Arts & Culture

5:35pm

Wed February 13, 2013
Arts & Culture

A brewing trend in San Francisco

photo by Brian Pelletier

The time it takes most people to do their grocery shopping, I could spend just standing in a well-stocked beer aisle. Or staring at tap handles in a bar. Every pint has its own story. Who’s responsible for the recipe? How is the beer crafted? Where did the beer come from? What are the brewer’s inspirations? These are all questions I ponder when I’m making my own beer, and I wanted to know what my fellow San Francisco homebrewers thought. 

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7:45am

Wed February 13, 2013
Dispatches from Kolkata for 2/13

The Kolkata Book Fair isn't what it used to be

Kolkata Book Fair
Sandip Roy

Ploughing through aisles and aisles of books selling guides to cracking management exams and microwave cookery, Sandip Roy wonders if he's been fooled by all these lines into believing in a city that is still enamored of actually reading...

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12:00am

Wed February 13, 2013

4:32pm

Tue February 12, 2013
Arts & Culture

Composing the musical beat of a broken heart

Johannes Brahms, classical composer and big softie

It’s not often we hear a story of love and heartbreak – and the music that was specifically composed for it. One such story befell the 19th century composer Johannes Brahms and Clara Schumann. Meghan Laslocky is author of The Little Book of Heartbreak and she shares their story of love and the music that told it with KALW’s Hana Baba.

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2:55pm

Tue February 12, 2013
Arts & Culture

Today’s Local Music: Knuckle Knockers

 

Today your listening to the Knuckle Knockers.  They’re from way down south … in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood. The Knuckle Knockers are part of the   on Saturday, February 16, at The Swedish American Hall in San Francisco, where they’re playing for a square dance! Doors open at 7pm.

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