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March 17, 2012

Arts in the Valley, Saturday, March 3, 8pm, Sunday, 4, 2pm, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

by arthouseflower

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Tune into Arts in the Valley on Sat., March 3, and Sunday, March 4, host Kim McMillon will interview journalist William Wong on Linsanity, MamaKoatl in celebration of  International Women’s Month, and  Staci Santa, and Joey Essig about the Merced Arts Council.

To listen to author William Wong, click onto the link:linsanity

Journalist William Wong has created a series of articles on sports figure Jeremy Lin, and stereotypes that are placed on races.

Check out his articles at:  http://blog.sfgate.com/wwong/2012/02/25/linsanity-5-confirming-stereotypes

William Wong is an author, and oral historian who was born and grew up in Oakland, California’s Chinatown, the son of immigrants from China. His books include Yellow Journalist: Dispatches from Asian America and Images of America: Oakland’s Chinatown. He has written for the Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, the Oakland Tribune, East Bay Express, East-West, Asian Week, Filipinas Magazine, and salon.com. He has also been a regional commentator for The News Hour with Jim Lehrer on PBS and a political commentator on KQED-FM and KPFA-FM.

A Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines in the 1960s, he has traveled widely. He enjoys walking, tai chi, qigong, yoga, cooking, watching sports, going to the movies, watching TV dramas and PBS news shows, and having stimulating conversations about politics, culture, sports, racial and ethnic identity, and history. His oral history project focuses on Oakland Chinatown elders

 

Click onto the link to listen to MamaKoatl:mama kwat-1

MamaKoatl is a San Francisco-based Poet, Songstress, Kurandera and ARTivist. Her song and poetry are invitations to healing our earth, to renewing our human spirit. Her debut album Border Crossing Diosa is a historical document of poetry, prayer and protest. Mamakoatl began singing and playing the guitar in high school in Mexico.

 

Click onto the link to listen to Staci Santa and Joey Essig:merced arts

Staci Santa, the Executive Director of the Merced Arts Council, and Joey Essig, the operations director for the Arts Center discuss the Council’s Casino Royale fundraiser, and their hunt for a new Executive Director.

Incorporated in 1978, the Merced County Arts Council serves to provide the synergy of education, place and voice to inspire and nurture the arts with particular emphasis towards ARTREE, an award winning artists in schools and communities program.
The Merced County Arts Council’s administration of the Multicultural Arts Center and community programs are funded in part by matched public monies, private corporation grants, local memberships and donations from businesses, individuals and service organizations.

November 7, 2010

Arts in the Valley, Sat., Nov. 20th, 8 PM

by arthouseflower

Click onto the link below to listen to the November 20th Arts in the Valley Program.

ARTSINVAL1120 Arts in the Valley on KYOS Radio Presents the following Programing for Saturday, November 20th, 8 PM.  http://www.1480kyos.com

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Noelle D.W. Chandler, the Education Director at Playhouse Merced,  will discuss the Playhouse’s conservatory and youth performing arts education program.  http://www.playhousemerced.com

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Melissa Tosetti
Founder/President
The Savvy Life
Smart Spending – Rich Living

 

Author of: Living the Savvy Life: Personal Finance From a Lifestyle Perspective

 

Melissa Tosetti is a Personal Finance Author, Teacher, Speaker, The Savvy Life Magazine Founder, Martial Arts Instructor and 2nd degree black belt in Choy Lay Fut Kung Fu.  Melissa teaches how to create a strong financial foundation through habits and routines that are easy to start, easy to maintain and work. She then demonstrates how to spend smart so you can live rich through The Savvy Life Philosophy of saving money on the things that are not as important to you so you can focus your spending on the things that are important to you.

 

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Bestselling author Dr. Raymond Moody will discuss his latest book, Glimpses of Eternity.  http://lifeafterlife.com

Dr. John L. Turner will discuss his book, Medicine, Miracles, and Manifestations: A Doctor’s Journey Through the Worlds of Divine Intervention, Near-Death Experiences and Universal Energy. (www.johnlturner.com)

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