July 19, 2012—Kitchen Sisters Recording and Interview Workshop (10:00 AM-1:00 PM & 2:30 PM-5:00 PM), San Francisco, CA. More information here.
July 28 & 29, 2012—Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music. Hidden World of Girls: Stories for Orchestra world premiere. More information here.
Past Appearances & Events
April 25, 2012—Pop Up Magazine: A Live Event. Davies Symphony Hall. More information here.
March 3, 2012—WOW-Women of the World Baltimore. Keynote address by The Kitchen Sisters. More information here.
October 27, 2011—Kitchen Sisters Recording and Interview Workshop and Sound Doctor Session (10:00 AM-1:00 PM), San Francisco, CA. More information here.
October 17, 2011—Association of Personal Historians Annual Conference. Keynote address by Nikki Silva of The Kitchen Sisters. More information here.
October 7, 2011—Davia Nelson-Hidden World of Girls Presentation at Views and Brews at the Cactus Cafe, Austin, TX, 2:30 PM. Free and open to the public. More details here.
October 6, 2011—Kitchen Sisters Recording and Interview Workshop (10:00 AM-1:00 PM) and Sound Doctor Session (2:00 PM-5:00 PM), San Francisco, CA. To sign up or for more information, please contact us here.
October 4, 2011—The Kitchen Sisters at Sonoma Country Day School, Healdsburg, CA. Details.
May 5, 2011—National Cooperative Grocers Association Marketing Matters Conference, Minneapolis, MN. Keynote address by The Kitchen Sisters. More information here.
April 13, 2011—Women Who Frame the World: A Symposium on Creativity, at ODC Dance Theater, San Francisco, CA. Details.
March 31, 2011—Kitchen Sisters Recording and Interview Workshop, San Francisco, CA. If you or someone you know would like to attend contact us here.
March 17, 2011—Pop Up Magazine: Sidebar, SFMOMA, San Francisco, CA. In conjunction with the exhibit, "How Wine Became Modern." Details.
December 9, 2010—Kitchen Sisters Recording and Interview Workshop, San Francisco, CA.
November 18, 2010—WOMMA Summit, Las Vegas, NV-The Kitchen Sisters will be giving the Keynote Address at the Word of Mouth Marketing Association's annual event. For more information visit www.womma.org
November 7, 2010—Vegas Valley Book Festival, Las Vegas, NV-The Kitchen Sisters will take part in Feasting on Words, a celebration of food and literature. Vist www.vegasvalleybookfestival.org for more information.
October 21-25, 2010—Terra Madre, Turin, Italy. A gathering of chefs, farmers, food activists, artists, educators, and students united by a common goal of global sustainability in food. Davia will be interviewing and gathering stories for Hidden Kitchens World.
September 21, 2010—WGBH, Boston, MA - The Kitchen Sisters with Ira Glass, Jay Allison and John Biewen discussing Reality Radio: Telling True Stories in Sound. More information here.
September 9, 2010—Herbst Theatre, San Francisco - Pop Up Magazine: A Live Event, with The Kitchen Sisters, Mary Roach, Jim Goldberg, Jon Mooallem, and more. More information here.
August 7, 2010—Pt. Reyes Station, CA, Toby's Feed Barn, 7:30 PM - Davia in conversation with Alice Waters, author of In the Green Kitchen: Techniques to Learn by Heart. More information here.
August 5, 2010—The Booksmith, San Francisco, CA, 7:30 PM - Talk and book signing with John Biewen editor of Reality Radio: Telling True Stories in Sound. www.realityradio.org | www.booksmith.com
July 26, 2010—Durham, North Carolina, 7:00 PM - Reality Radio presentation and book signing. Sponsored by Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies. www.realityradio.org
June 23, 2010—A Conversation with The Kitchen Sisters, 142 Throckmorton, Mill Valley, CA
The Kitchen Sisters interviewed live on stage by Jane Ganahl. More information including how to purchase tickets here.
June 14, 2010—Porchlight Storytelling Series: "Kitchen Confidential"
Feauturing stories by The Kitchen Sisters' Nikki Silva, Dawn Agnew, Cecilia Chiang, Saul Nadler, Jeremy Townsend and more. For details visit www.porchlightsf.com.
