We're tuning our vocal chords and channeling our inner rockstar on
tonight's show (which will be delivered largely in song):
•RJ Lozada covers the 5th year of Hyphen Magazine’s illustrious Mr.
Hyphen Pageant and this year’s winner, Kyle Chu, who was crowned last
weekend in San Francisco;
•We highlight a benefit for the indigenous communities of Bangladesh,
a country that has been rocked by the recent flaring up of decades old
•Eloise dives into the benefits of everyday herbs and cooks with
Daniel Eng from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
and interviews him on his first book, Cooking With Chinese Herbs: A
Guide for Students of Chinese Medicine;
•And LIVE! in the studio we have Lou and Lenny from the League of POGI
GENTLEMEN (not to be confused with the League of PANGIT Gentlemen) for
some acoustic karaoke, talk-story, and ukulele mojo.
Come sing a-long with your hosts, Eloise and RJ!
Attention: • Click here to Donate to KPFA now! • Thanks to Brad Monnette of Redwood City, Joyce Speakman of Oakland, SIGI MITCHELL of Berkeley, Mercy Sequeira of Sunnyvale and Sandy Weil of San Francisco for your donations. • Thanks to SALLY SACHS of Berkeley, Cathleen Plutchok of Palo Alto, Phyllis Luckman of Oakland, DANNY GLOVER of Berkeley and Barbara Sampson of Concord for supporting us. • Click here to Donate to KPFA now! • A big thank you to Larry Beauchemin of Fairfield, William Roller of Berkeley, Sarah Bridge of San Francisco, Ixtanyolha Esquivel of San Leandro and Robert Baldock of Berkeley for your support. • Click here to Donate to KPFA now! • A big thank you to Lynda Ferguson of Walnut Creek, Susan Park of Oakland, Darothy Asbe of San Rafael, Christopher Regalo of Oakland and David Herr of Forestville for keeping KPFA Rising! • Shout out to Steve Aocino of Fairfax, Jeremy Cox of Oakland, DONNA MICKLESON of Berkeley, janet mccoll of Albany and Laura Ingram of Oakland. • Shout Out to ED TREUTING of Emeryville, Ron Duben of San Rafael, Robert H OSullivan of Oakland, Karen Stern of Berkeley and Luz Martinez Richmond for supporting listener sponsored radio.