My Grandmother, The Great Migration, and African-American Spirituals

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In recognition of Black History Month, Lellingby Boyce performed a program titled “My Grandmother, The Great Migration, and African-American Spirituals”  on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015 at the Davis Senior Center.

Boyce’s earliest public performances in Davis focused on African-American spirituals and African-American storytelling. Since then, she has presented recitals of art songs and operatic arias, and audience-participation programs of Broadway’s gems.

Artist's Connection - Forming A Band

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Episode 1 of Artist's Connection features interviews and performances with Roger Trott of The Hey-Nows!, Kari King of Bonanza King and Richie Lawrence of Richie Lawrence and the Yolos.

Artist's Connection is a locally produced, monthly television series hosted by journalist and singer-songwriter, Kevin Fagan. The program features topic-driven interviews of artists with questions that go beyond persona and performance, revealing the reasons behind the choices that artists make, and giving viewers a glimpse through the eyes of the artist.

In The Studio - Mercer Veterinary Clinic for Pets of the Homeless

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Emily Merten hosts Rachel Ferris, Head Coordinator, and Caroline Hogan, Pharmacy Coordinator, both of the Mercer Veterinary Clinic.

topics discussed include: fundraising, undergrad veterinary experience, benefits of the Mercer Vet Clinic to our community.

Recorded 01/22/15.

In The Studio - Police Community Relations

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Lin Weaver hosts Patty Wong, County Librarian/Archivist, Yolo County Library, and Calvin Handy, UC Berkeley and UC Davis Police Chief Emeritus.

topics dicussed include: The March 12th Forum on Community Policing, challenges, frustrations and innovative solutions to better relations between the people and the police; The Peel's Principles of Modern Law Enforcement, and the California Law Enforcement Code of Ethics.