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Wi 99.5 FM FOLIO 

DECEMBER/HOLIDAY 1 995 




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THE 24TH ANNUAL 

WBAI HOLIDAY 

CRAFTS FAIR 95 



REPORT TO THE LISTENER 

V'alcnc van Isler, General Manager 
"NOT TO KNOW IS BAD. NOT TO WANT TO KNOW IS 
WORSE. NOT TO HOPE IS UNTHINKABLE... NOT TO CARE 
IS UNFORGIVABLE." African Proverb 

This holiday edition of the WBAI Folio extends our best 
wishes to you and your loved ones for a peaceful and happy 
season. For many years, an important part of this tradition 
has been the WBAI Holiday Crafts Fair. The Directory for 
this Silver Anniversary Fair listing all the artists and 
exhibitors is included in this December program guide. 
Please join us for one of the best events of the New York 
Holiday season at Ferris Booth Hall on the Columbia 
University campus for the two weekends of December 8-10 
and 15-17, 1995. And come by our authors' table and meet 
some of our outstanding producers and writers like Gary 
Null, Amy Goodman, Bernard White, Phyllis Bennis, Prof. 
Michio Kaku and many others. 

During the past two months, we have been very busy with 
our studio renovation project which is part of the WBAI 
Equipment Campaign begun about a year ago. Our project 
engineers have been working day and night-on weekdays 
and weekends-to construct the studio spaces and install the 
new equipment which we so desperately needed and never 
had until this year with the success of our campaign. The 
target date to complete the entire project is the end of 
December. We want to start the new year with the new 
sound of WBAI-Pacifica Radio in New York. And there is 
another very important reason as well. 

We are now preparing for the first itl AVillimi A\emhcrslii|» 
Drive in WBAI's history. This has never been done before and 
we know it's not an impossible dream or unrealizable mis- 



sion. We set several community radio benchmarks this past 
year and we want to improve that record even more in 1996. 
Your generous support as a listener and member of the sta- 
tion is the critical factor in the success of this historic mem- 
bership campaign. With our new equipment and the kind of 
exciting and dynamic programming which only WBAI can 
do, we believe that we will set another record for community 
broadcasting. As a member, you are always the key to our 
survival and success. Please be there for us as we bring you 
extraordinary programs for an extraordinary time in January 
and throughout the new year. In a time of mega-mergers and 
broadcast monopolies, it is more important than ever for 
WBAI to remain an independent institution and an active 
voice which will always challenge power with truth. 

A special thanks to many of our listeners who have called 
or written about their response to some of the new programs 
on our air. There was particular interest and very positive 
reaction to the expanded TalkBack! show with hosts Utrice 
Leid and Santiago Nieves; We the People with ex-Governor 
Jerry Brown and Dr. Helen Caldicott for her Monday evening 
program on the environment. And there was some concern 
from others about their favorite series changing time slots or 
not being in the regular schedule. At WBAI, we are trying to 
bring you not only the best in community broadcasting, but 
the best in any media. Finally, all of us at WBAI wish you the 
blessings of the holiday season and our best for the new year. 



A memorial for longtime WBAI producer Lex Hixon will 
be held early in December; please call WBAI at 212-279- 
0707 for details. See Monday's listing page for a remem- 
brance by Paul Gorman, and Folio requests additional 
memories of Lex for our next issue. 

A memorial tribute to Abe & Debbie Weisburd will be 
held on December 10. See the Tuesday listings for details. 



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Arab Voice &rt& 
Crescent Rising 

Saturdays at 3 with hosts Dr. Barbara Nimri Aziz and 
Mahmoud Ibrahim 

If you have been awaiting Tahrir, Voices of the Arab 
World, we're back on listener-sponsored radio, but in a 
new format with more voices on more issues. 

Our new Saturday show will be devoted to the tri-state 
Arab and Muslim communities and for all concerned with 
social issues. 

We have big ambitions, for example, Rising will: 

• introduce personalities from our communities to the 
public 

• interview artists, educators, and community leaders 

• sponsor on-air discussions on topics of concern to the 
Muslim and Arab peoples here and abroad 

• look at issues of community life, immigrant history, 
and education 

• review books and speak with authors 

• inform ourselves about African Muslims in the USA 

• provide a voice for the Arab Muslim peoples here and 
abroad 

• open up the phones to you, our listeners 

Tune in for the first show, December 2nd, when we'll 
hear interviews from Aziz's recent visit to the Palestinian 
cities of Nablus and Ramallah, excerpts from the Bosnia 
Rally, and poems by our late brother Suleiman Al-Hadi 
and a report on the Conference of Islamic Educators held 
in Newark, New Jersey 



Live From the 
Upper We^t Side 

Sunday mornings from 11 until noon, Mike Feder's 
new show. Mike asked Folio to pass along these words. 

Dear Listeners 

After several hundred shows and close to sixteen 
years on the air, I've decided to change the nature of my 
show. Gone (well, almost gone), will be the self-referential 
ramblings and spontaneous sermons I've specialized in 
for all this time and in their place I'm going to concen- 
trate on Interviewing authore of current books live from 
Shakespeare & Co. at 51st and Broadway. The interview 
show {Sunday mornings at an earlier time, 11 a.m. - noon) 
will cover a pretty wide range of topics: to name a few: 
psychology, politics, history, poetry, literature, art... So, 
you ask. "Mike, what's new about this? You've interviewed 
authore before." First, let me say, I don't appreciate 
your cynical attitude, and second... True, I have inter- 
viewed authore before — but this time you are invited to 
rouse yourselves from your apartments and corns down 
to see the show live at Shakespeare. 

My apologies to all my listeners who look forward to 
my stories and soliloquies, but I feel like I need a change 
and I hope you can all come along for the ride. ' 
12/3 Nora Sayre film critic and author of the new book is Previous 

Convictions, a Journey Through the 1950s 
12/10 Stanley Crouch, Village Voice writer, music critic, and author 

of AH American Skin Thief 
12/17 lewis Lapham, Editor, Harper's Magazine and Hotel America 



AFMKALEIDOKOPE 

Saturdays from 4-6:30 p.m. 
Elombe Brath & Diabel Faye 

Elombe Brath has been involved with 
the liberation struggle for African peo- 
ple for nearly forty years. The co-chair 
of the mammoth 1990 Harlem recep- 
tion for Nelson and Winnie Mandela, 
Elombe also emceed the rally for Fidel 
Castro in October at Abyssinian Baptist j 
Church (pictures and more details in 
next month's Folio.) He was a consul- 
tant on African Affairs for Gil Noble's 
Like It Is, WABC-TV's Black public 
affairs program. For many years, 
Elombe Brath has presented 
Afrikaleidoscope on WBAI, and in 
December he will be joined by Diabel 
Faye in a new, expanded timeslot. 
Elombe told Folio, 

"With the additional time, we'll be able to reflect in depth the experience 
of the African people throughout the world. I am an African internation- 
alist activist, and have fought for the rights of people of color since I was 
12, in 1948. The show will relate to today, presenting the truthful experi- 
ences and daily lives both in Africa and in America. Music, including 
many live performers, will be an important part of the show. Music is 
more than a commercial product; it functions as ceremony and commem- 
oration. We must maintain the culture in the Diaspora." 
Diabel Faye added, "I learned to love the music while growing up in 
Africa, and have now spent ten years developing a relationship with 
African musicians in New York. I've worked with clubs, festivals, and 
record companies, keeping the bands together and promoting the music, 
and now I'm happy to bring authentic African music to WBAI's airwaves." 




Photo of Diabel Faye by Ron Samuels. 
Glasses by Burda ON 




Nora Sayre, 
pictured at left, 
will be the first 
guest (12/3) on 
Mike Feder's 
new show, 
Live from the 
Upper West 
Side on 
Sundays from 
11 a.m. -noon 



Public Affairs 
Director Mario 
Murillo (left) and 
Gonzalo 
Aburto, who 
starts a new 
show Rock en 
Espahol 
Tuesdays from 
10 a.m. -noon 



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Faye on Music, e h 
History, and Family 

Diabel Faye is joining Elombe Brath to produce the new Afrikaleidescope, 
4 p.m. on Saturdays. He gave Folio these thoughts about the music. 

In Africa, being a griot is your license to play music. Each non-griot family 
has their own griot. The griots of my forefathers stuck with my family for cen- 
turies, passing our stories and history from generation to generation. My par- 
ents knew that our society depended on the musicians. To some extent, the 
social trauma our countries are suffering is because we are overlooking the 
oral tradition that bound us together. The griots who had our history in their 
heads are no longer respected, and as they died, our family history fades out. 
Show me an Africah who cannot speak his mother tongue and I will show you 
an African who does not know about himself. Because his history is said 
through that language, a Ph.D. won't help. I advise you to go to your family 
griot and put him on tape because so much damage already has been done. 

1 am a "gueere", so according to tradition I am not allowed to play music, 
but the first time I went to a modern concert with a big stage, loud speakers, 
and electrical wires everywhere, I became fascinated. I would follow musi- 
cians from rehearsals to the smallest gigs, and listened to the radio shows 
from many countries. Musicians from different countries learned from each 
other (and successful Afro-Americans like James Brown), and so the music of 
the Fulani, Serere, Wolof and many others gave rise to Afrobeat. In Dakar, I 
made friends with many musicians who revolutionized the music. 

In America, with few exceptions, African musicians must do odd jobs to sur- 
vive, despite being part of a billion dollar industry. We are only on stage, 
while the managers, the record company staff, and most of the media are not 
African. I've been at after-concert parties where even the musicians who per- 
formed were pushed around by bouncers, not treated with the respect they 
deserved. I've done everything I could to support the musicians, from helping 
find gigs to lending my personal rent money to a band to pay for a rehearsal 
studio. I've organized regular jam sessions where musicians can play together, 
coordinated festivals around the country, worked with Island Records, and 
tried to master (and change) the complex financial relationships in the indus- 
try. We must fill in the gaps, and make musician's working conditions more 
acceptable. 





