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Calexico on World Cafe

Monday, November 21st at 6pm
Cumbias and Rancheras dot the landscape of El Mirador, the latest album from Southwestern Tex-Mex band, Calexico. Lead singer Joey Burns wanted to both physically and thematically return to Tucson, after moving to Boise, Idaho in 2020. Recorded at longtime member Sergio Mendoza’s house, El Mirador is about introspection and connectivity. Calexico joins host Stephen Kallao for an interview and performance on the next World Cafe.

2022-11-22T13:35:08-05:00November 21st, 2022|

Community Connection: Artspace Gallery

Artspace is a nonprofit gallery in Richmond Virginia located in the Stratford Hills Shopping Center. The gallery’s mission is to promote the understanding and awareness of contemporary art with monthly exhibitions, performances and more. Artspace is partnering with the James River Association this fall to celebrate the James River and the 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act. Going on now, the biennial members’ exhibition, “Watershed” features artwork about the James River, water and the environment.

The James River Association’s exhibition, “Where Art and the River Converge” opens on December 9th. A public reception will take place from 6-9 pm at the gallery.

For more information, you can go to their website, artspacegallery.org.

2022-10-26T10:54:30-04:00November 20th, 2022|

Community Connection: Partnership for the Future

Partnership for the Future is a nonprofit in Richmond that equips high-achieving high school students for success in college and beyond. For almost 30 years, Partnership has been helping eliminate barriers that often prevent low-income and first-generation students from applying, attending, and graduating from their best-fit college. The organization is excited to begin hosting community events to ensure students in the Richmond metropolitan have the tools they need to attend college.

For more information about college access and their community events, you can follow them on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn at “Partnership for the Future”.

2022-11-18T11:22:45-05:00November 18th, 2022|

Community Connection: CHAT Richmond

Workforce Development at Church Hill Activities & Tutoring, or CHAT, is a nonprofit based in Richmond’s East End. Through the After School Program, Church Hill Academy, and Workforce Development Program, CHAT provides educational opportunities to students and young adults, creating pathways for them to discover their potential.

You can learn more about their programs and ways to get involved on their website: chatrichmond.org.

2022-11-18T11:16:45-05:00November 18th, 2022|

Community Connection: Housing Families First

Housing Families First is a nonprofit in Richmond that gives families facing homelessness the opportunity to build a legacy for their families by providing a path to a permanent home. Their vision is a Richmond region where all children and their families have a safe place to call home.

More information about their services and ways to get involved is online at housingfamiliesfirst.org.

2022-11-18T11:11:50-05:00November 18th, 2022|

Community Connection: Enroll Virginia

The Enroll Virginia program at the Virginia Poverty Law Center is a network of community-based organizations committed to helping all Virginians access high quality, affordable health coverage. Open Enrollment on HealthCare.gov runs from now until Sunday, January 15th. The Program is hosting a series of in-person and virtual enrollment events all over the state to help people apply and select a plan that fits their needs. Their enrollment experts are trained and certified to provide unbiased support with health insurance options through the Marketplace and Medicaid. Guests are invited to attend one of their enrollment events, which are open to the public, or make an appointment with a navigator to learn more.

More information is on their website, enrollva.org.

2022-11-18T11:05:04-05:00November 18th, 2022|

Amy Ray on World Cafe

Friday, November 18th at 6pm
Amy Ray can find hope in almost anything. On her latest solo album, If it All Goes South, the Indigo Girls member finds positivity and love in places other folks might give up on. On the next World Cafe, Amy Ray talks about why she’s chosen to stay in the South despite the political climate. Plus, live performances from this year’s AmericanaFest.

2022-11-21T10:10:27-05:00November 18th, 2022|

Encore: Tedeschi Trucks Band on World Cafe

Thursday, November 17th at 6pm
I Am The Moon is the most ambitious project yet from Tedeschi Trucks Band. Based on a classic Persian poem, it’s a collection of 24 songs spread across 4 albums, each with a corresponding film. Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks will talk about what led to I Am The Moon and how the recording sessions were one of their favorite moments as a band. Hear a live session with Tedeschi Trucks Band on the next World Cafe.

2022-11-18T15:05:09-05:00November 17th, 2022|

Alex G on World Cafe

Wednesday, November 16th at 6pm
Have you ever had a feeling you just couldn’t put into words? That’s what Philadelphia’s Alex G tries to capture with his music. On the next World Cafe, he’ll talk about how he approaches songwriting on his new album God Save the Animals, the music that helped inspire the record, plus you’ll hear him perform the songs live.

2022-11-17T12:27:46-05:00November 17th, 2022|

Friendship mini-concert on World Cafe

Tuesday, November 15th at 6pm
Friendship’s latest album, and first from Merge Records, is Love The Stranger. Behind lead singer Dan Wriggins’ low rumbling voice are songs that capture the spirit of everyday, with elements of Americana and classic country infused with their indie rock roots. We’ll hear the Philadelphia band perform a mini-concert, on the next World Cafe.

2022-11-17T12:25:57-05:00November 17th, 2022|