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On the Air: Cy and Sarah's Do List Picks for Nov. 10, 2017

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This week we’re featuring a number of museum and gallery shows worth taking in now or during the holidays, when we all have a bit more time to get out and possibly need to escape our families. My co-host KQED Arts Editor Sarah Hotchkiss is the perfect guide for this endeavor, as she frequently escapes to local art exhibits.

Plus we talk about a country music ballet, an anniversary music festival and North Bay fire benefits.

Ongoing: Our favorite museum shows for the holidays

Nov. 16-18: The Del Sol Quartet celebrates 25 years with world premieres and an audience ukulele choir

Nov. 17-18: Post:Ballet sets a dance to music by America’s first gay country band, Lavender Country


Nov. 12: Signs of normalcy at Sonoma’s Gundlach Bundschu, a winery touched by the North Bay Fires

Nov. 19: Rupa and the April Fishes andThe Sam Chase in a benefit for North Bay Fire relief

Nov. 19: The San Francisco Symphony schedules a special benefit concert for North Bay Fire Relief

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