Susana Baca. Afro Peruvian singer, a guest on Afrikaleidescope 



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6:00 Wake Up Call Breaking news stories, fea- 
ture interviews and music with Amy Goodman & 
Bernard White. Featuring Devya's Meditation 
Moment shortly after 6 

1 0:00 All Mixed Up Peter Bochan plays eccentric 
pop and current event montages, disregarding 
format 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 
1 :00 Talk Moore with Marjorie Moore. Healing 
dialogues exploring human dynamics and the 
commonality of our consciousness. Making 
change in and beyond ourselves. Produced with 
Liana Francesca and Ahnenoi Brooks 
2:00 Julianne Malveaux 
3:00 Talkback! with Utrice Leid 

5:00 Behind the News Samori Marksman 
examines national and international issues, 
political economy and related issues 
6:00 The WBAI Evening News 
7:00 We the People with Jerry Brown 
8:00 Fair Dinkum with peace & environmental 
activist Dr. Helen Caldicott 
9:00 Circle of Red Nations Native American 
news and analysis with Gustavo Raven Silva 
1 0:00 Arts in the Evening 
72/7 7 A Tribute to Arthur Miller on his 80th 
Birthday. See box 
1 1 :30 WBAI News Rebroadcast 
Midnight Investigations with Andrew Philips 
incorporating Soundscapes: Explorations in Radio, 
Sound & Music 

1 :30 Person to Person with Toni Short & 
,Michael G. Haskins 

3:30 Mass Backwards The Word of Satan 
revealed by your radio pal Uncle Muck, and 
god-awful music, too. But mostly radio dramas. 
Not for the faint of heart or weak of brain. 
Produced by Max Schmid 



In December: 

New and returned shows: 

Tuesday 10 a.m. Rock en Espahol with Gonzalo Aburto 

Saturday 3:00 p.m. Arab Voice and Crescent Rising 

with Dr. Barbara Nimri Aziz and Mahmoud Ibrahim 

4 p.m. Afrikaleidescope with Elombe Brath & Diabel Faye 
Sunday 1 1 a.m. Live from the Upper West Side with Mike Feder 

Midnight Soundtrack with Paul Wunder 
Time changes: 
Saturday Liquid Sound Lounge to 6:30 p.m. 

Underground Railroad to 8:30 p.m. 
Sunday Gay programming to 6:30 p.m., 

Golden Age of Radio to 7:30 p.m. (from Saturday) 

Jazz to 10 p.m. 

FollO advertising WOrks for advertisers and helps 
support the station. Call Folio editor Dave Burstein by Dec. 1 for the 

January/February Folio 



The Pen American Center presents a 

A Tribute to Arthur 
Miller on his 80th 
Birthday. 

Monday, 1 271 1 at 1 0:00 p.m. 
On October 30, the voices of Carlos Fuentes, 
Edward Albee, John Guare, and others came 
together to pay tribute to this playwright, a 
man who challenged the system over and 
over. As Carlos Fuentes says, "Arthur Miller's 
theater renews his faith in an America caught 
in the trappings of a revolution of privilege 
posing as fiscal responsibility." Join Peggy 
Dominique and share this special moment. 




Paul Ruest (left) presents X-Xmas 

Xmas Day 

Special programming on Christmas Day 

6-10 am, Sidney Smith presents Xmas Day with the 

Radio On < 

10-noon A Shortcut to the North Pole produced 
by Peter Bochan , 

noon-4 p.m. The X-Xmas Show Here we go 
again! It's time for the annual, state mandated 
celebration of consumerism. Of course, today is 
just the peak of many months of corporate 
planning and social conditioning. (And how's 
your consumer confidence today?) 
Do you think it's fair that our culture expects 
you to genuflect to the free market enterprises 
that attempt to control our minds through bru- 
tal and relentless advertising? Don't you think it 
strange that all of this marketing is couched in 
the soft and fluffy appearance of a religious 
holiday? 

Wake up on December 25th and don't cele- 
. brate Xmas. You deserve better! Join the resis- 
tance to this pathetic so-called holiday, tune in 
to the X-Xmas Show. This parody of Santa, 
Jesus, and Macy's will offer a place to hang out 
for those people who feel like they're going to 
snap if they hear one more version of S//enf 
Night. Produced by Paul Ruest and Steve Ward 
4-6 Religious Folk Music with Bill Canaday. 
Spirituals, Gospel, Soul, and Jazz. Music from 
African-American and European Sources 
8-10 p.m. Circle of Red Nations featuring a 
look at Native American spirituality 



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6:00 Wake Up Call Breaking news stories, fea- 
ture interviews and music with Amy Goodman & 
Bernard White. Featuring Devya's Meditation 
Moment shortly after 6 

10:00 Rock en Espahol with Gonzalo Aburto 
Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 
1 :00 Health Action Investigative journalism on 
the politics of health and the role of activism, plus 
up-to-the-minute information on integrative (con- 
ventional and alternative) and self-powered medi- 
cine and healing; with producers Bob Lederer, 
Nicholas Cimorelli & Kathy Davis 
alternates with 

Gray Panther Report with social activist Lydia 
Bragger 

2:00 Julianne Malveaux 
3:00 Talkback! with Utrice Leid 

5:00 Behind the News Samori Marksman 

examines national and international issues, 

political economy and related issues 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 We the People with Jerry Brown 

8:00 Off the Hook with Emmanuel Goldstein, 

our resident technopunk 

9:00 Housing Notebook No heat? No hot 

water? No rent! What's the right way to deal 

with your housing struggles? Tune in and phone 

in your questions. With Scott Sommer 

10:00 Arts in the Evening featuring Poisoned 

Arts, the continuing adventures of Charles and 

Emily Ann Andrews and Mr. Waburn, the old 

man they adopted from the Welfare Department. 

Broadcast live with Janet Coleman, David Dozer, 

and Jim Freund 

11 30 WBAI News Rebroadcast 

Midnight Moorish Orthodox Radio Crusade 

with Peter Lamborn Wilson and Bill Weinberg 

alternates with 

Weaponry Produced by Tom Wisker, Jim 

Dingeman, Shawn Rhodes & Stevie Debe 

1 :30 Weaponry continues (alternate weeks) or 

begins (after MORC) 

3:30 Punk & Hardcore with Susan Brown 

alternates with 

'Nuff Saidl-with Ken Gale & Ed Menje 

72/5 Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, 

voice of The Joker, and comic book fan) talks 

about comics, animation, and translating comics 

to live action 

72/79 Steve Skeates, author of Aquaman, Teen 

Titans, Sub-Mariner, Plop, and a zillion others 



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Farewell Lex Hixon 

As Folio went to press, we learned of the loss of WBAI 

programmer Lex Hixon to cancer. We hope his friends will contribute remembrances and pictures for the next issue of Folio, in which we plan a 

longer tribute. IPkdse contdd Folio editor Dave Burstein at WBAI by the first week in December)- Paul Qorman provided a few thoughts: 

From 1971-1984, Lex Hixon produced In the Spirit, one of the most remarkable and certainly unique programs in WBAI's long history. 
Religious and spiritual life have never been Pacifica program staples. With In the Spirit, however, Lex brought to life most of the planet's great 
wisdom and filth traditions, presented with dignity and clarity, in conversation with teachers from all over the world. Lex himself was a "devo- 
tional religious scholar", intimately acquainted with world faith traditions as an author of seven books, a teacher, and a practitioner. He commu- 
nicated from the "inside out" — inside his own studies and personal practice, inside the great texts, inside the authentic life of authentic spiritual 
communities. Many, many listeners testified, over these years, that Lex — and the station through him — had affirmed and nourished aspirations 
otherwise ignored or stereotyped by society. In tribute to his passing, Allen Qinsbcrg said. "From his years of broadcasting and authorship of vol- 
umes of mystic lore, Lex Hixon was a pioneer in the spiritual renaissance in America over the last four decades." He was a spiritual friend and 
teacher to tens of thousands . . . cared deeply about WBAI and its listeners . . . and offered many precious jewels in the station's stunningly diverse 
treasure box of rich gifts. There will be a memorial in early December. Please call WBAI at 212-2790707 for an exact date and place. 



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6:00 Wake Up Call Breaking news stories, fea- 
ture interviews and music with Amy Goodman & 
Bernard White. Featuring Devya's Meditation 
Moment shortly after 6 

10:00 Mother Lode with Victoria Starr. Can you 
really afford to be anywhere else? 
Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 
1 :00 The Positive Mind Informative interviews 
and call-in discussions on strategies for emotional 
development and empowerment with "the Mark 
Twain of Psychology," Armand DiMele, CSW 
2:00 Julianne Malveaux 
3:00 Talkback! with Utrice Leid 

5:00 Behind the News Samori Marksman 
examines national and international issues, 
political economy and related issues 
6:00 The WBAI Evening News 
7:00 We the People with Jerry Brown 
8:00 Explorations Science and peace issues with 
Dr. Michio Kaku 

9:00 The Personal Computer Show 
Informative industry interviews and call-in discus- 
sions with Joe King and co-hosts Hank Kee & 
David Burstein 
1 0:00 Arts in the Evening 
1 1 :30 WBAI News Rebroadcast 
midnight Earthwatch Commentary and analysis 
with Robert Knight 

1 :30 Let 'em Talk Eclectic conversations with 
Paul DeRienzo and Fly 

3:30 Nightshirt Science fiction, music and mad- 
ness with Mike Sargent and Byron (Sugar Bear) 
Saunders. Listen and your life may change 



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Meeting 
December 21 

6:00 p.m. 

at 

WBAI 

505 Eighth Ave 

22nd Floor 

Please join us! 




