Arts & Culture

2:34pm

Mon August 6, 2012
Open Air 8/9

One Piano, Four Hands

The Zofo Piano Duo, Keisuke Nakagoshi and Eva-Maria Zimmerman, visit with host Alan Farley, and share excerpts from their new CD “Mind Meld – Works for One Piano, Four Hands.”  Airs Thursday 8/9 at 1pm. 

(After broadcast time, listen anytime until 1pm on 8/16 via KALW's Local Music Player.)

2:19pm

Mon August 6, 2012
Inforum 8/7

The Monsters Within

Chuck Palahniuk, author of “Fight Club” and  “Invisible Monsters Remix”, in conversation with writer Tom Barbash, contributing book critic for The New York Times.  On Inforum from the Commonwealth Club, Tuesday at 7pm.

1:34pm

Mon August 6, 2012
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Amelia Romano

Today we are featuring the harp-playing of Amelia Romano. She’s one of three young harpists performing at the “Festival of Harps, the Next Generation,” taking place this Wednesday, August 8 at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco. Music starts at 7pm.

11:29pm

Sun August 5, 2012
Arts & Culture

Today on Your Call: What are you doing for fun this summer that’s free or low cost?

On today's Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about free events, museums, nature walks, and hikes. What about free and low cost staycations where you take off a leave days, and enjoy your area. What are your recommendations? We’ll be joined by SFKids.org, FunCheapSF, and the Nature Institute. Join us at 10 or email feedback@yourcallradio.org. Where do you go to find free activities? It’s Your Call, with Holly Kernan and you.

Guests:

Johnny Hayes, the founder of funcheapsf.com, a listing of fun but affordable things to do in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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6:45pm

Thu August 2, 2012
Hear Here: A Pop-Up Radio Project

Hear Here: Meet Lita Hernandez

KALW's Hear Here producers met Lita Hernandez (pictured) at the 81st Avenue East Oakland Library. Photo by Audrey Dilling.

Here at KALW, we're experimenting with a new way of producing radio, and it involves you. It's our new community storytelling initiative, Hear Here: A Pop-Up Radio Project, in which we take our microphones to local neighborhoods to listen to your stories.

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