The Broom Street Theater is putting on several performances of “The White Rose“, a story about protests in Hitler’s Nazi Germany. Jan talks to director, Simone LaPierre and actress Morgan Gorman about the play and how it is relevant today.
Jan talks with Mai Zong Vue about the egg roll fundraiser to support the summer Hmong Language and Culture Enrichment Program, which helps middle school age children learn about their culture.
The Arts & Literature Laboratory is announcing the open call for applications for their 2018 Community Supported Art project. Modeled after Community Supported Agriculture, the concept is simple—collectors buy a share of art comprised of locally-produced works by a select group of artists. Max Puchalsky talks about the process.
Stacy Stone, Lisa Nunez, and Sariah Dane talk with Jan Miyasaki about an upcoming show and display at the 608 Arts event center, with the theme of “Fear and Gratitude“. The show will feature spoken performance, dance and drumming, embroidery, hip-hop, and more!
The U.S. Senate is preparing for a reconciliation vote on Thursday, which will allow votes for the budget to pass on a simple majority, 51 votes, instead of the Senate’s usual 60 votes. Linda Benesch from Social Security Works talks about potential Medicare and Medicaid cuts Republicans want in order to pay for tax cuts […]
You’re pregnant… do you need a doula — probably no. Do you want a doula — perhaps — studies have shown birthing with less pain, shorter labor, fewer C-sections with a doula present. Amy Gilliland, doula trainer, talks about the practical and emotional support that a doula serves, and also discusses her training workshops.