May 26, 2010—Kitchen Sisters Recording and Interview Workshop, San Francisco, CA
March 26-27, 2010—WAMMFest, Towson University, Baltimore, MD
Women and Minorities in Media Festival hosted by the Electronic, Media & Film Department at Towson University. The Kitchen Sisters will be teaching a master class on Friday, March 26 and taking part in festivites on March 27. Visit the WAMMFest website for more information.
March 6, 2010—Third Coast FilmLESS Festival, Chicago, IL
The Kitchen Sisters will be taking part in an event to launch the new book "Reality Radio" with Ira Glass, Joe Richman and others. For more information and to purchase a pass to the day-long festival, visit: http://thirdcoastfestival.org/listening_room_other_events.asp
February 3, 2010—UCSC Women's Club, Messiah Lutheran Church, 801 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA. 11:30 AM.
For more information visit: http://womensclub.ucsc.edu/
November 5, 2009—Kitchen Sisters Recording and Interview Workshop
Davia is conducting a three-hour basic recording and interviewing workshop from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in San Francisco. Send us an email to register or if you would like more information. A duplicate workshop will also take place on October 29.
October 29, 2009—Kitchen Sisters Recording and Interview Workshop
Davia is conducting a three-hour basic recording and interviewing workshop from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in San Francisco. Send us an email to register or if you would like more information. A duplicate workshop will also take place on November 5.
September 24, 2009—Birmingham Southern College, Dialogue on Food
The Kitchen Sisters present an oral history and audio production workshop as part of Birmingham Southern's year-long cross disciplinary series of discussions about what we eat and why.
September 16, 2009—Public Radio Program Directors Conference, Cleveland
Kitchen Sister Davia Nelson moderates "Get Social: From Online Tools to Real Live Community" with panelists Melissa Barkely, PRI, Andy Carvin, NPR and Joe Sheppa, ideastream.
May 24, 2009—The Kitchen Sisters Present at Meyer Sound, Berkeley
An evening with The Kitchen Sisters in support of the Berkeley Public Library
May 12, 2009—California Endowment Hidden Kitchens Event, Los Angeles
The Kitchen Sisters present "Who Glues Your Community Together Through Food?" A Night of California Hidden Kitchens. The Kitchen Sisters and guests at the California Endowment in Downtown LA, including food from Homegirl's Cafe, Let's Be Frank hot dog cart, and the Kogi Korean BBQ truck
May 7, 2009—Food Matters, UC Santa Barbara
Hosted by the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center at UC Santa Barbara. Visit their website for more information.
April 22, 2009—Pop Up Magazine: A Live Event
Featuring contributors to This American Life, The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, best-selling authors, award-winning filmakers and The Kitchen Sisters. At the Brava Theater in San Francisco. For more information visit www.popupmagazine.com
April 18, 2009—Benefit Dinner for Edible Education, Los Angeles
With Alice Waters, Callie Khouri, T Bone Burnett, Ayelet Waldman, The Kitchen Sisters and chef Scott Peacock. For more information visit www.chezpanissefoundation.org
April 7-8, 2009—The Kitchen Sisters in Chapel Hill, North Carolina with public radio station WUNC
March 16-18, 2009—South by Southwest Festival, Austin
The Kitchen Sisters are releasing a new book Hidden Kitchens Texas: Stories, Recipes and More. Blurb, a new print-on-demand publishing company, invited us to create a book based on our Hidden Kitchens Texas radio special narrated by Willie Nelson. We'd love to see you at the book launch festivities at South by Southwest Music, Film and Interactive Festival in Austin.
March 18, 2009
Noon—BBQ the Texas Way, SxSW panel featuring The Kitchen Sisters, Texas writer Joe Nick Patoski, and Texas cookbook writer and author Robb Walsh.
1:30—Hidden Kitchens Texas Booksigning, Barnes & Nobel, SXSW Exhibit Hall
March 17, 2009, 5PM—Ranch 616, Austin, TX
Hidden Kitchens Texas Launch Party
Monday, March 16, 2009, 8PM—The Tap Room/Six Lounge, Austin, TX
Blurb Publishing is hosting a bash as part of the South by Southwest. They'll be featuring their new publishing technology including The Kitchen Sisters' new book Hidden Kitchens Texas
Black History Month Special—January 2009
Do: Stories of Black Visionaries, Seekers, and Entrepreneurs"
Host, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress, Alfre
A man tapes the history of his town with a scavenged cassette
recorder, a woman fights for social justice with a pie,
a DJ ignites his community with a sound. Join us for this
richly produced and deeply layered hour long special that
resonates for Black History Month, or any month.
come from The Kitchen Sisters collection -- stories
of black pioneers, self-made men and self-taught women,
neighborhood heros and visionaries. People who said "yes
we can" and
by The Kitchen Sisters (Nikki Silva & Davia Nelson)
and Roman Mars.