Farewell, Abe & Debbie Weisburd 

Abe Weisburd, lifelong radical and veteran journalist at WBAI and the Quardian, a great 
friend of WBAI, passed away August 2nd at age 88. With gusto, passion, and keen intelli- 
gence, Abe contributed his skills to movements for social change all of his life, as did his 
wife, Debbie, who passed away in 1994 at age 84. Abe and Debbie were deeply involved 
in solidarity work for Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Cuba for over three decades. Abe 
introduced WBAI to Wilfred Burchett, the renowned Australian correspondent whose work 
did so much to spark the movement against U.S. intervention in Vietnam. The Weisburds 
were instrumental in raising the support that enabled Burchett to continue his seminal report- 
ing. During the. war, Abe co-founded Trade Unionists for Peace and Debbie represented 
Teachers for Peace in Vietnam. The Weisburds were strong supporters of the Native 
American movement, and engaged in education and outreach for Leonard Peltier and the 
American Indian Movement. 

Abe's reporting was wide-ranging, covering prisons, Cuba, and struggles for jus- 
tice by people of color. Abe worked with the Civil Rights Congress, and in the 1960s (at the 
suggestion of SNCC,) established White Americans to Support Black Liberation. Debbie, 
blacklisted from teaching for several years during the McCarthy era, went South and taught 
at a freedom school. Once members of the American Labor Party and the Communist Party, 
they both remained lifelong socialists. They were friends of WBAI and all who struggled for 
justice. For more information, Call 91 4-948-21 88 or 212-410-1586 

Abe &. Debbie Weisburd Memorial Tribute 

December 10 1:00 p.m. Casa de Las Americas, 104 West 14th Street 



Producer's Corner 




WBAI producer Phyllis Bennis about her new book 

CALLING THE SHOTS: 

How Washington Dominates 

Today's UN " 

The UN's 50th anniversary brought the world's 
attention to this often-ignored, often-disdained, 
often-condemned global organization. Since the 
Gulf war in 1 991 , the UN has most often been 
viewed as the scapegoat for local and regional 
conflicts and crises across the globe. Most of the 
time, it is "UN failures" that are condemned. 
What doesn't get talked about very much is the 
question of power at the UN — and the fact that 
since its founding in 1945 and until today, U.S. 
domination of the organization continues, and 
Washington continues to 'call the shots,' often 
setting the stage for what are then wrongly 
described as those "UN failures." 

My new book, filled with behind-the-scenes 
anecdotes and the intrigues of UN politics and 
personalities, provides a thoroughly different 
approach. I look first at the UN's history, in 
which just-released classified documents reveal 
secret U.S. wiretapping of every delegation to 
the founding conference in San Francisco. Then I 
examined how Bush used the Gulf crisis to bring 
the UN to centerstage of U.S. foreign policy. 
Subsequent sections examine UN peacekeeping, 
including how it works, how the U.S. exerts pre- 
eminent control, and how the widely discussed 
major failures, in Somalia, Rwanda, Haiti and 
Bosnia, took shape. The book also analyzes how 
the UN's new emphasis on peacekeeping, espe- 
cially its military aspects, strips much-needed 
funds from desperately under-funded, under- 
staffed humanitarian, development, health, 
human rights, and other projects. Finally, Calling 
the Shots looks at the issues of UN reform and 
anticipates how a future UN might be shaped 
for its second hundred years. 

Marcus Raskin called Phyllis Bennis "gifted" and 
added about the book "It is must reading for 
anyone who cares about international affairs". 
Professor Richard Falk commented, "A wonder- 
fully realized and crisply presented account" 



6:00 Wake Up Call Breaking news stories, fea- 
ture interviews and music with Amy Goodman & 
Bernard White. Featuring Devya's Meditation 
Moment shortly after 6 
10:00 Shocking Blue with Delphine Blue 
Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 
1 :00 Walden's Pond Animal rights, the environ- 
ment, vegetarianism and other righteous living 
with radioactivist Shelton Walden and guest com- 
mentators Alexander Cockburn, Jeffrey St. Clair, 
Gary Francione, Devon Pena, and Elisa Joy White 
2:00 Julianne Malveaux 
3:00 Talkback! with Utrice Leid 

5:00 Behind the News Samori Marksman 
examines national and international issues, 
political economy and related issues 
6:00 The WBAI Evening News 
7:00 We the People with Jerry Brown 
8:00 Building Bridges: Your Metro 
Community and Labor Report Explorations of 
people and issues that shape the movements for 
social change; fighting the attacks on our wages, 
housing, transportation, health, education and 
welfare; defending our community and labor 
organizations; exploring the dimensions of race, 
gender, and class in the urban environment. 
Produced by Ken Nash & Mimi Rosenberg 
9:00 Where We Live Sally O'Brien & Safiya 
Bukhari present the voices of the disenfranchised 
1 0:00 Arts in the Evening 
1 1 30 WBAI News Rebroadcast 
midnight Radio Unnameable with Bob Fass 
3:30 Crosstown Traffic "Have you ever been 
experienced?" Check out the "60 minutes of pro- 
gressive music" with Gregory Amani & Lace. From 
artist tributes the first week in every month to live 
performances; from cutting edge interviews to 
bustin' phat beats; from Hookes to Hendrix to 
Hami, we've got the brand new flava for your 
ears. E-mail us at cttraffic@WBAI.escape.com 



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at the new Knitting Factory proceeding through metro New York to Penn 
Station.... mM 

prepare ycurself 

only on 

listener sponsored radio 

WBAI (99.5 FM) N.y. 

http://wwyv.users.interport.net/~jfreunoyieavings 



WBAI 99.5 FM Radio Presents 

The 24th Annual 

WBAI HOLIDAY 




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December 8- 1 0, 15-17 

Friday 5-9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 1 1 a.m.-6 p.m. 

Plan Ahead . . . You Get The 

FINEST HOLIDAY GIFTS 



Admission: 

$6 per person, $4 seniors 

Reduced Rates Available 

Both Weekends 





CA. A Nina Harris, "Monarch Butterfly", deerskin, 
lined. Mount Victory, Ohio 



Fusaiy ■ Demski, "Dragon Neckpiece", 24k gold 
cloisonruf set lin 18k gold wlpavt diantonsds 
4" x 4". Berkeley, California 



Columbia University's 
FERRIS BOOTH HALL 

Broadway at 1 1 5th Street 

For more information call: (2 1 2) 695-4465, or 279-0707 weekdays 

Benefit for Listener Supported WBAI Radio 



Welcome to the 24th Annual 

WBAI Holiday Crafts Fair! 

With the generous support, much patience and 
cooperation from the WBAI staff, volunteers, our many 
talented exhibitors, advice from friends and the 
experience from the prior 23 years, this, our 24th year, 
will once again prove to be an enjoyable and successful 
holiday event. The WBAI Holiday Crafts Fair is one of 
New York's largest events, and the absolute best event for 
those searching for the perfect holiday gifts. Coupled 
with this, the proceeds go to support our non-commercial, 
listener-sponsored WBAI 99.5 FM radio. 

We have selected over 200 craftspeople and artists from 
across the country who work in varied medias - blown 
glass, stained glass, leather, fiber wearables, pottery, 
jewelry, turned wood vessels, photography, clocks and 
much much more. The WBAI Holiday Crafts Fair runs 
two consecutive weekends: December 8-10 and December 
15-17, Fridays, 5-9 p.m., Saturdays & Sundays 1 1 a.m. - 6 
p.m. Each week the Fair will feature different 
craftspeople and artists, so plan on attending the Fair both 
weekends - reduced rates available for both weekends. 

While you're there, don't miss: 

The Holiday Crafts Fair Raffle (opposite the coat 
check) with works of art donated by exhibitors. 

The WBAI Gift/Author's Table (at the entrance of 
Wollman Auditorium) with the latest in books, 
publications, tapes and other station information. 
Some of your favorite radio personalities will be there 
as part of the Crafts Fair tradition. 

So be a part of it all and give the gift that gives twice - we 
look forward to seeing you at the 24th Annual Holiday 
Crafts Fair. 

On behalf of the Crafts Community, and WBAI 99.5 FM 
Radio, thank you for your support and I look forward to 
meeting you all. 

May you have a healthy and happy holiday. 



,Q-*<L4-tJi<4p K.. J a, 

Cassandra L. Perkins 
Director 




Director: 

Promotions Coordinator: 
Administrative Assistant: 
Crafts Fair Promos, Radio: 

Poster Art and Design: 

Crafts Fair Directory: 
Printing: 

Special Thanks to: 



Credits 

Cassandra L. Perkins 

Candace Klein 

Ramsey Frazier 

Bernard White, Dred-Scott Keyes, 
Paul Williams, Brother Shine 

Owen Francis, Cassandra L. Perkins, 
Candace Klein with photo of original 
work by Josh Simpson 

Ramsey Frazier, Candace Klein 

Owen Francis, First Prince Copy 
Center 

Valerie van Isler, Sybil Wong, Lois 
Henry, Samori Marksman, Anthony 
J. Sloan. Mario Murillo, Amy 
Goodman. Bernard White, Catherine 
Urbain, Allen Markman, Fred Kuhn, 
Paul Williams, Michael G. Haskins, 
Patricka Dallas, the staff and - 
volunteers of WBAI-FM and the 
WBAI-FM Board, the WBAI Holiday 
Crafts Fair Location Staff and the 
staff of Ferris Booth Hall, Columbia 
University, in particular. 



Very Special Thanks to Our 
Crafts Fair Jurors 
Selection Committee: 



Don Gonzalez, Gracielo Arciello. 
Linda Adato and Susan Perry, Basia 
Kaminski for Fine Art Selection 



1 995 WBAI 

Holiday Crafts Fair Directory 



^ First Weekend & Friday-Sunday, 


December 8-10 & 


1 Blown Qlass 


9 Hand Painted 


13 Embossings, 
Handmade Paper 


Alan Goldfarb 


Mirrors 


Alan Goldfarb Blown Glass 


Jeffrey Wasserman 


Marjorie Tomchuk 


143 North Ave. 


Looking Glass 


M. Tomchuk Prints 


Burlington, VT 05445 


P.O. Box #654 


44 Horton Lane 


(802) 865-9820 


Claverack, New York 12513 


New Canaan, CT 06840 


2 Ceramics 


(518)851-3853 


(230)972-0137 


Meryl Klein 










Frassetto Inc. 










