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Sights and Sounds: D.K. Dailey

Sights and Sounds is your weekly guide to the Bay Area arts scene through the eyes and ears of local artists. On this episode, host Jenee Darden speaks with D.K. Dailey, author of the YA dystopian series "Golden Dreg Boy."

During the pandemic, we're offering suggestions for ways to experience art and culture at home or through social distancing.
San Francisco City Guide Walking Tour
SF City Guides has resumed in-person walks. They offer over 30 walks around the city by guides who give historical background on spots along their routes. The tours are 90 to 120 minutes and free, but they do ask for a donation. Strolling along you may learn about the city's architecture, the 1906 earthquake or the 1880 murder of a newspaper editor by another editor. Make a reservation in advance online or call 415-557-4266.

New York City Adventure Club
Take a bite of the Big Apple from home. New York City Adventure Club shows people the hidden gems around the city & beyond. They're currently hosting virtual tours and online programs with live discussions. There’s a tour of the oldest library in the city, a webinar about Nat King Cole, Central Park, Greenwich Village artists and more. Price ranges from free to $10.

A More Perfect Union
Love wins in this collection of short stories about voting and romance in different forms. Proceeds from "A More Perfect Union" will go toward the fight against voter suppression. The book is out for a limited time.

D.K. Dailey is from Alameda and lives in Oakland. Her YA series "Golden Dreg Boy" is available on Amazon.