* WEKU - Jan 26, 2009
* KRCB - Jan 23, 2009
* WBEZ - Jan 22, 2009
* WCQS - Jan 22, 2009
* KUT - Jan 15, 2009
* WNPR - Jan 15, 2009
* KUT-HD - Jan 15, 2009
* North Country Public Radio - Jan 14, 2009
* KQED - Jan 13, 2009
* WHRV - Jan 12, 2009
"Can Do" is supported in part by the Reversioning
Project of the Public Radio Exchange at PRX.org
and The CPB, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Check your local public radio station for broadcast dates.
Kitchens Sisters are available for speaking engagements.
Please contact us
19, 2008—NPR's Susan Stamberg
in Conversation with The Kitchen Sisters
D.C. Historical Society
K Street, NW
6, 2008 : Around the Kitchen Table
Silva of The Kitchen Sisters talks with Curator Marla Novo
about Hidden Kitchens and the Museum's latest exhibit of
kitchen artifacts from their permanent collection.
of Art & History, Santa Cruz, 705 Front Street. 7:00
9-11, 2008: The Kitchen Sisters at the Third
Coast Festival Conference
Pitch — Producers perfect their pitching
skills by presenting their ideas to The Kitchen Sisters,
Bob Boilen of NPR Music, Jane Feltes of This American Life,
hosted by Neenah Ellis
Things—The Kitchen Sisters close the conference
with the annual Favorite Things session
Orington in Evanston, Il.
26, 2008— Author and Nutritionist & Food
Activist, Marion Nestle
In Conversation with Davia Nelson about her new book, Pet Food Politics: The
Chihuahua in the Coal Mine, Commonwealth Club, of San Francisco 6:00 pm
August 23, 2008 —The Kitchen Sisters on Re-Sound from WBEZ in Chicago
The Third Coast Festival presents The Sandbox Show featuring some of the early Kitchen Sisters stories heard on NPR, including their second story ever, The Legend of Ernie Morgan: The One Handed Pool Player.
July 31, 2008— The Birth of Rice-A-Roni
Hidden Kitchens Story # 31 —The worlds of a young Canadian immigrant, an Italian pasta-making family and an old Armenian woman converge in this story of the creation of "the San Francisco Treat."
June 26, 2008: Garden Allotments: A London Kitchen Vision
Hidden Kitchens Story #30 — London's historical garden allotments where immigrants, families, retirees, chefs — people from all walks of life — come together to create a kitchen community like no other.
June 19, 2008: New York Festivals Broadcast Radio Awards Ceremony
The Kitchen Sisters receive the Gold Award in the Culture and Arts Category for their hour long special Hidden Kitchens Texas
Tribeca Rooftop, Manhattan
June 8: Hidden Kitchens Texas nominated for James Beard Award
James Beard Foundation Award Ceremony
Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in New York
June 7, 2008: “What is it about Men & Meat & Midnight & a Pit?”
Big Apple BBQ Block Party in New York- A benefit for Madison Square Park.
The Kitchen Sisters appear in the tent from 2-3 PM.
June 1, 2008: Third Coast Festival Listening Room with The Kitchen Sisters
Third Coast Festival Listening Room featuring special guests The Kitchen Sisters and more. TCF directors Johanna Zorn and Julie Shapiro present work by the KS and talk with them about their radio work.
Café du Nord, San Francisco
2170 Market St., San Francisco
May 29, 2008: The Sheepherders Ball: Hidden Basque Kitchens
Hidden Kitchens Story #29 —The world of Basque Sheepherders in the American West and their outdoor, below-the-radar, Dutch Oven cooking traditions on NPR's Morning Edition.
May 6, 2008: Eleanor Coppola in conversation with Davia Nelson about her new book, Notes on a Life
Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, 6 PM
May 1, 2008: The Kitchen Sisters Visit the BBC's Hidden Kitchen
The BBC interviews The Kitchen Sisters in the World Service HQ BBC canteen about why they think food is a uniting force. Listen online
1, 2008: Kitchen Sisters Radio Workshop in London
Hosted by Alan Hall and Falling Tree Productions
April 17, 2008: Broncos and Boudin: A Prison Kitchen
Hidden Kitchens Story #28 —The world of unexpected, below-the-radar, down home convict cooking at The Angola Prison Rodeo at the Louisiana State Penitentiary.
