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Join us at the SF Ferry Building for two hours of conversation, music & play. Stay tuned for guests.

This week, SEDGE talks with
PHILLIPA KELLY, who know from he reading of King Lear how we can all be at various times in our lives, beggars or kings.  That dispossesion can be physical, emotional, or spiritual.  How do we cope?  Her life in Australia growing up shaped her with King Lear as required reading. 

SUSAN CASEY knows her rogues, those waves that travel round the world like Melville's Universal Thump and toss about freighters and surfers.  She writes about these natural phenomena with gusto and humor.

Spam is now locked up in Hawaii to foil shoplifters.  TERRY JONES reminds us of the rôle of the mash-up meat product in our consciousness.

MIKE GREENSILL performs the amber waves of grain song, from sea to shining sea.



DANIEL HANDLER and LISA BROWN - Author as Lemony Snickett and illustrator of The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming: A Christmas Story, the holiday classic in the tradition of A Christmas Carol and cooking tips by Lizzie Borden

The OAKLAND INTERFAITH GOSPEL CHOIR, with a Joy To The World that is utterly joyful.


KARL & CARL, the globe-trotting comedians stop by with their latest (most ridiculous) edition of Tips on Travel for the holiday season.


The HOT CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO, with Django Bells and other too cool yule of Le Jazz Hot for this winter week



MIKE GREENSILL, piano sleigh