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Clinton, OH 45244 










(513)561-0442 










3 Candles . 










Jerome & Paula Spector 




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Margaret Thurman 




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Echo of the Dreamer 




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230 W. 105th St. 


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New York, NY 10025 


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65 1 North Terrace Ave. 




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Mount Vernon, NY 
(914) 667-6061 


10 Metal Jewelry 


15 Quilting 




Nikos Nafpliotis 


Carolyn Reed 


6 Ceramics 


Nikos Nafpliotis Designs 


Carolyn Reed, Quiltmaker 


Robert Kaelin 


171 Mile Square Road 


370 Central Park West #5 12 


Cameo Porcelain 


Yonkers, NY 10701 


New York, NY 10025 


52 Burlington Blvd. 


(914)968-6172 


(212)678-6113 


Smithtown, NY 11787 
(516) 265-8370 


11 Qift Items -Jewelry 


16 Fiber 




Dina Panagopoulos 


Amy & Laura Cohen 


7 Pottery 


Dina Panagopoulos Inc. 


Savvy 


Martha Szacsvay-Liptak 


51 West 2 1st St. Rm# 202 


170 West 73 Street #2B I 


Martha Liptak Pottery 


New York, NY 10010 


New York, NY 10023 


84 Old North Stamford Rd. 


(212)645-1895 


(212)724-7541 


Stamford, CT 06905 

(203) 325-3922 


1 2 Jewelry 


17 Jewelry 




Denise Florian Weiss 


Catherine Wygant 


8 Paintings 


Florian 


16 Rocky Hill Rd. 


Earl Thompson 


29 Echo Lane 


Essex, MA 01929 


304 West 147 Street #6 


Newburgh, NY 12550 


(508) 768-3644 


New York, NY 10039 


(914)569-9252 









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Felix W. Berrios Jr., "Briefcase", leather and brass, 
16' x IS" x 2".Staten Island, New York 



1 8 Blown Qlass 

Don Gonzalez 
Echo Beach 
65 Upper Creek Rd. 
Stockton, NJ 08559 
(908) 996-6664 

19 Fiber 

Barbara Steinman Katz 
Kumiko Designs 
1432 Buford Drive 
Yardley.PA 19067 
(215)493-7690 

20 'r tetal Sculpture 

Bill, Carol, Eric Heise & 
Aaron Steele 
Heise Metal Sculpture 
162 1/2 Maple St. 
Burlington, VT 05401 
(802) 862-8454 

21 Millinary Hats 

Lynda Diamond 
308 Mott Street 
New York, NY 10012 
(212)431-7479 

22 Wood 

David & Joan Marshall 
Creative Connections 
54 Skyline Drive 
Sherman, CT 06784 
(203)355-1129 

23 Jewelry 

Ronnie Li via 
Livia Designs 
(212) 243-9083 



24 Fiber 

Liz Cenedella 
327 Canal Street 
New York, NY 10013 
(212)925-9616 

25 Leather-Sheepskin 

Vera & Maria Ivanov-Morrison 
Ivanov-Morrison 
P.O. Box #983 
Greenwich, CT 06836 

(203) 845-7977 

26 Metal 

John Fouquart, 

Pewter Potter 

26 Soundcrest Ave. 

North Port, NY 11768 

(516)757-4724 

27 Ceramics-Pottery 

Sally Rothchild- 
Sally Rothchild Pottery 
501 West 122 Apt. 4B 
New York, NY 10027 
(212)866-6202 

28 Hand Painted Pillows 

J. Chong Kang 

244 Madison Ave. #3B 

New York, NY 10016 

(212)681-1655 

29 Millinary Hats 

Terry Coffey 
Mystery Cafe 
503 4th Avenue 
Brooklyn, NY 11215 
(718)788-0336 



30 Leather Craft 

Felix W. Berrios, Jr. & 
Conchita Berrios 
Bertor Leather 
305 Westervelt Ave. 
Staten Island, NY 10301 
(718)931-9707 

31 Jewelry 

Jorge Caicedo 
Montes De Oca Designs 
1 18 Forsyth Street 
New York, NY 10002 
(212)966-0020 

Ties, Scarves, Shalls, 
Vests & Jackets 

Martinu Schneegass 
Bote New York 
241 Eldridge Street #2 
New York, NY 10002 
(212)529-7445 

33 Jewelry & Qiftware 

Shimon Kahlloun 

S.K. Studio 

124 West 30th St. #309 

New York, NY 10006 

(212)695-8211 

36 Contemporary 
Wooden Qifts 

Tom Davin & Mary Kesler 

Davin & Kesler 

24 G Dorset Mill Rd. 

Exeter, RI 02822 

(401)295-7515 

3 7 Jewelry 

Amy Bruml 

Bruml Designs 

62 West 84th Street 

New York, NY 10024 

38 Enamel 

Fred Albrecht & Ken Levine 
The Re-Corker 
59 Winthrop Road 
Plainview, NY 11803 
(516)935-1456 

39 Jewelry 

Robin Graham 

Robin Graham Jewelry 

15N.DutcherSt. 

Irvington, NY 10533 

(914)591-5975 

43 Jewelry 

Gloria & David Levin 
Stone Kingdom 
10 Tally Road 
Roslyn, NY 11576 
(516)621-6816 



44 Ceramics 

Michael Wainwright 
Michael Wainwright Pottery 
475 Dean Street 
Brooklyn, NY 11217 
(718)789-8911 

46 Fiber-Wearable 

Amy Hedler 
Underground Velvet 
1 19 Braintree Street 
Allston, MA 02134 
(617)782-2735 

47 Fiber-Wearable 

Andrea Miksic 

Salaam 

RR2 Box 1370 

Creamery St. 

Plainfield, VT 05667 

(802)454-1013 

50 Fiber Wearables 

Cherry & George Schacher 
Cherry Schacher Patchwork 
87 Maple Ave. 
Bauston Spa, NY 1 2020 
(518)885-7743 

51 Jewelry 

Liz Horn & Ron Zukor 
Liz & Ron Jewelers 
32 Hillman Road 
Woodstock, NY 12498 . 
(914)679-6112 

52 Fiber Wearable 

Wendy Carrington 
Wendy Carrington Hats 
93 Reade Street 
New York, NY 10013 
(212)571-3761 

53 Jewelry 

Pnina Cohen 
Pnina's Jewelry 
1257 East 68th Street 
Brooklyn, NY 11234 

54 Handpainted Silk 
Fassions 

Jan Mayer & Jon Drayson 

Kriska 

P.O. Box #57 1362 

Murray, Utah 84157 

(801)261-5820 

55 Jewelry . 

Michal Golan 
Mical Golan Jewelry 
361 W. 36th Street #3 A 
New York, NY 10018 
(212)967-2343 




56 Fiber Wearables 

Mary O'Shea 
RD 1 Box 84 
Middlebury, VT 05753 
(802) 545-2090 

57 Wood 

Jennifer Rose & 

Robin Langsdorf 

Cloud Ten 

120 West 78th Street 

New York, NY 10024 

(212)362-2483 

58 Jewelry 

Cynthia Chuang & 
Erh-Ping Tsai 
Jewelry 10, Inc. 
30 Markwood Rd. 
Forrest Hills, NY 11375 
(718)793-4225 

59 Wood 

Wendy & Jay Jensen 
Deep Spring Studio 
P.O. Box 364 
Petersburg, WV 26847 
(304) 257-2988 

60 Metalsmith 

T. Chin 

4340 Bedford Ave. 

Brooklyn, NY 11229 

(718)332-9183 



61 Jewelry/Precious 
Metals 

Peter Kalina 

Kalina Designer Craftman 

P.O. Box 727 

Orangevale, CA 95662 

(916)989-0180 

62 Ceramics 

Ellen Reznick 

Rezware 

242 Lafayette St. 4-N 

New York, NY 100 12 

(212)966-3595 

63 Blown Qlass 

Frederick Warren 

Warren Glass 

370 W. Giles Road 

N. Muskegon, MI 49445 

(616)744-2899 

64 Fiber-Weaving 

Marcia & Frank Phillips 

Marcia Phillips Weaving 

Box #1 22 

Goshen, MA 01032 

(413)268-7155 

65 Pottery 

Marilyn Chattin & 
Jim Schneider 
940 Jacksonville Stage Rd. 
W. Halifax, VT 05358 
(802) 257-4848 



66 Jewelry 

Rob Greene 

RR#1 

Plainfield, VT 05667 

(802) 426-3841 

67 Fire Ceramics 

Rick Starr & Dulcie Arnold 
Rick Starr 
8 Seneca PI. 
Greenwich, CT 06830 
(914)921-4243 

69 Jewelry & Paper 
Collage 

Nancy Salwen & 
Forrest Seymour 
Nancy Salwen Jewelry 
P.O. Box 6225 
Keene, NH 03431 
(603) 357-4693 

70 Jewelry 

Jim & Victoria Mullan 

Mullanium 

1001 NE 36th Street #7 

Pompano Beach, FL 33064 

(305) 782-9049 



71 Fiber-Handwoven 
Apparel 

Cecilia Frittelli & 
Richard Lockwood 
Frittelli & Lockwood 
RR l Box #103 
Crown Point, NY 12928 
(518)597-3910 

72 Fiberwearable 

Murielle Arlin 
Arlin Knitwear 
1584 First Ave. 
New York, NY 10028 
(212)535-0021 