Hidden Kitchens on NPR's Morning Edition
April 15, 2008: The Kitchen Sisters: A Night of Radio, Reading, and Hidden Kitchens
Solano County Library Foundation’s National Library Week Program
Vacaville Performing Arts Center in Vacaville, 7-9 PM
To order tickets call the VPAT Box Office at 707-449-6217 or go to www.vpat.net.
For more information visit: www.solanolibraryfoundation.org
April 26: Kitchen Sisters Radio Workshop in Dublin, Ireland
Hosted by the Association of Irish Independent Radio Producers
March 20, 2008: Sugar in the Milk: A Parsi Kitchen Story
Hidden Kitchens Story #27 — Niloufer Ichaporia King and the cooking traditions of her vanishing culture.
February 19, 2008: Hercules & Hemings: African American Cooks in the President's Kitchen
Hidden Kitchens Story #26 —
31, 2008—Kibbe at the Crossroads: Lebanese Cooking in the Mississippi Delta
Hidden Kitchens Story #25
20, 2007::"Weenie Royale"
Hidden Kitchens Story #24 — On NPR's Morning Edition
7, 2007—The Kitchen Sister at Yale University
The Kitchen Sisters talk about Hidden Kitchens as part of the Agrarian Studies colloquium series
November 15, 2007—The Kitchen Sisters at Smith University
The Kitchen Sisters visit Smith as part of the college’s fourth annual Julia Child Day presenting their multimedia presentation “How Communities Come Together Through Food.” Recipes of Julia Child and from the Kitchen Sisters
book Hidden Kitchens: Stories Recipes and More will be featured at the Campus Center Café,
the Smith College Club and
in residence dining rooms.
Smith College web site
November 14, 2007— NYU’s
Forum on Storytelling
Join The Kitchen Sisters, the creators of the NPR series Lost and Found Sound, Sonic Memorial
Project, and Hidden Kitchens, for an evening of storytelling.
7PM-9PM Eisner and Lubin Auditorium / Kimmel Center for University
60 Washington Square South, 4th Floor
November 2-4, 2007 Texas
Festival of Books, Austin Texas
October 24-28, 2007—Southern
Foodways Alliance 10th Annual Symposium.
May 31, 2007 —The Contemporary Issues Series
The Kitchen Sisters talk about Hidden Kitchens as part of an exploration by leading experts of critical topics
shaping contemporary life, culture and community. A stellar lineup of Sonoma County's most notable kitchen
denizens join The Kitchen Sisters for a night of radio, readings
and some local hidden kitchen cooking.
KRCB's Robin Pressman;Jimtown Store's Carrie
Brown: DaVero's Colleen McGlynn;
Tierra Vegetables' Lee James; and chefs Evelyn
Cheatham, Mark Malicki and special Slow Food guests
with tales of Terra Madres along with chef Max La Riviere-Hedrick and
New Langton Art Director Sandra Percival.
Guests wll enjoy spicy tastes from the Salsitas, the Secrets
of Salsa Project women and hidden kitchen cooking featuring
Granados, accompanied by local DaVero wines and Dempsey's microbrew.
Jackson Theater at Sonoma Country Day School, Santa Rosa, CA
$10 in advance / $15 at the door
4400 Day School
Place, Santa Rosa / 707.284.3200»
April 11, 5 PM — Commonwealth Club - San Francisco
Davia Nelson in conversation with Marion Nestle at
the Commonwealth Club, San Francisco. website » Marion
Nestle is Paulette Goddard Professor in the Department of Nutrition,
Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University currently
at UC Berkeley. Nestle has made a career of letting people
know things the food industry often does its best to obscure.
Her new book, "What to Eat" starts with a question
that never used to be so hard to answer: What are we supposed
to be eating?
April 18, 2007—Voicings 2007: Frontlines
Women Documentary Artists
Voicings 2007, a project directed by SCSU mass communications assistant professor Mark Eden, portrays the art and celebration of language. NPR's Peabody award-winning Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson
and Nikki Silva), speak about their national
Public Radio series "Lost and Found Sound" and "The Sonic Memorial Project."
Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud State University, MN
Cloud Voicings website
Cloud Times : Voicings: The Kitchen Sisters By Adam Hammer
2007 brings artists from film, radio
March 29, 2007— The Hammer Museum - Los Angeles
A Night of Radio, Readings, Guest
Stars & Some Secret, Below-the-radar,
Los Angeles hidden kitchens stories. The Sisters come to The Hammer to play their stories from their
many series - Lost & Found Sound, The Sonic Memorial and
Hidden Kitchens and share tales of their sonic adventures.With special guests— NPR’s Renée Montagne,
Songwriter & Producer Van
Dyke Parks, Actor/comedian/All-Around Great Guy Taylor
Negron and Author/Screenwriter/TV
Writer/Playwright/All-Around Great Guy Too Alan
Hammer Museum - Billy
10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles / Free admission
January 26, 2007—The Tables of New Crowned Hope:
Mozart's Hidden Kitchens
Hidden Kitchens Story #
On the eve of Mozart's 251st birthday, The Kitchen Sisters take
us to Vienna, to Mozart's Hidden Kitchen and The Tables of New Crowned Hope.»»listen
KQED 88.5 FM
Thursday, January 11, 8 PM
Tune into the broadcast of Davia & Nikki
on stage at Stanford University's Aurora Forum as they talk about their radio
work over the last 25 years. In conversation with Alan Acosta on KQED FM.
December 7, 2006—Aurora Forum at Stanford University
An Evening with The Kitchen Sisters at Stanford University, moderated by Alan Acosta
Stanford University, Kresge Auditorium, 555 Nathan Abott
Way, Palo Alto, Ca.
December 9, 2006—West Coast Live Radio Broadcast
The Kitchen Sisters join host Sedge Thomson
Saturday, broadcastlive 10 am - 12pm
The Empire Plush Room, York Hotel, San Francisco
940 Sutter between Leavenworth & Hyde
December 13,2006—The Kitchen Sisters at Linden Tree
Sagan Piechota Architecture
315 Linden Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 (Hayes Valley)
December 14, 2006—KAZU Radio Salon Series
A Hidden Kitchens presentation for KAZU's annual
fundraiser at the Monterey Museum of Art.
An evening of radio, reading and some fine hidden kitchens
Wednesday,October 11, 7:00 pm
261 Columbus Avenue, San
Celebrate the release of Hidden Kitchens in Paperback
with The Kitchen Sisters and friends --
Lou the Glue,
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Armistead Maupin, Randy Thom,
Janete and her Brazilian cabyard kitchen, and King and
October 12, 6:30 pm
100 Larkin St., San Francisco
This I Believe Book Release Event. Jay Allison, Curator
of the Quest for Sound & Hidden Kitchens, and now
Curator of the NPR series, This I Believe, comes to San
Francisco on a nationwide book tour to celebrate the
release of the powerful book inspired by the series.
The Kitchen Sisters join Jay, and Armistead Maupin, SF
Chronicle Editor, Phil Bronstein and an array of guest
readers to present this project that Edward R. Murrow
spearheaded in the 1950's and has come to life again.
at the Kitchen Commune
Saturday & Sunday,
October 7 & 8 and October 14 & 15 — 11-6PM
Kitchen Brother Charles Prentiss (Nikki's husband)is taking
part in Santa Cruz County's Open Studios --
folks are invited out to their commune in La Selva Beach
to take a look at his fabulous artwork and tour The
Kitchen Sisters' studio south.
19, 6:30 pm
Dinner and Presentation - Hilton Dallas/Park Cities Hotel,
5954 Luther Lane, Dallas
A radio restrospecive. The Kitchen Sisters do Dallas. A
night of radio, readings and stories --
from the tale of
the first all girl radio station in the nation to the saga
of the Chili Queens of
San Antonio. and the ice houses
of Texas. The birth of the 7-11, the birth of the Slurpee,
the birth of the Frozen Margarita and the birth of the
Frito — all conceived in Dallas.
Lounge at Borders Books - The Taste of
Sunday, October 1, 11:30 - 12:30
Time Warner Center, 2nd floor, 10 Columbus Circle
Join us for a secret Sunday neighborhood nosh and book signing.
A Hidden Kitchens brunch with readings, and hot tips from The Kitchen Sisters,
and special guests, actress Joan Allen, novelist Amy Tan, NY Times Food Writer
Kim Severson, and NoshWalks leader Myra Allperson, author of Nosh New York: The
Food Lovers Guide to
New York city's Most Delicious Neighborhoods
The Sonic Memorial
On Public Radio, the week of September
chronicling the life and
history of the World Trade Center and its neighborhood.
