Janam, who perform Saturday, have honed an intoxicating blend of Balkan rhythms, Near Eastern modes and Appalachian roots music. Also to see: two of the finest saxophonists around.
'LA 92,' screening in SF, chronicles the Rodney King case through contemporaneous news footage; while Antonioni's classic 'Blow-Up' is at BAMPFA.
It's been over 100 years since the first African-American boxer won the world heavyweight boxing championship, but, as this play shows, the repercussions continue to be heard.
Cal hoops double-header, more banjos than you can shake a stick at, Nina Simone, Verdi, and New Orleans boogie, all this weekend.
‘Ain’t Too Proud’ livestream, a Cuban musical journey, klezmer, Chet Baker cool, and a stroller brigade march. All on the schedule for the weekend.
From Berkeleyside’s Uncharted festival of ideas, to ‘not-so-scary’ Halloween stories for kids, we have you covered for activities this weekend.
Doyle writes about people who disappear, fathers who desert their children, divorce, and homelessness in stories set in San Francisco and Berkeley.
Here’s what to look forward to at Berkeleyside’s fifth annual Uncharted festival — from speakers through comedy, music, good coffee and, of course, a party.
The Berkeley journalist Lauren Markham has written a sensitive, moving portrait of two young “unaccompanied minors” from El Salvador.