From the Port Commission Hearing Room, Sedge welcomes:
SALVADOR ALVARENGA, the Salvadorian fisherman who survived alone adrift at sea for fourteen months, longer than anyone in recorded history, and JONATHAN FRANKLIN, Chilean-based journalist who brought his story to life in 438 Days, which Outside Magazine calls "the best survival book in a decade".
DANIEL ALARCON, the Peruvian-American novelist and producer of Radio Ambulante brings us his graphic novel, City of Clowns.
STEEP RAVINE bring us soulful folky songs and fiery bluegrass instrumentals that make a uniquely Californian sound.
URBAN REMEDY founder Neka Pasquale brings us a taste of her raw and organic snacks, meals, juices and tinctures.
ROB REICH, accordion player and pianist known for his groups Tin Hat and Gaucho, in as house pianist today.