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  • 01:01

    Thank God I'm free

    in Religion

     
    John 8:35-37 35 And the servant abideth not in the house for ever: but the Son abideth ever. 36 If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed. 37 I know that ye are Abraham's seed; but ye seek to kill me, because my word hath no place in you. KJV  

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  • 01:30

    Wanda's Picks Radio

    in Art

    Host out of town. Rebroadcast at 7 AM of Wednesday, July 19, 2010, show featuring Jo Kreiter and her collaborators have nationally recognized expertise in creating site-specific and apparatus-based performance work. Their current production, the result of Flyaway Productions’ 2010 Arts and Activism Apprenticeship premieres: July 21-22, 7 at CounterPulse in San Francisco. I went to the tech rehearsal and the young choreographers were stellar. You can catch the adult company, Flyaway Productions next month at the 100 Anniversary of the Women's Building in San Francisco. We close with a special interview with Angela Bofill, whose musical theatre piece opened Thursday, July 22, and continues through Sunday, July 25, at the RRazz Room at Hotel Nikko in San Francisco. Bofill narrates and Maysa sings her role. There is a stellar lineup with friends and other special guests on the bill. Note the earlier broadcast.

  • 01:31

    Wanda's Picks

    in Art

    Jo Kreiter and her collaborators have nationally recognized expertise in creating site-specific and apparatus-based performance work. Their current production, the result of Flyaway Productions’ 2010 Arts and Activism Apprenticeship premieres: July 21-22, 7at CounterPulse in San Francisco. This summer program for girls is inspired by the company’s mission to make dances that live at the intersection of acrobatic spectacle and social justice. 15 young artists received a paid summer apprenticeship, facilitating both dance-making and community–based activism. The young artists come to Flyaway from the Mission, Bayview Hunter’s Point, the Avenues, South of Market and Oakland. Shows are: Wednesday-Thursday, July 21-22, 2010, 7 PM, at CounterPulse,1310 Mission Street @ 9th, San Francisco. Visit www.flyawayproductions.com Tickets:$6-12 sliding-scale, Youth (14 & under) free. Visit counterpulse.org or call 1-800-838-3006 We close with a special interview with Angela Bofill who is bringing "The Angela Bofill Experience," narrated and written by her to the RRazz Room at Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason Street (between Ellis and O'Farrell)San Francisco, July 22-24, 2010. For tickets visit:www.therrazzroom.com or call: 415.394.1189. Continuing her miraculous recovery from two devastating strokes (2006 and 2007), legendary Classic Soul/R&B/Jazz singer Angela Bofill will be appearing in a mini-tour with friends. The show will mark Angela's first public appearance since her stroke. Singing the songs of Angela's career will be award winning vocalist Maysa (Stevie Wonder's female backup group Wonderlove and British jazz/funk/R&B band Incognito), and Grammy-winning jazz flutist Dave Valentin, who played an important part in Angela's early career, will provide his own stories as well as perform. Special friends Phil Perry and Norman Connors will also perform. Sounds like a happy reunion.