Andrew interviews Sherry Huss, the Director of Maker Faire. Huss explains what goes into putting on this amazing, creative DIY event here in the bay area, and othercitiesworldwide. Huss also talks about some of the various events and exhibitors that attend the faire.
Andrew interviews David Canavese and Shanna Porcari, dance instructors at Dance Boulevard. They talk about the history and culture of ballroom dancing, such as Foxtrot, Samba, Rumba, Cha Cha, and Swing. Porcari and Canavese perform a couple of dances for us. Both also compete in ballroom dance events and discuss their experiences.
Andrew interviews Park Lane, a local band with big potential. Park Lane members include: Joe Calderon, Calvin Calloway, Grayson Hurd, Michael Keller, and Cameron Stucky. They perform three musical numbers for us.
Andrew interviews Pretty Tony, the man in charge of A Golden Touch of Elegance, and Domo Nguyen, an up-and-coming rapper. Pretty Tony talks about his life-long desire to dress elegantly, the misconceptions people get about the way he dresses, and promoting and bringing entertainment to various clubs in Nevada and California.
Andrew interviews Carol Gillespie of the Asian American Donor Program, Stacie Tamaki of Helping Tami, and James Nguyen of Team Matthew. They discuss the use of donated stem cells from bone marrow to treat leukemia, myelodysplasia, and other blood cancers. Donor/patient compatibility depends heavily on ethnicity. Unfortunately, ethnic minorities are underrepresented in the donor registry.