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The Family Business

Art runs in the family this week as Spark introduces us to the inner workings of family businesses.

Salvador Santana rocks out with his dad, Carlos Santana, as he rehearses for a Latin American tour and launches his own band.

Ruth Asawa has created dozens of San Francisco landmarks, and now her children are following in her footsteps.

And the art of teaching is passed on from mother to daughter, with performance instructors Miss Tilly Abbe and Iliza Gates in their San Francisco studio.

[Original air date: Wed, May 04, 2005]

This program is not currently scheduled for broadcast.



Featured Profiles:

Tilly and Iliza Abbe

Take a lesson from Miss Tilly with her daughter at her side, turning toddlers into budding performers.

Ruth Asawa

See how renowned sculptor Ruth Asawa has passed along her love of art to her family.

Carlos and Salvador Santana

Meet the next generation in the Santana musical dynasty, as Salvador Santana launches his own band.

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