topics discussed include: multimedia information at Davis Senior High School via the school newspaper: The Hub, The Hub online and Facebook, how to get into the class and the jobs through the journalism class.
KDRT was thrilled to have Dirk Hamilton share his talent and stories with us. Dirk is such a prototypical singer-songwriter-guitar player - someone ought to make a movie about him (and in fact, Dirk does appear front and center in the upcoming documentary "Folk" which examines how three artists at dramatically different stages in their careers work to reach an audience).
The celebration consists of the speech, presentations and music from vocalists and bands starting at 10:30 a.m. at the Varsity Theatre, 616 Second St. It is brought to the community by the city of Davis and the Davis Human Relations Commission. The Rev. Tim Malone, the campus community outreach minister for UC Davis and director of the Broderick Christian Center in West Sacramento, was keynote speaker at the event.
Topics discussed include: finding the best college fit for high school seniors, what are the most common myths and questions about college today, what should be the priorities and how to navigate through the financial aid maze.
Rock icon and cult favorite Paul Collins got his start with Peter Case and Jack Lee in 1974, their band The Nerves toured with The Ramones and recorded a song called “Hanging On The Telephone.” The song would later become a hit when covered by Deborah Harry and Blondie on the Parallel Lines album.
Hans Eberbach is an award-winning vocalist and songwriter who was born on the west coast and raised in the northeast wilds of Maine, returning to the California sunshine after high school to launch his career in the mid '90s as the singer for Sacramento-based roots rock band Sweet Vine.
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