11:17am

Tue May 29, 2012
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Hear Here is going LIVE on June 2nd!

What do an accidental pinata-maker, an aspiring hip hop artist, a perennial politician, and a beekeeper have in common? You can hear all of their stories, and more, this Saturday, June 2, at the Polish Club in San Francisco.

Help KALW celebrate the launch of Hear Here: A Pop-Up Radio Project at a live storytelling event. Learn about the diverse characters that make up the cities of Oakland and San Francisco through the words of oral storytellers, local radio reporters, and musicians.

Performers include:

Glynn Washington (Storyteller, Host NPR’s “Snap Judgment”)

Marilyn Pittman (Comedian, Host "Out in the Bay")

Isaac Fitzgerald (Managing Editor, “The Rumpus”)

Chicken John Rinaldi (Former SF Mayoral Candidate)

La Gente (San Francisco Reggae/Salsa/Hip Hop/Cumbia ensemble)

Even Taylor (Singer/songwriter, beekeeper)

and more...

Throughout the night, local artist Todd Berman will be curating his participatory art project, City of Awesome, about San Francisco and the people who love it. You can also hear the stories Hear Here has collected so far and share your own.

This event is from 6 to 9pm at the Polish Club in San Francisco’s Mission District (3040 22nd Street at Shotwell). It’s a partnership with the Mission Arts and Performance Project. For more information, or to RSVP, visit the event page on Facebook.