This past Sunday was our final performance of, “Our Daily Bread” at CounterPULSE. After a two week run which included 8 sold out performances and one show for students from Mission High School, I am still feeling the overwhelm of such a wonderful, ass kicking, joyous and painful experience that was the making and performing […]
April 27, 2011
April 20, 2011
Reflections on the opening weekend of “Our Daily Bread” This past Thursday, Our Daily Bread opened to very supportive and enthusiastic audiences. It was an amazing experience filled with love, food, exhaustion and the absolute commitment of all of the performers and creators who were integral to this experience. Laura Diamondstone created a magical environment […]
April 9, 2011
EVENT CANCELLED Fresh from the Oven Potluck food party in the Tenderloin National Forest! April 9, SAT from 1-4pm @ the Tenderloin National Forest, 509 Ellis St. (@ Leavenworth), San Francisco FREE Home cooked food, Music, and YOU!
April 4, 2011
The food chain is only as strong as the weakest link and other thoughts leading up to this monster called, “Our Daily Bread” It has been a minute since my last post and sooooo much has happened. The artistic crew who are conjuring this work, Our Daily Bread celebrated the 100th anniversary of International Women’s […]
March 12, 2011
Fresh from the Oven Potluck food party in the Tenderloin National Forest! MARCH 12, SAT from 1-4pm @ Tenderloin National Forest, 509 Ellis St. (@ Leavenworth), San Francisco FREE Home cooked food, Music, and YOU!
February 27, 2011
Harvesting Justice Brunch and Fundraiser for Peopleʼs Grocery FEB 27, SUN at 10:30am @ Pauley Ballroom at UC Berkeley, 2475 Bancroft Way, 94704 The event has sold out, but there is a possibility to arrive and be on the wait list. Performances, a food justice program, and a community meal – all to support People’s […]
February 25, 2011
Dig Deep FEB 25-26, FRI-SAT at 8PM @ Eastside Arts Alliance, 2277 International Blvd, Oakland CA, 94606 $15 donation Dig Deep: An evening of dance, music and spoken word about our food traditions, featuring works in progress by dancers Amara Tabor Smith & Traci Bartlow. Spoken word by Aimee Suzara, Mona Webb and more!
February 14, 2011
For many years on my birthday, my mother would make her seafood gumbo. It was one of the few times I would ask her to make this dish and I always liked to share this experience with family and friends because my mother’s gumbo is an experience. It is thick, messy, full of crabs legs, […]