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Arts + Culture Culture 48 Hills Variety Gala: Honey Mahogany, Marga Gomez,...

[UPDATED] 48 Hills Variety Gala: Honey Mahogany, Marga Gomez, Rev. Norman Fong, more to appear!

Join us Thursday, October 22 at 7pm for our free online all-star celebration, and find out who won Best of the Bay 2020!

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The 48 Hills Variety Gala—free for all on October 22, 7pm-8pm at this link (just click at the time to watch)—is shaping up to be an all-star bonanza!

UPDATE We’ve just added appearances by iconic journalist and broadcaster Davey D and fabulous radio KALW “Your Call” host Rose Aguilar to an already dazzling mix!

Tune in Thursday to catch:

Emcee HONEY MAHOGANY
Comedy by MARGA GOMEZ 
Invocation by REV. NORMAN FONG
Drag by PEACHES CHRIST
Movement by RAWDANCE
Music by SHAWNA VIRAGO
Cooking demo by: CALIFORNIA EATING
Poetry by DAZIÉ GREGO-SYKES
Sponsored by RAINBOW GROCERY
Appearances by ROSE AGUILAR and DAVEY D
More guest announcements coming soon!

We’ll also be announcing the winners of our Best of the Bay 2020 Readers’ Poll!

48 Hills has been breaking news and building community for seven years—we can’t believe it ourselves. This year, we’re aiming to match a grant of $20,000 so we can continue into 2021. The Variety Gala is free for all, but please chip in or become a member if you can here! A $100 donation gets you a free, exclusive 48 Hills t-shirt designed by Sirron Norris!

We look forward to seeing you, thank you so much for your support. We couldn’t keep local, independent media alive without you. (Facebook invite here.)

Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.
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