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Wanda's Picks: Jerri Lange & Belva Davis

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The continuing story of Jerri Lange, a former Chronicle reporter; SFSU professor and longtime television host whose groundbreaking broadcasting career spanned several decades.Now in her late 80s, Jerri is still exploring, most recently becoming the student of a Master Zen Buddhist priest.  This exhibit follows not only her past work but focuses on her love for Japan and her ongoing spiritual journey. Meet Ms. Lange, Sunday, February 24, 2013, 2 PM in the Koret Auditorium, Lower Level, Main Library. http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=1012883001 Belva Davis has been a fixture in Bay Area journalism for more than five decades. Since becoming the first black female television journalist in the West in 1964, she has covered events of local, national, and international scope. Her tribute, hosted by former SF Mayor Willie Brown is Feb. 23, 7 p.m. is at YBCA's Forum. Visit http://ybca.org/belvadavis Teri Simmons pops into the studio to talk about the big free gospel concert this weekend, Sunday, Feb. 24, 4 p.m. at St. Paul's AME Church in Berkeley, CA http://www.stpaulberkeley.com concert this weekend Black Choreographers Festival Here and Now 9 concludes this weekend with Next Wave, new, seasoned and up and coming artists. We are joined by Serenity, Afia Thompson and Nafi Watson-Thompson, featured choreographers this weekend. Visit www.bcfhereandnow.com Music arranged by Teri Simmons, "His Eye is on the Sparrow/It is well with my Lord."
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Jerri Lange
Spiritual Journey to the Heart
Belva Davis Never in My Wildest Dreams Tribute
Teri Simmons pianist composer BCFHere and Now
Serenity Afia Thompson Nafi Watson Thompson
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