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We open with an interview with Kay Ellison-James, director/co-founder KayRod Productions for the Arts, Inc., and cast members of "A Dream Interrupted, A Life Reborn": Nzingha Dugas as “Marlene,” Achebe Hoskins (fiancé) as Isaiah and Aishya Earls as “Dr. Marshall,” on stage, Saturday, Oct. 24, 8 PM and Sunday, Oct. 25, 3 PM at the Malonga Theatre, 1428 Alice Street in Oakland. For information:(510)758-7884. Fly Away Productions honors 10 Women this weekend, Oct. 24, and we are pleased to have four on the show this morning: Susan Greene PhD, Break the Silence Mural Project, Karen Heisler, Co-owner, Mission Pie and Co-founder, Pie Ranch, Audrey Hudson, Pile Driver Journeyman, Pile Drivers Local #34, Mable Yee, Founder and CEO, EngageHer.org. The awards event is at ODC Commons, Studio B (351 Shotwell Street @ 17th Street, San Francisco), 6:30 PM cocktail reception and 8 PM ceremony. Call (415) 863-9834 or visit flyawayproductions.com Bay Area playwright, Imani Harrington, is back with a new work, "Bitter Fruit," directed by Susan E. Brown, in a preview, fundraiser Oct. 29, 7 PM, at Rasselas Jazz Club, 1534 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA. Visit www.imaniharrington.com We close the show with a conversation with Amos Paul Kennedy Jr., a journeyman letterpress printer living in rural Alabama. He is the subject of Laura Zinger’s feature documentary, "Proceed and Be Bold," at the SF Doc Festival, Oct. 16-29. “Proceed and Be Bold” screens Sat., Oct. 24, 9:15 PM at the Roxie Theater, 3117 16th Street, San Francisco. Visit www.sfindie.com and www.kennedyprints.com We feature the music of Oxisa who perform at the Elbo Room, Saturday, Oct. 24, 9 PM. It is the first concert for this Latin/Rock group in three years following the recovery of lead singer, Rowan Jimenez. We play “Siemba” and “Cuando Era Un Niño.” The show has been cancelled.

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