Arts & Culture

1:49pm

Sun January 13, 2013
Folk Music & Beyond ~ 1/19/13

A Tribute to Joni Mitchell's "Blue"

"Folk Music & Beyond" pays tribute to Joni Mitchell, who turns 70 later this year.  Our special guest this Saturday (1/19) at 3 pm will be Dina Maccabbee, music director of "Under Cover Presents:  Joni Mitchell's Blue", a masterful mashup of Bay Area musicians who each cover a different song from the album, infusing it with their distinctive sound and personality.

4:24pm

Fri January 11, 2013
Arts & Culture

Turnstyle: How to frame the debate over video games and gun violence

Image courtesy of TurnstyleNews.com

The Penny Arcade Report’s Ben Kuchera has a powerhouse of an editorial up today.

Kuchera uses Quentin Tarantino’s stark refusal to play into an interviewer gambit to see his films– specifically the gun violence heavy Django Unchained – through the lens of the Sandy Hook massacare as a prototype for how game makers should deal with the mainstream press on the issue:

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12:34pm

Thu January 10, 2013
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Brendan Getzell

Brendan Getzell describes his sound as “Grey’s Anatomy” music for “House” people. If you don’t understand those TV show references, try this: he specializes in epic power-rock.

 If you’d like to hear this brand of music in an intimate setting, Getzell will be performing with Peter Chung on Saturday (01.12) at The Bazaar Café in San Francisco, starting about 7pm.

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4:50pm

Wed January 9, 2013
Crosscurrents

Crosscurrents: January 9, 2013

Planting a permanent culture in San Francisco; taking the carrot approach to school lunch; Hear Here: Peace and quiet at the Mormon temple; and local band Counter Culture.

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4:45pm

Wed January 9, 2013
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Hear Here: Peace and quiet at the Mormon temple

The spectacularly lit Mormon Temple in the Oakland Hills has been a fixture in the East Bay skyline for over almost fifty years. As part of our place profiles series, KALW's Isabel Angell decided to see what the temple looked like up close.

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