This modern interpretation of Miguel de Cervantes’ 1605 Spanish classic, Don Quixote, is fresh, timely, and entertaining.
"You may hate it or you may love it, but you are going to have to go home and be with it."
The SF festival plants its East Bay flag at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood over the weekend with a generous selection of ten films. Here's the skinny on three of them.
Music for Father's Day, lessons against hate, musical frontiers from the Ojai Festival, and free museum membership, all this weekend.
Rapping’s goal is to groom a generation of public defenders to provide higher quality legal representation to marginalized communities.
This weekend, see a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, take bets at the horse races, and watch teenage change makers pitch their world-saving ideas.
Whew, there’s a lot to do this weekend: stroll the streets, take your dog to a craft beer fest, revel in early and world music, and support refugees through art
You’ll be spoiled for music choices this weekend, with blues, contemporary and swing all on offer. Or you could smell the roses (with jazz accompaniment).
At this West Berkeley workshop, young girls and teens learn how to use their imaginations and sophisticated equipment to build anything they can dream of.