Radio Africa Kitchen had been planning a big fundraiser for KPOO, San Francisco, as well as for the project to bring solar energy to rural Tanzania, but is going through it following a recent break-in. Huge love and well wishes to the Radio Africa Kitchen. Show your love; show your support for Radio Africa Kitchen, 4800 Third Street, 415.420.2486. One…
Tune in to 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), Tuesday 21 March, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, “For the People.” Help us celebrate 27 years of independence in Namibia. You could win tickets to cheque Blues Foundation Nominee John del toro Richardson (www.deltoroblues.com), who is being considered for his album: Tengo Blues. Or you may win tickets for Nick Schnebelen (www.nickschnebelnkc.com). Both John and Nick appear here in San Francisco this week at Biscuits and Blues (www.biscuitsandblues.com). Also have tickets for the 15th Annual Oakland International Film Festival (www.oiff.org). Finally got that Block Report Radio (www.blockreportradio.com) interview with the last DJ for Prince, Pam the Funkstress. Sadly, “For the People” bid farewell to a Jamaican legend, to a prolific bluesman as well as to the father of Rock and Roll. Also, hear a few birthday salute, including for actor Al Freeman, Jr., and the big man–King Solomon Burke—gone but certainly not forgotten. All that and more, Tuesday the 21st March, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tune in to 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com) Tuesday 14 March, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, “For the People.” Hear several birthday salutes, including humanitarian, arranger, composer and singer-songwriter–Quincy Jones (www.quincyjones.com). We remember the legacy of Civil Rights Activist and singer, Fannie Lou Hamer, as well as bluesman Eddie King. Hear our featured conversation for the afternoon with Emanuel Ibrahim Shemdoe and Charles A. Bonner as they discuss fundraising efforts to bring solar energy and other renewable resources to Dar es Salam and surrounding rural area through Bonergies Global Charitable Fund (www.bgcfund.org). The Block Report Radio (www.blockreportradio.com) shares an interview with the last DJ for Prince before his transition, Pam the Funkstress. Hear that and more, plus ticket giveaways Tuesday the 14th March, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (email@example.com).
Tune in to KPOO Radio, 89.5FM (www.kpoo.com, Tuesday the 24th January 2017 at 4pm, PST, “For the People,” for several birthday salutes, including actor Ernest Borgnine, saxophonist Jimmy Forrest, ballerina Maria Tallchief, singers Neil Diamond and Aaron and actor Daveed Diggs. The music of Grammy award-winning violinist Mads Tolling is featured, as he prepares to have a CD release party at Yoshis (www.yoshis.com) Sunday the 29th January, with guest vocalist Kenny Washington. Hear that and more, at 4pm, PST, on KPOO, San Francisco, “For the People.” Hosted and produced by Safi wa Nairobi (firstname.lastname@example.org.).
Tune in to 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco, Tuesday the 10th January at 4pm, PDT, “For the People.” Hear a conversation with Frank London of the Klezmatics (www.klezmatics.com), who recently performed at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley (www.freightandsalvage.org). There will also be a live performance and conversation with Blues singer Reverend Rabia (www.revrabia.com), as she prepares for a performance Friday the 13th at the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company (www.hmbbrewingco.com). “For the People” salutes the upcoming musical tribute honouring the late Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (www.mlktribute.com) at the 15th annual “in the Name of Love” event being presented Sunday the 15th January at the Oakland Scottish Rite Centre by Living Jazz (www.livingjazz.org). Additionally, “For the People” features a conversation with distinguished choreographer, dancer, director Bill T. Jones (www.billtjones.org), whol gives a lecture Sunday the 22nd January 2017 at the Jewish Community Centre of San Francisco (www.jccsf.org). That and more, Tuesday the 10th January 2017, 4pm, PDT, on KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Hosted and produced by Safi wa Nairobi (email@example.com).
Tune in to 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), Tuesday THE 6TH December, 4pm – 6pm, PST, “For the People.” During the first hour, drummer, producer, singer, bandleader and songwriter Larry Vann will join us, along with his guitarist, for a live performance. During the second hour, singer/songwriter Paula Harris joins us for an in-studio conversation. Hear that and more, including a birthday salute to Charlie Hickox, all between 4pm – 6pm, PST, Tuesday the 6th December, on KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tune in to KPOO, San Francisco, 89.5FM, Tuesday the 25th October 2016, 4pm – 6pm, PST, “For the People,” for an interview with David “Ziggy” Marley, following his riveting performance at the Fillmore in San Francisco this past Thursday (21 October). Got more for you regarding the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party (for Self Defence), as well as new music from Michael Skinner and others. Loads of upcoming events, including at Biscuits and Blues in San Francisco (www.biscuitsandblues.com), the Jewish Community Centre of San Francisco (www.jccsf.org), the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley (www.freightandsalvage.org), and Yoshi’s in Oakland (www.yoshis.com). Hear that and more, Tuesday the 25th October, 4pm – 6pm, PST, on 89.5FM, KPOO San Francisco, and online at www.kpoo.com, “For the People,” hosted and produced by Safi wa Nairobi (email@example.com).
Tune in Tuesday The 20th September, to KPOO, San Francisco, 89.5FM and www.kpoo.com, “For the People,” 4pm – 6pm, PDT. Enjoy in-studio guests: visual artist Adrian Gomez, vising from Costa Rica, with multiple Bay Area exhibitions; and Judy Drummond, host of “Connecting the Dots,” heard every Thursday afternoon on KPOO. Also, hear part one of the salute to former KPOO programmer, activist and humanitarian, Barbra Lubinski. That and more this Tuesday, the 20th September, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco, and throughout cyberspace, www.kpoo.com, produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Saturday, September 3 through December 15, 2016
San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin Street, Third Floor
Curated by KPOO’s own Melonie Green, Black Matters is a multimedia exhibition from AfroSolo that welcomes Black people, other people of color, and white people to look at Black matters by Black artists from the Black perspective. This exhibit is part of the 22nd annual AfroSolo Arts Festival.
Since 1994, the AfroSolo Arts Festival has provided a forum for Black people to give an authentic voice to the Black experience. The mission of AfroSolo is to nurture, promote, and present Black art and
culture through solo performances and the visual and literary arts. Their aim is to bring people of all ethnicities together to explore and share the bonds that unite everyone.
Source: San Francsco Public Library
Vote at City HallAny voter may vote at the City Hall Voting Center beginning 29 days before the election. The Voting Center is located outside Room 48 in City Hall. The building is fully accessible and an accessible voting machine is available for voters with disabilities.
October 11-November 7, 2016
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (October 10 is a legal holiday; the City Hall Voting Center is closed)
October 29-30 and November 5-6, 2016
Saturday–Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (the public must enter City Hall on Grove Street)
Tuesday, November 8
Election Day! 7 a.m.–8 p.m.
To learn more about how and where to vote and what’s on the ballot, visit The Department of Elections.
Source: City and County of San Francisco Department of Elections