This fact-based one-act drama presents a well-acted and enduring chronicle of individuals weighing difficult choices of conscience when there is no acceptable resolution.
August Vollmer is known as the "father of modern policing." A new exhibit and in-depth book will allow more people to learn his story.
Matthew O'Brien's exhibition at the Berkeley Public Library, No Dar Papaya, is a photographic exploration of Colombia.
Annie Sampson performs with her rock and soul combo Saturday at the Art House Gallery; Gail Dobson is at the Starry Plough Sunday.
The 2017 Berkeley Film Foundation grant cycle is open until May 5
Two unexpected treats: An animated film about budding tabloid journalists in a high school and a streaming horror flick.
Take your pick this weekend: reggae, blues piano, Brazilian songs, African music and dance, or a sunrise Easter service.
BAMFest brought together 25 master muralists and 20 at-risk youth culminating in the creation of 13 murals along the Berkeley-Oakland border.
After one year and 54 concerts, the UC Theatre is now well established as a live music venue for the East Bay.