73 Fine Jewelry 

Susan Mulvey 
156 Cat Swamp Road 
Woodbury, CT 06798 
(203) 263-5585 

74 Ceramics 

Virginia Piazza 
Virginia Piazza - Pottery 
455 Clinton St. #2 
Brooklyn, NY 11231 
(212)755-4500 

75 Stoneware 

Marilyn Andrews & 
Andrew Van Assche 
Andrassche Handbuilt Stoneware 
31 East Street 
Plainfield, MA 01070 
(413)634-8844 

76 Fiber-Wearables 

Marsha Fleisher 
Loominus Handwovens 
1 9 Cooper Lake Road 
Bearville, NY 12409 
(914)679-6500 




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77 Scarves & Wraps 

Kent Frankstone 

Stone & Mann 

80 Madison Avenue #3C 

New York, NY 10016 

(212)779-9363 

Sterling Siver Jewelry 
& Venetian Glass 

Vashti de Verteuil 
Vashti de Verteuil Ltd. 
332 East 9th Street 
New York, NY 10003 
(212)473-0506 



78 Didjeridoos 

Tanya Gerard 
Imlakesh Arts & Music 
P.O. Box 8237 
Santa Fe, NM 87504 
(505) 989-6642 

79 Mixed Media Clocks, 
Jewelry 

Leni Singerman & 
Terry Post 
P.O. Box #226 
Old Queechy Rd. 
Canaan, NY 12029 
(518)781-4110 

80 Mixed Media 

Jill Schwartz 
Elements/Jill Schwartz 
126 West 22nd Street 
New York, "NY 10011 
(212)243-2707 

81 Photography 

Emerson Matabele 

Emerson 

307 Stiles Avenue 

Savannah, GA 31401-3137 

(912)234-2426 

82 Fiber Wearables 

Rosemarie Lorensen 
275 Clinton Ave. 
Brooklyn, NY 11205 
(718)638-1082 

83 Jewelry 

Jane Carpenter & 

Edward Heiple 

Millodot 

30 Florence St. 

East Hampton, NY 11937 

(516)329-3760 

84 Wood 

John Russell 

John Russell ' . 

201 West 86th Street #S- 12 

New York, NY 10024 

(212)874-6581 

85 Qlass 

Patricia Cavalieri 

First Impressions 

1 19 Highview Avenue #3 

Stamford, CT 06907 

(203)461-9976 

86 Jewelry 

Michelle Krespi & 

Christine White 

Krespi & White Jewelry, Inc. 

3223 Telegraph Ave. 

Oakland, CA 94609-3015 

(510)420-0815 



87 Jewelry 

Jeni & Del Woock 

Woock Studio 

1315 Mount Vernon Drive 

San Gabriel, C A 91775 

(818)89-0597 

88 Candles 

James & Matt Evans 
Waxen Candles 
P.O. Box 422 
Mifflin, PA 18631 
(717)759-2278 

89 Jewelry/Scarves 

Leslie Korda 

34 West 65th Street 

New York, NY 10023 

Teresa Montalvo 

34 West 65th Street #5G 

New York, NY 10023 

(212)595-3711 

90 Handwoven Clothing 

Camille Benjamin 
406 Lowell Davis Road 
N. Grosvenordale, CT 06255 
(203) 935-9007 

92 Fine Jewelry 

Larry River 
Heart of Gold 
P.O.Box 1114 
Willits, CA 95490 
(707)459-3411 , 

93 Qlass-Jewelry 

Joyce Roessler 

Roessler Glass 

102 South Street 3rd Fl. 

Boston, MA 02111 

(617)426-4705 

94 Mixed 

Laura Minsky & 

Debora Jackson 

Till the Wind Changes 

92 Van Cortland Pk.S.#6F 

Bronx, NY 10463 

95 Enamels-Jewelry 

Alexander & 

Mona Szabados 

P.O. Box 99 

Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245 

(209)286-1396 

97 Metal-Jewelry 

Gabriel North Seymour 

Gabriel 

Route 126 

Falls Village, CT 06031 

(203)824-1412 




98 Handpainted Silk 
Scarves 

Lisa L. Kiss 

Lisa L. 

60 Warren Street #3 

New York, NY 10007 

(212)732-0884 

99 Hand Crafted Jewelry 

Zeyba Rahman 

Zeyba 

106 Montague St. 

Brooklyn, NY 11201-3460 

(718)431-6168 

1 00 Jewelry 

Alan Jewett & 
Joan Holland 
P.O.Box 1792 
Sausalito, CA 94966 
(415)267-1835 

101 Pottery 

. Frank Edge & 
Ellen Ellsberg 
Edge/Ellsberg Ceramics 
63 Juggler Meadow Rd. 
RFD3 

Amherst, MA 01002 
(413)548-9753 

102 Fine Jewelry 

Conni Mainne 
Conni Mainne Designs 
3223 Telegrapgh Ave. 
Oakland, CA 94609 
(510)420-0894 



104 Turned Wood 

Baxter Wood 
P.O. Box 61 6 
Lexington, VA 24450 
(703) 463-7024 

105 Jewelry 

Falker Fusaiy & 

Susan Demski 

Magick 

6207 Arlington Blvd. 

Richmond, CA 94805 

(510)234-9938 

51 Jewelry-Fine Metal 

Robert & Kate Lutzenhiser 
Robert Lutzenhiser Fine Jewelry 
118 Main St. 
Stevensville, MT 59870 
(406) 777-3005 

52 Color Photography 

Jim Hauser 

Jim Hauser Color Photography 

P.O. Box 393 

New Baltimore, NY 12124 

(518)756-8182 

54 Mosaic 

Elizabeth Woolf 
P.O. Box 706 

New York, NY 10018 
(212)302-7866 

55 Fiber Wearables 

Peter Nedvins & 
Elizabeth Shorrock 
Partners In Design 
181 Main Street 
Westerly, RI 02891 
(401)596-6139 




Mariko Swisher, "Vase' 
MaspetK New York 



terracotta, 14" x 11" x 14" 



& Second Weekend & Friday-Sunday, December 15 -17& 

1 Blown Qlass 

Alan Goldfarb 
Alan Goldfarb Blown Glass 
143 North Ave. 
Burlington, VT 05445 
(802) 865-9820 

2 Functional Stoneware 

Diana Seidel 
Diana Seidel, Potter 
South Mountain Pass 
RR2Box3l0 
Garrison, NY 10524 
(914)424-4211 

3 Candles 

Jerome & Paula Spector 

Big Dipper Candles 

3 Brimstone Mountain Road 

Chester, NY 10918 

(914)469-9442 

4 Jewelry 

Margaret Thurman 
Echo of the Dreamer 
230 W. 105th St. 
New York, NY 10025 
(212)864-6727 

5 Fiber Wearables 

Gail Kelly 

Crystal Spirit 

1 09 Osborn Avenue 

Mamaroneck, NY 10543 

(914)381-4250 

7 Jewelry 

Nina Noy 

5-22 Estler Court 

Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 

(201)797-4517 

8 Fiber Wearables 

Wendy Carrington 
Wendy Carrington Hats 
93 Reade Street 
New York, NY 10013 
(212)571-3761 

1 3 Metal Accessories 

Piper Strong 
Strong Metal Works 
P.O.Box 1230 
Milton, NH 0385 1 
(603) 652-7247 

1 4 Fabric Pillows 

Kristin B. Helmer 

Blythe 

28-19 23rd Avenue, #5 

Astoria, NY 11105 

(718)932-0145 



15 Leather-Sheepskin 

Tom Hayward 
Leprechaun Sheepskin 
165 Main Street 
P.O. Box 302 
Charlemont, MA 01339 
(413)339-4355 

1 6 Fiber Wearables 

Amy & Lauri Cohen 

Savvy 

170 West 73rd Street #2B 1 

New York, NY 10023 

(212)724-7541 

17 Jewelry 

Adam Barnum 

A. Ashley Barnum Goldsmith 

20 Canal Street, Suite 424 

Franklin, NH 03235 

(603)934-5917" 

1 8 Blown Qlass 

Don Gonzalez 
Echo Beach 
65 Upper Creek Rd. 
Stockton, NJ 08559 
(908) 996-6664 

19 Sculpture 

Steve Maxon & Doris Park 

Max-Cast 

P.O. Box 804 

Kalona, IA 52247 

(319)656-5365 



20 Fiber Wearable 

Sara Kaufman 

885 Massachusetts Ave. 

Cambridge, MA 02139 

(617)876-7953 

21 Millinary Hats 

Lynda Diamond 
308 Mott Street 
New York, NY 100 12 
. (212)431-7479 

22 Wood 

David & Joan Marshall 
Creative Connections 
54 Skyline Drive 
Sherman, CT 06784 
(203)355-1129 

23 Accessories 

Sondra Sardis 
597 Plutarch Road 
Highland, NY 12528 
(914)255-5979 

24 Fiber 

Liz Cenedella 
327 Canal Street 
New York, NY 10013 
(212)925-9616 

25 Leather-Sheepskin 

Vera & Maria Ivanov-Morrison 
Ivanov-Morrison 
P.O. Bix #983 
Greenwich, CT 06836 
(203) 845-7977 



26 Jewelry 

Bob & Rose Ann Place 
34 Mood Road 
Saugerties, NY 12477 
(914)246-0180 

27 Jewelry 

Judit Leiser 

Art to Wear by Judit 

21 Sandstone Trail 

New York, NY 10956 

(914)634-0589 

29 Millinary Hats 

Terry Coffey 
Mystery Cafe 
503 4th Avenue 
Brooklyn, NY 11215 
(718)788-0336 

30 Leather Craft 

Felix W. Berrios, Jr. & 

Conchita Berrios 

Bertor Leather 

305 Westervelt Ave. 

Staten Island, NY 10301 

(718)931-9707 

31 Jewelry 

Jorge Caicedo 
Monies De Oca Designs 
1 1 8 Forsyth Street 
New York, NY 10002 
(212)966-0020 

