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Bowling with Grace: The First Annual Kitchen Sisters Bowling Party & Fundraiser

Bowling with Grace: The First Annual Kitchen Sisters Bowling Party & Fundraiser

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Bowling with Grace: The First Annual Kitchen Sisters Bowling Party & Fundraiser

Drinks + Food + Music + Strikes + Bowling Celebrities

Alice Waters, Michael Pollan & Judith Belzer, Armistead Maupin, Amy Tan, Roman Coppola, Ayelet Waldman

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Amazing Grace Mulloy is coming to San Francisco for the First Annual Kitchen Sisters Bowling Party & Fundraiser to help up your game and the game of The Kitchen Sisters.

Grace is one rough tough cream puff. She has won most every bowling trophy there is in Santa Maria, California. Grace is a life-long bowler with a lot of tricks up her sleeve and is currently in two leagues. Last week she bowled twice and scored over 175 in both games.

Grace is 91 years old and legally blind. The only things she likes more than bowling are her granddaughter, Brandi (who works with The Kitchen Sisters) and public radio.

Come bowl or just come hang. The drinks and food will flow, all lanes will be ours and all proceeds will go to supporting the next season of James Beard Award-winning Hidden Kitchens stories on NPR, our internship & mentoring program and our new Radiotopia podcast, Fugitive Waves.

Come join Alice, Amy, Armistead, Ayelet, Roman, Judith, Michael, Nikki and Davia for a night of bowling with Grace as she shares her methods and secrets.

Come for the schmooze or come for the shoes.
$150. Includes food, drinks and all the bowling you can stand. ($100 tax-deductible).
Tickets are limited. Get yours now through Eventbrite.

Buy a ticket and you’ll automatically be entered into our Raffle for a brand new PUBLIC bike.

If you can’t come bowl with Grace but still want to support the work of The Kitchen Sisters, you can: kitchensisters.org/support
(all contributions over $50 automatically enter you into the PUBLIC Bike Raffle).

Fugitive Waves – War & Separation

Fugitive Waves – War & Separation

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War and Separation: Life on the Homefront During World War II

For Memorial Day — a portrait of life on the homefront during World War II featuring 4 women’s stories, rare home recorded letters sent overseas to soldiers, archival audio, music and news broadcasts from the era.
Fugitive Waves: The Secret (and Not So Secret) Life of Theresa Sparks

Fugitive Waves: The Secret (and Not So Secret) Life of Theresa Sparks

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The Secret (and Not So Secret) Life of Theresa Sparks


Theresa Sparks has lived more than one life. Born a guy’s guy, a man’s man, cowboy boots, motorcycles, a stint in the army, married his childhood sweetheart, kids, big successful business. But the truth was more complicated than that. In Fugitive Waves, Episode 21, one of San Francisco’s most respected and outspoken transgender activists tells her truth, that she was walking around in the wrong suit for 50 something years. “Transparent” years before the series saw the light of day.

Produced by The Kitchen Sisters with Nathaniel Johnson and Nathan Dalton.

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