Arts & Culture

3:29pm

Thu April 12, 2012
Arts & Culture

StoryCorps: The Manalo Love Story

About 16 years ago, San Francisco native Allan Manalo visited Manila, the capital of the Philippines, in an effort to reconnect with his heritage. There he met his wife, Joyce D. Juan-Manalo and recognized that even though they grew up with an ocean between them, they were strikingly similar in many ways. Here they recall the sparks that connected them in the beginning.

This interview was facilitated by Frank Kingman of San Francisco Storycorps.

3:57pm

Wed April 11, 2012
Arts & Culture

Local Music - Future Twins

The song you’re hearing is the very-San Francisco band called Future Twin. The band started as a trio but is now a five-piece group … when they all show up. They have a show planned Saturday (04.14) at El Rio in San Francisco. They’ll probably include songs from their debut EP cassette, which came out in January. Music starts around 9pm. [Yes, they released a CASSETTE~!]

 

3:35pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Arts & Culture

Thinking outside the boxing ring in East Oakland

East Oakland can be a tough neighborhood for a kid. It's a landscape designed for industry, not for children, and there aren’t many places to play. But a couple blocks east of the 880 freeway, down 98th avenue, is a little refuge that serves as a second home and playground for the those growing up in East Oakland. It's the East Oakland Boxing Association.

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2:00pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Arts & Culture

Librarian blogger keeps tabs on tech revolution

Sarah Houghton authors the library technology blog "Librarian in Black".
Library Journal

In 2003, librarian Sarah Houghton was tired of having to wander around the Internet looking for information about technology and Web services. So she stopped looking and made a blog of her own. She called it “Librarian in Black,” so that her blog would match her wardrobe.

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12:25pm

Tue April 10, 2012
Arts & Culture

Shady Maples

Photo courtesy of http://www.facebook.com/shadymaples

Today we're featuring a local band called Shady Maples. They’re a northern-southern band, actually; the singing guitarist lives in the Bay Area and the lap steel player resides in San Diego. Their talents will converge on Sunday, April 15th, when they’ll have a free show at Rasputin Records in Berkeley, starting about 2 pm.

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