Ties, Scarves, Shalls, 
Vests & Jackets 

Martinu Schneegass 
Bofe New York 
241 Eldridge Street #2 
New York, NY- 10002 
(212)529-7445 

32 Mixed Media/Jewelry 

Le Anne& Carlton Jackson 

Effex 

448 West 37th Street #1 0B 

New York, NY 10018 

(212)643-3607 

33 Jewelry & Qiftware 

Shimon Kahlloun 

S.K. Studio 

124 West 30th St. #309 

New York, NY 10006 

(212)695-8211 

34 Leather 

Deena Whited 
Unity Leather 
RFDBox 1935 
Unity, ME 04988 
(207) 948-2929 



35 Pottery 

Donna McGee 
47 East Street 
Hadley, MA 01035 
(413)584-0508 



41 Ceramics 

David Voll 

2RD#9 

Batsto Village. NJ 08037 

(609) 567-4856 




David Vol, "Tea Set", stoneware, hand thrown, ash 
glazed Hammonton, New Jersey 



36 Qlass 

Tom Divan & Mary Kesler 

Davin & Kesler 

24 G Dorset Mill Road 

Exeter, RI 02822 

(401)295-7515 

37 Jewelry 

Grace Gordon 

Marjann 

2120 Kenmore Terrace 

Brooklyn, NY 11226 

(718)469-3404 

38 Enamel 

Fred Albrechl & Ken Levine 
The Re-Corker 
59 Winthrop Road 
Plainview, NY 11803 
(516)935-1456 

39 Jewelry 

Robin Graham 
Robin Graham Jewelry 
15 N.DutcherSt. 
Irvington, NY 10533 
(914)591-5975 

40 Fiber Wearable 

Loraine Gough 

Batsto Crafts 

2RD#9 

Batsto Village, NJ 08037 

(609) 567-4856 



42 Chenille Bags 

Christine Cole 

C. Cole 

80 Prospect Place 

Brooklyn, NY 11217 

(718)789-4985 

43 Jewelry 

Gloria & David Levin 
Stone Kingdom 
10 Tally Road 
Roslyn, NY 11576 
(516)621-6816 

44 Ceramics 

Michael Wainwright 
Michael Wainwright Pottery 
475 Dean Street 
Brooklyn, NY 11217 
(718)789-8911 

45 Wood 

Steven B. Levine 
P.O.Box 123 
Dayton, NJ 08810 
(908)297-0131 

46 Fiber-Wearable 

Amy Hedler 
Underground Velvet 
1 19 Braintree Street 
Allston, MA 02134 
(617)782-2735 



47 Fiber-Wearable 

Andrea Miksic 
Salaam 

RR#2Box 1370 
Creameny St. 
Plainfield. VT 05667 
(802)454-1018 

48 Polymer Clay 

Steven Ford & 

David Forland 

1714 N. Mascher Street 

Philadelphia, PA 19122 

(215)739-0609 

49 Ceramics 

Washington Ledesma 
P.O.Box 1712 
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 
(508)693-7181 

50 Fiber Wearables 

Bernie & Jackie Cully 
J. B.C. Artworks 
6 Meroke Court 
Huntington Station, NY 11746 
(516)421-5422 

51 Pottery 

Teresa Kravitz 
Teresa Designs 
230 Jay St. #8J 
Brooklyn, NY H20l 
(718)858-8996 

52 Pottery 

Judy & Shelly Bieber 
Earth Art Pottery 
71 Strawtown Road 
WestNyack, NY 10994 
(914)353-6317 

53 Qlass 

Jim Reece 

650 Rocky Point Road 

East Marion, NY 11939 

(516)477-3062 

54 Handpainted Silk 
Fassions 

Jan Mayer & Jon Drayson 
(Crista 

P.O. Box #57 1362 
Murray, Utah 84157 

(S01 )261-5820 

55 Jewelry 

Michal Golan 
Mical Golan Jewelry 
361 W. 36th Street #3 A 
New York, NY 10018 
(2 1 2|967-2343 



56 Kaleidoscopes 

Carolyn Bennett 
C. Bennett Scopes 
609 West State Steet 
Media, PA 19063 
(610)565-3532 

57 Knitted Clothing 

Robin L. Bergman 
Robin Originals Creative Knits 
23 Bradford Street 
Concord, MA 01742 
(508)369-1925 

58 Jewelry 

Kathryn Pearce & 

Mical Keppel 

Kallima 

P.O. Box 8554 

Lancaster, PA 17604 

(717)299-1732 

59 Folding Wooden 
Baskets 

Wendy & Jay Jensen 
Deep Spring Studio 
P.O. Box 364 
Petersburg, WV 26847 
(304) 257-2988 

60 Handwoven Fiber 
Wearables 

Lynn Yarrington 
P.O. Box 145 

Middlebury, VT 05753 
(802)453-4221 



61 Ceramics 

Mariko Swisher 
Mariko Swisher Ceramics 
57-09 59th Street 
Maspeth, NY ll 378 
(718)894-8241 

62 Blown Qlass 

Josh Simpson 

Simpson Contemporary Glass 

Frank Williams Road 

Shelburne Fails, MA 01370 

(413)625-6145 

63 Fiber Wearables 

Candiss Cole & 
Tony Anthony 
Candiss Arm Cole 
70 Pine Knius Drive 
Sedona, Arizona 86336 
(520) 282-6490 

64 Travelware Bags & 
Accessories 

Robert J . Zarcone 
Studio Z. Leather 
P.O. Box 410 
Moodus, CT 06469 
(203)873-1825 

65 Pottery 

Marilyn Chattin & 
Jim Schneider 
940 Jacksonville Stage Rd 
W. Halifax, VT 05358 
(802) 257-4848 




luirry River, "Bracelet", 14 kt gold, fabricated 
miiits, California 



66 Jewelry 

Rob Greene 

RR#1 

Plainfield, VT 05667 

(802)426-3841 

67 Wood 

Susan Perry & 
Bill Gundling 
Perry & Gundling 
52 68th Street 
Guttenberg, NJ 07093 
(201)854-7036 

68 Blown Qlass 

Robert Eickholt 
Eickholt Glass 
401 West Town Street 
Columbus, OH 43215 
(614)463-1274 

69 Jewelry & Paper 
Collage 

Nancy Salwen & 
Forrest Seymour 
Nancy Salwen Jewelry 
P.O. Box 6225 
Keene, NH 03431 
(603) 357-4693 

70 Jewelry 

Jim & Victoria Mullan 

Mullanium 

1001 NE 36th,Street #7# 

Pompano Beach, FL 33064 

(305) 782-9049 

71 Jewelry 

Malka Ronen 
MR Creatios, USA 
' 321 Woodfield Road 
West Hempstead, NY 1 1552 
(516)485-6292 

72 Etchings & 
Monotypes 

Linda Adato 

Linda Adato Etchings 

20 Pratt Street 

New Rochelle, NY 10801 

(914)632-2352 

73 Handbags & 
Accessories 

C.A. & Nina Busch Harris 
Raven Works Studio 
34477 Shertzer Rd. 
Mount Victory. OH 43340 
(513)354-5151 

74 Jewelry/Polymer Clay 

Anne H. Cubberly 

Cubb Art 

1 50 Huyshope Avenue #505 

Hartford, CT 06106 

(203) 278-9566 



75 Painted Sweaters 

Linda MacMillan 
The Passionate Palette 
Pine Banks Road 
Putney, VT 05346 
(802) 387-5205 

76 Jewelry 

Daniel Grussing & 
Marie DesJardins 
Daniel - DesJardins 
1 1 8 Camellia Boulevard 
Lafayette, LA 10503 
(318)988-0689 

77 Scarves & Wraps 

Kent Frankstone 

Stone & Mann 

80 Madison Avenue #3C 

New York, NY 10016 

(212)779-9363 

Sterling Si ver Jewelry 
& Venetian Qlass 

Vashti de Verteuil 
Vashti de Verteuil Ltd. 
332 East 9th Street 
New York, NY 10003 
(212)473-0506 

78 Didjeridoos 

Tanya Gerard 
Imlakesh Arts & Music 
P.O. Box 8237 
Santa Fe, NM 87504 
(505) 989-6642 

79 Fiber 

Tom Jipson 

Tom Jipson, Weaver 

174 North Mast Road 

Goffstown, NH 03045 

(603)497-3830 



80 Metal 

Bruce R. MacDonald 
BRM Design & Metalworks 
418 Pine Street 
Burlington, VT 05401 
(802) 863-9553 

81 Photography 

Emerson Malabele 

Emerson 

307 Stiles Avenue 

Savannah, G A 31401 

(912)234-2426 

82 Fiber Wearables 

Rosemarie Lorensen 
275 Clinton Ave. 
Brooklyn, NY 11205 
(718)638-1082 

83 Jewelry 

Jane Carpenter & 

Edward Heiple 

Millodot 

30 Florence St. 

East Hampton, NY 11937 

(516)329-3760 

84 Wood 

John Russell 

John Russell 

201 West 86th Street #S- 12 

New York, NY 10024 

(212)874-6581 

85 Qlass 

Patricia Cavalieri 

First Impressions 

1 19 Highview Avenue #3 

Stamford, CT 06907 

(203)461-9976 









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Carolyn A. Reed, "Walllianging", pieced and quitted 
work, 40" x 52" New York, New York 



86 Jewelry 
Micelle Krespi, 
c hristine White 

Krespi & White Jewelry, Inc. 
3223 Telegraph Ave 
Oakland, CA 94609-3015 
(510)420-0815 