Program Director's Conference
Thursday, September 14
Sheraton Philadelphia City Center
The Kitchen Sisters Radio Session--"Making
Your Own Driveway Moments: Finding and Telling
Capitola Book Cafe
Monday, September 18, 7:30
1475 41st Ave.,
Hidden Kitchens Book Reading
The American Museum
of Natural History
Wednesday, September 27, 7:00 pm
Kaufmann Theatre, 1st Floor. Central Park West & 79th St.
A night of Hidden Kitchens stories, radio and below-the-radar
Meet us at Yvonne Yvonne's Jamaican street truck kitchen in
fron of the Museum's 77th Street entrance at 6:30 pm for some
of the best West Indian food you'll ever eat. The join us in
The Kaufman Theater to find out about some of the gems of Gotham's
street food, neighborhood kitchen pioneers and visionaries,
also, a dig into the hidden kitchens of the Museum of Natural
History. Come hear stories and tell us yours. Dinner & Presentation
$25.00 ( $22 members, students & Seniors)
Tales of the Cocktail >link
Celebrating the history and culture of New
The “Kitchen Sisters” from NPR, local author
Poppy Brite, Chef Bob Iacovone of Cuvee, Chef Frank Brigtsen
of Brigtsen’s and Chef Jared Tees of The Bourbon
House discuss trends in classic dishes and how liquor
plays a role in dining and cooking. Explore how tastes,
dishes and drinks are shaped by local flavors, like anise,
pralines, satsumas and more. It's all about the taste
of New Orleans.
Live interview - Hidden Kitchens Texas
You've probably heard the
Lost and Found Sound series on All Things Considered.
And chances are good that you're familiar with the
Morning Edition series Hidden Kitchens. Davia Nelson
and Nikki Silva, The Kitchen Sisters, are here in
North Texas this week - searching for hidden kitchens,
captivating stories, and great audio for their Hidden
Kitchens Texas series. They'll be with us for the
hour. Jeff Whittington will host.
for the Study of Food and Society
Saturday from 6 to 7 p.m.
George Sherman Student Union Conference Auditorium,
775 Commonwealth Ave. Boston
/ 617-353-9852 >website
Address: Hidden Kitchens:
Secret, Underground, Unexpected, Below-the-Radar, Community
Cooking Across America, or What is it About Men and Meat and
Midnight and a Pit?
Presented by The Kitchen Sisters
wonder what really goes on
in other people's kitchens?
You may find out when the Kitchen
Sisters -- Davia Nelson and
Nikki Silva -- co-producers
of NPR's "Hidden
give the keynote address
at the joint conference
of the Association
for the Study of Food
and Society, and the
and Human Values Society (admission
for public is
$5) . They're sure
to open the door to
kitchens you've never
thought of. Case in
point: the George Foreman
a listener called in
to suggest the topic,
says Silva, "we
had never considered
as a hidden kitchen
two will pull
their radio series,
of the original
and kitchen sounds.
The result is
"little movies for your
ears." -- Emily
The Texas Folklife Festival
NPR's Kitchen Sisters to appear June 8
at Texas Folklife Festival
Stage Presentation: 7:00pm
Texas Public Radio Booth: 6:00 and 7:30pm
Davia Nelson & Nikki
Silva, will be joining
their friends at Texas
Public Radio to
make a special appearance
at the Texas Folklife
Festival in San Antonio,
where they will
guests on Thurs.,
June 8, on
the grounds of UTSA's
Institute of Texan
Cultures. They will
be on two stages
the evening of the
TFF opening, talking
about the art of
their newest project,
Texas, which they
are researching now
and will release
Fall 2006. When they
are not on stage,
they will be at the
Texas Public Radio
booth and exploring
Texas food and culture
Trends & Transitions
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Book signing by The Kitchen Sisters
2006 James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award and Restaurant Award
60 Washington Square South at LaGuardia Place, NYC. Rosenthal
Pavilion, 10th Floor
Open to students and general public
RADIO, SALT LAKE CITY
Nelson interviews Film Festival Honoree, Danny Glover, for
RADIO MAGIC: The Art of Storytelling
North Gate Professional Seminar
PM Listening Session
What’s New & Good by The Kitchen Sisters >Seminar
AN EVENING WITH MICHAEL POLLAN
The Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley
presents Michael Pollan,
Professor of Journalism and author of Omnivore's Dilemma,
in conversation with Kitchen Sister, Davia Nelson. Introduced
by Orville Schell.
