Let us introduce Cara H. Cadwallader, our next guest at the Poetry Ruckus. Cara is a dance philosopher who writes and dances and who actively builds community across San Diego County. Passionately offering creative solutions for a sustainable way forward, she weaves an Eco-feminist perspective into her metaphor of movement. She beelieves that we all need to just “STOP!” do-ing and start remembering how to “JUST BEE” ~ by just bee-ing ourselves, which is LOVE and FREE, we can heal both u.s. and our planet from this global crisis that we now find ourselves in. Her favorite topics to RUMI-nate, reflect and contemplate upon are love, nature and sex ~ what else is there? Join her for a magical evening of poetry, prose and RUMI-nation.
[photos courtesy of Jay Styron]
BAM! That’s wassup!
The Ruckus will be held on Wednesday November 20th at Ducky Waddle’s Emporium, with doors opening at 7 PM. On this particular occasion we will be having a short musical set by a really awesome acoustic duo called the Travelin Bugs. Music will start around 7:15 and open poetry will begin shortly after , with our guest going on around 9 PM.
We were going to have a separate Ruthless Hippies Folk Revue show on Thursday at the Duck, but that has been canceled in favor of starting the Ruckus off with some tunes. So Ruckus Fans, be sure to arrive early and get ready for Them Travelin’ Bugs!
Here’s their story:
He was laid off from his underpaid music teaching gig and she grew tired of waiting tables so together they decided to throw caution to the wind and hit the road. Having left the jungles of East Oakland, “Them Travelin Bugs” is embarking on a year long busking tour of the USA, winding south along the California coast and making a great big counter clockwise circle singing and playing around the country. Presenting a mix of original travelin’ tunes alongside old time Americana classics they hope to open hearts and bring endless smiles with enlivening two part harmonies layered over soothing acoustic guitar rhythms and fiery banjo plucking and picking. Coming soon to a town near you in their rambling van and they are ready to sing and ready to jam
See you at the Duck!