and your stuff) stay out of harm’s way.
The Sacramento Airport is always a busy place during the holiday travel season and today marks the first of a series of interviews with airport staff to help you be a smarter traveler at the airport over the next couple of months. What’s the best place to park at the airport when you have to leave your car for a few days or a couple of weeks? Did you hear about the traffic snafus at the airport last week and will they continue this week? We have all the answers and will continue to update you throughout the season.
In our entertainment segment, two items are featured. KVIE has a new gallery and there’s a adult version of The Muppets you may want to check out in San Francisco. Puppet Up is the name of the show and the show’s star Patrick Bristow is our guest to talk about what appears to be a laugh-filled evening at the Geary Theater.
- HHonors Possibly Hacked, Hilton Remains Hush
- Glen Campbell movie
- Christopher Elliott’s website
- Christopher Elliott’s How to Be the World’s Smartest Traveler (and Save Time, Money, and Hassle)
- Sacramento Airport
- Puppet Up
- Americans Would Rather Work for Free Than Travel
- The Ultimate Packing List
- Luxury Hotel Rooms in NYC for $100 (Seriously)
- Oasis at Gold Spike – Las Vegas
- How to support our public television station (KVIE), just in time for Christmas