87 Precious Metal 
Jewelry 
Richard Messina & 
Anne Landfield 
Richard Messina Designs 
P.O. Box 245 

Hearts Content Road 
Round Top, NY 12473 
(518)622-9822 

88 Candles 

James & Malt Evans 
Waxen Candles 
P.O. Box 422 
Mifflin, PA 18631 

(717)759-2278 



89 Jewelry 

Linda & Ron Rougeau 

Rougcatl Designs 
(.1 11/2 Alavid 
Santa Fc, NM 87501 
(505)989-7975 

90 Wooden Utensils 

Jonathan S Simons 
Jonathan Spoons 
RRI Box I. 
Kempton.PA 19529 
(610)756-6464 



91 Wood Turning 

Deborah Doyle 
P.O. Box I II 28 
Bainbndge. WA 98H0 
(206)842-8361 

92 Fine Jewelry 

Larrv River 
Heart of Gold 
P.O.Box 1114 

Willits, CA 95490 
(707)459-3411 

93 Jewelry 

Chip Arnold 
Arnold Jewelry 
274-302 N.Goodman St. 
Roehestr, NY 14607 
(716)271-0727 




94 Wood/Slate 
Clocks/Jewelry 

Peter Hill & Tara Caliero 
Pink Cloud Gallery 
59 New Street 
Sharon. CT 06069 
(203) 364-5759 

95 Fiber Wearables 
Basia Kaminski & 

Graham Blackburn 

Basia 

2019 Glasco Turnpike 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(914)679-8608 



96 Wooden Toys 

Skip Arthur 

Pegasus Toys 

161 Wilhelm Road 

Saugerties, NY 12477 

(914)246-9906 

97 Jewelry 

Irene Plunlky-Goedecke 

Pluntky 

1 16 Pinehurst Avenue 

New York. NY 10033 

(212) 923-7800 Ext. 2123 

98 Handpainted Silk 
Scarves 

Lisa L. Kiss 
Lisa L. 

60 Warren Street #3 
New York, NY 10007 
(212)732-0884 

99 Hand Crafted Jewelry 

Zeyba Rahman 

Zeyba 

106 Montague St. 

Brooklyn, NY 11201 

(718)431-6168 

1 00 Jewelry 

Alan Jewett & 
Joan Holland 
P.O.Box 1 792 
Sausalito, CA 94966 

(415)267-1835 

101 Pottery 

Frank Edge & 

Ellen Ellsberg 

Edge/El lsberg Ceramics 

63 Juggler Meadow Rd. 

RFD3 

Amherst, MA 01002 

(413)548-9753 

Marilyn Chattin & 
Jim Schneider 
940 Jacksonville Stage Rd 
W. Halifax, VT 05358 
(802) 257-4848 

102 Fine Jewelry 

Conni Mainne 
Conni Mainne Designs 
3223 Telegrapgh Ave. 
Oakland, CA 94609 
(510)420-0894 

103 Marbled Silk 
Clothing 

Laura Crandall 
Marbled Masterpieces 
P.O.Box 1831 
Bloomington, IN 474o: I83I 
(812)331-7257 



104 Turned Wood 

Baxter Wood 
P.O. Box 61 6 
Lexington, VA 24450 
(703) 463-7024 

1 05 Jewelry 

Falker Fusaiy & 

Susan Demski 

Magick 

6207 Arlington Blvd. 

Richmond, CA 94805 

(510)234-9938 

S1 Jewelry-Fine Metal 

Robert & Kate Lutzenhiser 
Robert Lutzenhiser 
Fine Jewelry 
1 18 Main St. 
Stevensville, MT 59870 
(406) 777-3005 



52 Hand-Painted 
Photographs 

Allan Teger 
Teger Photographies 
248 Tremont Street 
Newton, MA 02158 
(617)527-0798 

53 Stoneware Pottery 

Londa Weisman 

Mechanic Street Pottery & 

Iron Works 

P.O. Box 192 

N. Bennington, VT 05257 

(802)447-7191 



54 Stained Qlass 

Robert & Janine Anderson 
Anderson Art Glass 
50 Oakwood Road 
Huntington, NY 11743 
(516)271-3743 

55 Fiber Wearables 

Peter Nedvins & 
Elizabeth Shorrock 
Partners In Design 
181 Main Street 
Westerly, RI 02891 
(401) 596-6139 



& Lower Level & 



1 Nuts-N-Such 

Dan Baron/Eric Shostal 
6600 Morning Meadow Dr. 
Alexandria, V A 22315 
(703)912-6688 

2 Specialty Foods 

Murray Burk 

Cook-In-The-Kitchen 

P.O. Box 3 

Post Mills, VT 05058 

(802) 333-4141 

3 Taste of Africa 

Damaris Hall 
67 School St. #3 
Labanon, NH 03766 
(603)448-2118 

4 Handmade Specialty 
Condiments 

Dennis Hart 

European Gourmet Almonds AFS 

1 3154 Taylor Wells Rd. 

Chardon, OH 44024 

(216)635-0259 



5 Specialty Food 

Davis Koier 
Ward's Pond Farm, Inc. 
RFD 3 P.O. Box 1 380 
Morrisville, VT 05661 
(802) 888-3001 

6 Homemade Speciality 
Condiments 

Sherrie Maurer ■ 
Jasmine & Bread 
RR#2 256 
So. Royalton, VT 05068 

7 Bread & Chocolate, Inc. 

Jonahan M. Rutstein 
1 Cross St. P.O. Box #305 
Wells River, VT 05081 
(802) 757-2088 

8 Brief Relief 

Sidney Smith (Massage 
Therapist) 
68 N. 2nd St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19106 

(215)627-4212 



9 Source Music 

Marie Tedaldi 
40Maplewood Drive 
Danbury, CT 06811 
(203)798-1451 

10 United Naions 
Children's Fund 

New York Metropolitan 
Committee for UNICEF 
3 UN Plaza, #H2G 
New York, NY 100 17 
(212)759-0760 



Not all booths were assigned at press time, an addendom will be available at the Fair 



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The 24th Annual WBAI Holiday Crafts Fair 
Index 



Exhibitor/Weekend(s)/Booth # 

A 

Adalo, Linda Linda Adato Etchings [2 • 72] 
Albrecht, Fred & Ken Levine The Re-Corker [I & 2 «38] 
Allen, Sophie Hayes Sha Studios [1 *-5] 
Anderson, Janine & Robert Anderson Art Glass [2 • S4] 
Andrews, Marilyn and Andrew Van Assche 
Andrassche Handbuilt Stoneware [1 • 75] 
Arlin, Murielle Arlin Knitwear [1 • 72] 
Arnold, Chip Arnold Jewelry [2 • 93] 
Arthur, Skip Pegasus Toys [2 • 96] 

B 

Baron, Dan & Erick Shostal Nuts-N-Such [2 • LL#1] 

Barnum, Adam A. Ashley Barnum Goldsmith [2 • 17] 

Benjamin, Camille Handwoven Clothing [1 • 90] 

Bennett, Carolyn C. Bennett Scopes [2 • 56] 

Bergman, Robin L. Robin Originals Creative Knits [2 • 57] 

Berrios, Felix W. & Conchita Bertor Leather [1 & 2 • 30] 

Bieber, Judy & Shelly Earth Art Pottery [2 • 52] 

Bruml, Amy Bruml Designs [1 • 37] 

Burk, Murray Cook-In-The-Kitchen [1& 2 • LL#2] 

Busch Harris, C.A. & Nina Raven Works Studio [2 • 73] 



Caicedo, Jorge Monies De Oca Designs [1 & 2 • 3 1 ] 
Carpenter, Jane & Edward Heiple Millodot [1 & 2 • 83] 
Carrington. Wendy Wendy Carrington Hats [1 • 52, 2 • 8] 
Cavalieri, Patricia First Impresssions [1 & 2 • 85] 
Cenedella, Liz Fiber [1 & 2 • 24] 
Chaltin, Marilyn & Jim Schneider 
Touchstone Pottery [1 & 2 • 65] 
Chin T. Metal Smithing [1 • 60] 

Chuang, Cynthia & Erh-Ping Tsai Jewelry 10, Inc. [1 • 58] 
Coffey, Terry Millinary Hals [1 & 2 • 29] 
Cohen, Amy & Laura Savvy [1 & 2 • 16] 
Cohen. Pnina Pnina's Jewelry [1 • 53] 

Cole, Candiss Ann, Tony Anthony Candiss Ann Cole [2 • 63] 
Cole, Christine C. Cole [2 • 42] 
Crandall, Laura Marbled Masterpieces [2 • 103] 
Cubberly, Anne H. Cubb Art [2 • 74] 
Cully, Bernie & Jackie J. B.C. Artworks [2 • 50] 

D 

Davin. Tom & Mary Kesler Davin & Kesler [1 & 2 • 36] 
Diamond, Lynda Millinary Hats [1 & 2 • 2 1 ] 
Doyle, Deborah Wood Turning [2*91] 



Edge, Frank & Ellen Ellsberg 

Edge/Ellsberg Ceramics [1 & 2 • 101] 
Eickholt, Robert Eickholt Glass [2 • 68] 
Evans, James & Matt Waxen Candles [1 & 2 • 88] 



Fleisher, Marsha Loominus Handwovens [1 • 76] 
Ford, Steven, David Forland City Zen Cane [2 • 48] 
Fouguart, John Pewter Potter [ 1 • 26) 



Frankstone, Kent & Vashti de Verteuil 

Stone & Mann/Vashti de Verteuil Ltd. [1 & 2 • 77] 
Frittelli, Cecilia & Richard Lockwood 

Frittelli & Lockwood [1*71] 
Fusaiy, Falker & Susan Demski 

Magick/Fusaiy-Demski [1 & 2 • 105] 



Gerard, Tanya Inlakesh Music-Didjeridoo [ 1 & 2 • 78] 
Goedecke, Irene Pluntky Pluntky [2 • 97] 
Golan, Michal Michal Golan Jewelry [1 & 2 • 55] 
Goldfarb, Alan Alan Goldfarb Blown Glass [1 & 2 • 1] 
Gonzalez, Don Echo Beach [1 & 2 • 18] 
Gordon, Grace Marjann [2 • 37] 
Gough, Loraine Batsto Crafts [2 • 40] 
Graham, Robin Robin Graham Jewelry [1 & 2 • 39] 
Greene, Rob Jewelry [1 & 2 • 66] 
Grussing, Daniel & Marie DesJardins 
Daniel Des-Jardins-[2 • 76] 

