Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Thea Hensel on the Southeast Greenway in Santa Rosa and Lois Perlman on her one-woman play The Last of the Red Hot Tenants on the stage in Guerneville, broadcast on 10/3/16, has been uploaded to the web archives.
1. Thea Hensel, Co-Chair, Southeast Greenway Campaign
2. Lois Perlman, Playwright, Last of the Red Hot Tenants
Guest 1. Thea Hensel discusses the 8-year old campaign to set aside a CalTrans Project for a Greenway designed with public input. CalTrans has freed the land and the City of Santa Rosa has held one meeting in August. The residents of Sonoma County are invited to voice their input at a a second and final community-planning workshop where they will have the opportunity to weigh in on the land use and circulation alternatives for the Greenway developed from the first workshop in August.
Event: Second Greenway Planning Workshop October 8, 2016, 10 to noon, at Montgomery High School, Santa Rosa, CA
Guest Link: www.southeastgreenway.org
Guest 2. Lois Perlman has written a one-woman play Last of the Red Hot Tenants and will perform it in Guerneville on Friday October 14 at the Blue Deer Gallery at 7pm. Lois discusses how she got to learn about the woman in San Francisco who resisted gentrification of her neighborhood.
Guest Link: Lois5@sonic.net
Music Selections: Colors Of The Wind by Tori Kelly (on YouTube)
“What Is America To Me?” (The House I Live In) performed by Alessandra Sorace (on YouTube)