Julia Jackson: Children Are Forever

Julia Jackson's solo show

Did you know black babies are half the cost as white babies and you don’t have to wait as long? That’s what comic and writer Julia Jackson found out when she and her partner started the adoption process. It turned into a wild tale worth telling in her solo show, “Children Are Forever: All Sales Are Final,” at Stagewerx in the Mission Fridays and Saturdays through March 22. Marilyn Pittman hosts. Aired February 13, 2014, 7pm pacific. LISTEN after broadcast:

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Comic Marga Gomez’ New Show: “Lovebirds”

Marga Gomez

One of the first ‘out’ comics, award-winning solo performer Marga Gomez talks with Marilyn Pittman about her 10th solo show, “Lovebirds,” running January 23rd-March 15th at The Marsh in San Francisco’s Mission District. A G.L.A.A.D. award-winner, Marga has been seen on Logo, HBO, Showtime, and PBS. Marga and Marilyn talk about the early days of comedy and about Marga’s new show full of wacky lovers chasing love during the free love ’70s.  (Live interview aired January 16th, 2014)

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Holiday Music and Comedy Galore!

Crackpot Crones

What would the holidays be without a little Judy? Connie Champagne talks with host Marilyn Pittman about her Judy Garland show “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” on December 18th. On the flip side, there’s comedy and satire from The Crackpot Crones, a lesbian sketch comedy duo. Playwright and actor Terry Baum joins Marilyn as well. Music and clips!Thursday, December 12th, at 7pm Pacific. kalw.org and 91.7fm in San Francisco.

Jason Brock Sings ‘Tapestry’ to Start the Holidays!

Jason Brock

You may have seen him on TV in “X Factor,” the singing competition. Or you may have seen him around San Francisco singing his heart out. Called by producer LA Reid (Pink), “a songwriter’s best friend,” Jason starts our holiday season at Martuni’s in the city singing Carole King’s seminal 1971 album, “Tapestry,” Saturday and Sunday at 7pm, Nov. 23 & 24. Marilyn interviews him live at 7pm on November 21st @ kalw.org + 91.7fm.
http://jbtapestry.bpt.me
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Jose Sarria, The Widow Norton, Remembered

Jose Sarria

Jose Sarria was the first openly gay person to run for public office in the United States. He passed away on August 19th and his memorial is Friday, September 6th at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. Marilyn Pittman talks with historian and photographer Dan Nicoletta, portrayed in the 2008 movie ‘Milk,’ about Jose Sarria’s life and legacy. Airs Thursday, 9/5/13 at 7pm.

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