- Event Details
KQED Pop, Do415, and The Rumpus Present:
A Night of Music, Live Radio, Comedy & Literature
Join new kid on the block KQED Pop in partnership with Do415 and The Rumpus for a FREE celebration of all things Culture. This special event will include comedy, music, literature and live radio at the Verdi Club.
Free with RSVP at www.Do415.com/SpringFever
James & Evander (music) - Rising East Bay dreamy synth-pop duo
Sean Keane (comedy) – SF Bay Area comedian
Wendy MacNaughton (Illustrator) - Drawings appear in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and NPR.
Caroline Paul (writer) - Author of Fighting Fire, East Wind Rain, and Lost Cat.
Chris Colin (story telling) - New York Times contributor and award-winning author
Amy Standen (live radio) - Journalist, author, and cofounder of the quarterly magazine Meatpaper
Lauren Sommer (live radio) - Science and Environment Reporter for KQED
Social Studies (music) - One of our favorite local indie rock outifts
KQED Pop is a new daily blog that critically examines the social and cultural impact of music, movies, television, advertisements, fashion, the internet and all the other collective experiences that make us laugh, cringe and cry. Spring Fever will bring this mentality to life: engage with the people who cultivate culture and share a laugh, a cringe, and maybe (if you're lucky) even a tear.
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