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Every year, Bay Area residents are invited to sing out the old year while singing in the new one at Sing for Your Life. Led by Oakland native David Worm, Sing for Your Life is 12-hours of continuous community singing. Sing for Your Life has taken place on December 30th for the last 18 years at...

With the holidays fast approaching, the sounds of holiday music will soon fill your ears. Of course, if you are one of the millions celebrating Christmas, the number of holiday songs for you to carol along to seems endless. For those celebrating Hanukkah, the choices are a little slimmer. Our...

Life is stressful these days. Sometimes getting through a single day is a mental grind, and you are rewarded for getting through it by doing it all over again the next day. How do you find that inner peace we all crave? Our guest today, Elana Vollen, might have some answers for you. Founder of...

Laughter is the best medicine, and in today's world of political angst, that statement has rarely been more true. From newspaper cartoons to late-night comedians, politics and humor have been hand-in-hand with each other since the dawn of our nation. Our guest today, Charlie Varron, is a part of...

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Unless your name is a Smith or a Jones, there is a good chance that you have had your name mispronounced at some point in your life. For our guest Irma Herrera, mispronounced names carry a much deeper meaning. With a 30-year background in civil rights law, Irma has gotten a firsthand view of the...

It’s been 55 years since America was introduced to The Beatles, changing music forever. The musical writings of John Lennon and Paul McCartney had multiple generations of Americans hooked on the British Invasion. In the years since The Beatles, their music has lived on through hundreds of...

The Bay Area is a unique sports market with 6 different professional sports teams for fans to follow and root for. While much can be made about the Giants and 49ers in San Francisco, the City of Oakland has played a major role in crafting its own contributions to the history of Bay Area Sports....

As any parent can tell you, parenting can be very hard. Building a stable family also presents its challenges. Luckily, there are people like Cathy Botello and Misty Smith, who together help run the C.O.P.E Family Support Center. COPE is a non-profit organization that works to provide supportive...

Last winter, we had Nick Ishimaru on the podcast to talk about A Noh Christmas Carol, a retelling of the classic tale with a mix of traditional Japanese theater forms of noh, kyogen, kabuki and avante garde dance. This year, Nick has another play set to release at the Theater of Yugen: Seen /By...

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