The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 5, 2005

7:00
Shuttle woes, new planetary discovery, and other news from the Solar
System
William K. Hartmann, co-author of The Grand Tour: A Traveler’s Guide to
the Solar System
;
Event: Saturday, 7pm, Chabot Space and Science Center, 1000 Skyline Boulevard, Oakland. Info: 510-336-7368


7:30

Anne C. Bailey, author of African Voices of the Atlantic Slave Trade:
Beyond the Silence and the Shame




8:00
San Francisco Mime Troupe.
Keiko Shimosato, actor and writer;
Christian Cagigal, actor, writer and magician.


8:20

Pistahan 2005 Festival.
Al Perez, festival director;
Maggie Suarez, Banana Fairy Producer of Revival Arts;
Rob Trinidad, Production designer, Banana Fairy

8:30
Amy Butler Greenfield, author of A Perfect Red: Empire, Espionage,
and the Quest for the Color of Desire

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