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Every so often I will enter my father’s name on the web to see if anything new has turned up in relation to his work at KQED or KCTS. I was very surprised and pleased to find the article written by Adam Grossberg for KQED News. It tells the tale of Alex Cherian and his quest to find the complete episodes of Black Blues Black. , a series of interviews produced and hosted by Maya Angelou, and directed by my father Robert Hagopian (the first two interviews were directed by Tony Batten, the last eight by my father). I have posted excerpts from the article at the bottom of this post. My father also traveled to Russia where he created a documentary on a famous Russian violinist of the 1960’s for which he won an Oscar. (I wish I could remember the program and/or the violinist’s name). He was very pleased to make this documentary, I can remember, in the days before he left for Russia, his coming home and learning to read music so he could follow along with the music as they filmed the documentary. The people who worked at KQED often had parties on the weekends at their second homes (this the age of having a second home as the norm for this crew of people) in Bolinas or Inverness and other places. His energies took us to Cyprus when he was asked by the Cypriot government to teach the Cypriots to run their own Television stations after the British pulled out in 1966/67. He was always interested in people and their plights, we went on many... He worked with Maya Angelou, Cesar Chavez, The SF Mime Troupe and many other human rights people trying to make a difference. As a child I didn’t appreciate all the creative and energetic people he brought into our home. He lived in Seattle until he died, July 21 After airing in the summer of 1968, “Blacks, Blues, Black. Angelou herself had reportedly been searching for the series for years. Her representatives reached out to the Bay Area TV archive as early as 2005 looking for it, but there was no trace of the series there or in any other local archive, including KQED’s. Intrigued, Cherian queued up the film to find the poet touring a neighborhood in Watts, just a few years after the 1965 riots had ripped through that community. In the segment, which Cherian would later learn was part of the ninth episode, Angelou says the conflicts in Watts “represented a people, a race fighting for survival. When NET dissolved in 1970, a part of their archive including KQED’s “Blacks, Blues, Black. Source: Larry Rippee and Molly Rea Art
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What could be a more fun and delicious way to celebrate American culture than through the lore of our favorite foods? That's what John T. Edge does in his smart, witty, and compulsively readable new series on the dishes everyone thinks their mom made best. If these are the best-loved American foods-ones so popular they've come to represent us-what does that tell us about ourselves? And what do the history of the dish and the regional variations reveal? There are few aspects of life that carry more emotional weight and symbolism than food, and in writing about our food icons, Edge gives us a warm and wonderful portrait of America -by way of our taste buds. After all, "What is patriotism, but nostalgia for the foods of our youth?" as a Chinese philosopher once asked. In Fried Chicken, Edge tells an immensely entertaining tale of a beloved dish with a rich history. Freed slaves cooked it to sell through the windows of train cars from railroad platforms in whistle-stop towns. Children carried it in shoe boxes on long journeys. A picnic basket isn't complete without it. It is a dish that is deeply Southern, and yet it is cooked passionately across the country. And what about the variations? John T. Edge weaves a beguiling tapestry of food and culture as he takes us from a Jersey Shore hotel to a Kansas City roadhouse, from the original Buffalo wings to KFC, from Nashville Hot Chicken to haute fried chicken at a genteel Southern inn. And, best of all, he gives us fifteen of the ultimate recipes along the way.
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Betty Lucas (born 31 May 1926) is an Australian actress, best known for her roles on television. She played prominent roles in Prisoner as Clara Goddard in 1979 ...