James Morgan, Dwayne Morgan and Walter Morgan Jr. are The Sons of the Soul Revivers, who have been singing gospel music together with family in the Bay Area since they were kids. Inspired by deep faith, their music is generated out of both devotion and celebration. They have brought their engaging p...
San Francisco Conservatory of Music cellist Daniela Gonzales Siu shares with Connect the Bay that "being in a quartet is one of the things that I love doing." Traveling from the Peruvian Andes to attend one of the top music schools in the U.S., she is a firm believer in art as a way to reach people....
The vision of the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is to preserve, celebrate, and promote knowledge about quilts and textiles, their creation, their beauty, and their relationship to human culture and expression. Director Camille Ann Brewer takes us on a tour for a closer look. For more informat...
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Connect the Bay: Needle Felting Stephanie Metz
Non-traditional sculptor Stephanie Metz has her studio at San Jose's Alameda Artworks collective, and fills it with her fantastic, fun, and sometimes downright weird creations. Working primarily in wool and industrial felt, she states "My artwork grows out of a sense of curiosity, play, and the desi...
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Independent Lens Rialto Screening of "Try Harder!"
Northern California Public Media is pleased to host Independent Lens documentaries with free screenings at Rialto Cinemas. In April, come to a viewing of “Try Harder!” produced and directed by Debbie Lum. At a prestigious San Francisco public high school with a majority Asian American student body,...
Original and reproduced historic buildings make up San Jose's History Park, revealing a fascinating glimpse of Santa Clara Valley’s past. Complete with paved streets, running trolleys, and an old-fashioned ice cream shop, this 14-acre site offers the charm and ambiance of times gone by. Nonprofit Hi...

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