Rachael Myrow here, pinch hitting for Cy Musiker at the start of 2018. Naturally, I picked a co-host from San Jose to talk about the upcoming concerts and exhibitions we’re most excited about now: Trami Nguyen Cron, author of the book VietnamEazy, and founder of Chopsticks Alley, a non-profit organization featuring Southeast Asian Artists in the Bay Area.

Jan. 11–28: Gorge Yourself on Comedy of Every Stripe at SF Sketchfest.

Jan. 19: The St. Louis Symphony Goes on Maestro’s Swan Song Tour, Stops at Stanford.

Jan. 27–28:  The African American Composers Initiative is a Local Musical Gem.

Oct. 27–Mar. 25: The Propeller Group Explores Vietnam at San Jose Museum of Art.

Nov.3–Feb 4: Korean Couture Pops on the World Stage.

On the Air: Rachael and Trami’s Do List Picks for Jan. 5, 2018 3 January,2018Rachael Myrow


Rachael Myrow

Rachael Myrow is KQED’s Silicon Valley Arts Reporter, covering arts, culture and technology in San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz Counties. She regularly files stories for NPR and the KQED podcast Bay Curious, and guest hosts KQED’s Forum.

Her passion for public radio was born as an undergrad at the University of California at Berkeley, writing movie reviews for KALX-FM. After finishing one degree in English, she got another in journalism, landed a job at Marketplace in Los Angeles, and another at KPCC, before returning to the Bay Area to work at KQED.

She spent more than seven years hosting The California Report, and over the years has won a Peabody and three Edward R. Murrow Awards (one for covering the MTA Strike, her first assignment as a full-time reporter in 2000 as well as numerous other honors including from the Society of Professional Journalists, the Radio Television News Directors Association and the LA Press Club.
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