H 

Hall, Damaris Taste of Africa [1& 2 • LL#3] 

Hart, Denis J. European Gourmet Almonds AFS [ 1 & 2 • LL#4] 

Hauser, Jim Jim Hauser Color Photography [1 • S2] 

Hay ward, Tom Leprechaun Sheepskin [2 • 15] 

Hedler, Amy Underground Velvet [1 & 2 • 46] 

Heise, Bill, Carol & Eric, Aaron Steele 

Heise Metal Sculpture [ 1 • 20] 
Helmer, Kristin B. Blythe [2 • 14] 
Hill, Peter & Tara Cafiero Pink Cloud Gallery [2 • 94] 
Horn, Liz & Ron Zukor Liz & Ron Jewelers [1 • 51] 

I 

Ivanov-Morrison, Vera & Maria Ivanov-Morrison [1 & 2 • 25] 

J 

Jackson, Carlton & LeAnne Effex [2 • 32] 
Jensen, Wendy & Jay Deep Spring Studio [ 1 & 2 • 59] 
Jewett, Alan & Joan Holland Jewelry [1 & 2 • 100] 
Jipson, Tom Tom Jipson, Weaver [2 • 79] 

K 

Kaelin, Robert Cameo Porcelain [1*6] 

Kahlloun, Shimon S.K. Studio [1 & 2 • 33] 

Kalina, Peter Kalina Designer Craftsman [1 • 61] 

Kaminski, Basia & Graham Blackburn Basia [2 • 95] 

Kang, J. Chong /. Chong Kang [1 • 28] 

Katz, Barbara Steinman Kumiko Designs [1 • 19] 

Kaufman, Sara Sara Kaufman Textiles [2 • 20] 

Kelly, Gail Crystal Spirit [2 • 5] 

Kiss, Lisa L. Lisa L [1 & 2 • 98] 

Klein, Meryl Frassetto [1 • 2] 

Koier, Davis Specialty Food[l& 2 • LL#5] 

Korda, Leslie & Teresa Montalvo [1 • 89] 

Kravitz, Teresa Teresa Designs [2 • 5 1 ] 

Krespi, Michelle & Christine White 

Krespi & White Jewelry Inc. [ 1 & 2 • 86] 



The 24th Annual WBAI Holiday Crafts Fair 
Index (Continued) 



Ledesma, Washington, Ceramics [2 • 49] 

Leiser, Judit Art to Wear by Judit [2 • 27] 

Levin, Gloria & David Stone Kingdom [1 & 2 • 43] 

Levine, Steven B. Wood [2 • 45] 

Li via, Ronnie Livia Designs [1 • 23] 

Lorensen, Rosemarie Fiber Wearables [1 & 2 • 82] 

Lutzenhiser, Robert & Kate 

Robert Lutzenhiser Fine Jewelry [1 & 2 • S 1 ] 

M 

MacDonald, Bruce R. BRM Design and Metalwork [2 • 80] 
MacMillan, Linda T. The Passionate Palette [2 • 75] 
Mainne, Connie Connie Mainne Designs [1 & 2 • 102] 
Marshall, David & Joan Creative Connections [1 & 2 • 22] 
Matabele, Emerson Photography [1 & 2 • 81] 
Maurer, Sherrie Homemade Specialty Condiments [1& 2 • LL#6] 
Maxon, Steve, & Doris Park Max-Cast [2 • 19] 
Mayer, Jan & Jon Dray son Kriska- [1 & 2 • 54] 
McGee, Donna East Street Clay Studio [2 • 35] 
Messina, Richard & Anne Landfield 
Richard Messina Designs [2 • 87] 
Miksic, Andrea Salaam [1 & 2 • 47] 

Minsky, Laura & Debora Jackson Till the Wind Changes [1 • 94] 
Mullan, Jim & Victoria Mullanium [1 & 2 • 70] 
Mulvey, Susan Out of Hand [1 • 73] 

N 



Nafpliotis, Nikos Nikos Nafpliotis Designs [1 
Nedvins, Peter & Elizabeth Shorrock 

Partners in Design [I & 2 • S5] 
Noy, Nina Jewelry [2 • 7] 

O 

O'Shea, Mary Lynn Weaving Studio [1 • 56] 



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Panagopoulos, Dina Dina Panagopoulos Inc. [1 

Pearce, Kathryn Kallima [2 • 58] 

Perry, Susan & Bill Gundling Perry & Gundling [2 • 67] 

Phillips, Marcia & Frank Marcia Phillips Weavings [1 • 64] 

Piazza, Virginia Virginia Piazza Pottery [1 • 74] 

Place, Bob & Rose Ann Bob & Rose Ann Place Jewelers [2 • 26] 

I 

Rahman, Zeyba Zeyba [1 & 2 • 99] 

fleece, Jim Glass [2 • 53] 

Reed, Carolyn Carolyn Reed, Quiltmaker [1*15] 

Reznick, Ellen Rezware [1 • 62] 

River, Larry Heart of Gold [1 & 2 • 92] 

Roessler, Joyce Roessler Glass [1 • 93] 

Ronen, Malka M.R. Creations USA [2*71] 

Rose, Jennifer & Robin Langsdorf Cloud Ten [1 • 57] 

Rothchild, Sally Sally Rothchild Pottery [1 • 27] 

Rougeau, Linda & Ron Rougeau Designs [2 • 89] 

Russell, John, John Russell Wood [1 & 2 • 84] 

lutstein, Jonathan M. Bread & Chocolate, Inc.[\&2» LL#7] 



Salwen, Nancy & Forrest Seymour 

Nancy Salwen Jewelry [1 & 2 • 69] 
Sardis, Sondra Sondra Sardis [2 • 23] 

Schacher, Cherry & George Cherry Schacher Patchwork [1 • 50] 
Schneegass, Martinu Bofe New York [1 & 2 • 31] 
Schwartz, Jill Elements/Jill Schwartz [1 • 80] 
Seidel, Diana Diana Seidel, Potter [2 • 2] 
Seymour, Gabriel North Gabriel [1 • 97] 
Simons, Jonathan S. Jonathan's Spoons [2 • 90] 
Simpson, Josh Simpson Contemporary Glass [2 • 62] 
Singerman, Leni & Terry Post Singerman & Post [1 • 79] 
Smith, Sidney Brief Relief [\& 2 • LL#8] 
Spector, Jerome & Paula Big Dipper Candles [1 & 2 • 3] 
Starr, Rick & Dulcie Arnold Rick Starr [ 1 • 67] 
Strong, Piper Metal Accessories [2 • 13] 
Swisher, Mariko Mariko Swisher Ceramics [2*61] 
Szabados, Alexander & Mona Enamels- Jewelry [1 • 95] 
Szascvay-Liptak, Martha Martha Liptak Pottery [1*7] 



Tedaldi, Marie Source Music [1& 2 • LL#9] 
Teger, Allan I. Teger Photographies [2 • S2] 
Thompson, Earl Paintings [1*8] 
Thurman, Margaret Echo of the Dreamer [1 & 2 • 4] 
Tomchuk, Marjorie [1*13] 

V 

United Nations Children's Fund 

N.Y. Metropolitan Committee for UNICEF [1& 2 • LL#9] 

V 

Voll, David Batsto Crafts [2 • 41] 

w 

Wainwright, Michael Michael Wainw right Pottery [1 & 2 • 

Warren, Frederick Warren Glass [1 • 63] 

Wasserman, Jeffrey Looking Glass [1*9] 

Weisman, Londa Mechanic Street Pottery & Iron Works [2 

Weiss, Denise Florian Florian [1*12] 

Whited, Deena Unity Leather [2 • 34] 

Woock, Jeni & Del Woock Studio [1 • 87] 

Wood, Baxter Turned Vessels [1 & 2 • 104] 

Woolf, Elizabeth Mosaic [1 • S4] 

Wygant, Catherine Jewelry [1 • 17] 



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Yarrington, Lynn [2 • 60] 

z 

Zarcone, Robert J. Studio "Z" Leather [2 • 64] 



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9:00 CounterSpin with FAIR'S Laura Flanders & 

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9:30 This Way Out 

10:00 Shocking Blue with Delphine Blue 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 

1 :00 Healthstyles with the WBAI Nursing 

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2:00 Julianne Malveaux 

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3:00 Talkback! with Santiago Nieves 

5:00 Behind the News: Our Americas Mario 

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6:50 The Screening Room perspicacious and 

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7:00 We the People with Jerry Brown 

8:00 Home Fries live radio with Fred 

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10:00 Jazz Sampler with Bill Farrar 

Midnight The Midnight Ravers 

Thematic explorations of connections between 

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Ending 20 Years 
of Occupation 

East Timor & 
U.S. Foreign Policy 




Saturday, December 9 
8:30 pm 

Miller Theater 
Columbia University 

(Broadway at 116th St.) 

with 

Amy Goodman (WBAI) 

Constdncio Pinto (Representative, 

East Timorese resistance) 

Tickets 

$12/$6 (low income) 

$30 Reception w/ speakers (1 pm) 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

Protest, December 7 

on the 201h anniversary of the 
Indonesian invasion of East Timor. 
March from Indonesian Mission to the 
United Nations to U.S. Mission. 4 pm, 
gather at Indonesian Mission (325 E. 
38th St. nr. 1st Ave). 5:15 pm, 
candlelight vigil at U.S. Mission (799 
UN Plaza at 45th St.). 



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Miller Theater Box Office; 
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Info 6* reception tickets: 

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12/24) Xmas Eve with the Radio On 
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Cult of the Tocks Tap! in which Little Squishy 
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special taking this time slot tonight we'll be 
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