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6:21pm

Wed February 26, 2014
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Hear Here: Carolyn Brandy's mysterious dream

Under CC license from Flickr user Mr.TinDC

Caroyln Brandy started playing the conga drum in the late 1960s.

“It was something that women didn’t really do back in those days,” Brandy says. “You didn’t grow up and think, ‘I’m gonna be a conga drummer.’ I started just being really mesmerized by the conga.”

Ever since she was a young girl, Brandy has also been mesmerized by a mysterious dream. She shared that story with our Hear Here community storytelling project.

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4:48pm

Thu January 16, 2014
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Hear Here: Kiana Sezawar's gardening discovery

Nine-year-old Kiana Eigahi and her mother Shahrzad.
Audrey DIlling

Third-grader Kiana Sezawar is learning to care for plants at the Visitacion Valley Greenway community garden.

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5:17pm

Tue January 7, 2014
Arts & Culture

Hear Here: Eric Hannan remembers working at 81st Ave. Library in Oakland

Eric Hannan, former Teen Service Director of the 81st Avenue Library in East Oakland. Hannan is now the Teen Librarian for San Francisco's Main Branch.

Eric Hannan was only supposed to work as the 81st Avenue Library's Teen Service Director for a few weeks. He ended up staying two years.

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5:17pm

Tue January 7, 2014
Economy/Labor/Biz

Hear Here: Michael Lefall's role model

For about a year and a half now, KALW has been popping into the 81st Avenue East Oakland library to record the stories of the people who live and work in the neighborhood. Michael Lefall spoke with us about the importance of role models.

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4:13pm

Tue November 19, 2013
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Hear Here: Meet Anthony Propernick

Anthony Propernick is the Senior Library Assistant at the 81st Avenue Branch library in East Oakland.
Audrey DIlling

For about a year and a half now, KALW has been popping into the 81st Avenue East Oakland library to record the stories of the people who live and work in the neighborhood. Today we meet the man who helps make the library a safe and valuable place for the community, Anthony Propernick.

Click the audio player above to listen to the story.

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