Anderson Auditorium, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
Hidden Kitchens Story
# 16: The Cabyard Kitchen
Airs Friday, March 10,
on NPR's Morning Edition
CLUB OF CALIFORNIA
March 2, 6:00 - 7:30pm
Berkeley Mills Event
2870 7th Street, Berkeley, CA
THE STANFORD WRITING CENTER
Conversation with The Kitchen Sisters
March 14, 2006, 7:00pm
Margaret Jacks Hall (Bldg 460)
450 Serra Mall Drive
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
104 Hilton Way
Pacifica, CA 94044
With Davia Nelson
Monday, March 27
Cafe DuNord, San Francisco
Thursday, March 30, 2006
Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, 4:00
Saturday, December 3, 2005
36 Rancho Del Mar, Aptos, CA 95003
SHOP SANTA CRUZ
Tuesday, November 1, 2005,
Santa Cruz, CA
Saturday, November 5, 1:00 p.m.
San Francisco, CA / bookpassage.com
"KRON 4 NEWS DAYBREAK WEEKEND"
8:40-8:50 a.m. live interview
NPR's MORNING EDITION
Tuesday, November 7
WRITERS BLOCK RADIO - KQED FM
interview and podcast
“KARE 11 TODAY
Wednesday, November 9, 10:00-11:00
KARE-TV (NBC affil.)
“All Things Considered"
Minnesota Public Radio
45 East 7th Street
St. Paul, MN 55101
“Chowhounds" - Food Works
taped interview, in studio
St. Paul, MN
Wednesday, November 9, 7:00
2238 Carter Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
“Real Good Words” - KAXE-FM
Thursday, November 10
Grand Rapids, MN
Book People, Austin
Thursday, November 10, 7:00 p.m.
603 N. Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78703
INA's / Women & Children
Monday, November 14, 8:00 a.m.
1235 W. Randolphs
Chicago, IL 60607
Fresh Air - WGBH
Interview with Terry Gross
848 WITH STEVE EDWARDS
Interview: 10:00-10:30 a.m.
Tuesday, November 15, 7:00 p.m.
123 W. Jefferson Ave.
Naperville, IL 60540
Afternoon Edition- WILL-AM (Illinois
HOST: Celeste Quinn
16, 7:00 p.m.
2111 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22314
The Bob Edwards Show - XM
Wednesday, November 17. 12:30-1:30
Washington, DC 20002
The Brian Lehrer Show - WNYC-FM
BORDERS BOOKS- NYC
Thursday, November 17,
10 Columbus Circle
NY, NY 10019
“Talk of Alaska” with
Alaska Public Radio
Thursday, November 17,
Shop with the Chef/CUESA
Saturday, November 19, 12:00 p.m.
1 Ferry Building, San Francisco, CA
Saturday, November 19, 4:30 p.m.
130 E. Napa St. Sonoma, CA
Kitchens: Stories, Recipes & More
from NPR’s The Kitchen Sisters
20, 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.
500 First Street, Napa, CA
KQED-FM “Forum” with
Saturday, November 26
CLEAN WELL LIGHTED PLACE FOR BOOKS
Monday, November 21, 7:00 p.m.
601 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
KRON-TV / SAN FRANCISCO
Tuesday, November 22
Radio Show, WGN
Sunday, October 23, 6:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
DAVIS KIDD BOOKSELLERS
Wednesday, October 26, 6:00 p.m.
387 Perkins Road Extended
Memphis, TN 38117
Thursday, October 27, 5:30 p.m.
GOOD MORNING MEMPHIS - WHBQ-TV
Wednesday, October 26 8:45-9:00
WREG-TV LIVE AT 9 AM (CBS
Wednesday, October 26, 9:30-10:00 a.m.
WKNO-RADIO(NPR affil.), MEMPHIS
Wednesday, October 26, 12:00 p.m.
Sugar Symposium - The
Sweet Life: Sugar in the South
October 27-30, 2005
We’ll be teaching an oral history workshop and presenting
some of the sweetest stories from Hidden Kitchens at the eighth
annual Southern Foodways Symposium held on the campus of the
University of Mississippi in Oxford.
Friday, October 28, 6:00 p.m.
160 Courthouse Square
Oxford, MS 38655
2006 The Kitchen Sisters