Some great things to do this weekend include a world-premiere musical, Oaxacan ceramics, an education symposium, and more.
Scary and unsettling times call for soulful music, and fortunately Berkeley has no shortage of powerful and accomplished singers appearing on local stages in the coming days.
Nicholas Ray's 1949 'Knock on Any Door,' screening at BAMPFA, refuses to play by the rulebook and is a better film for it.
Some great things to do this three-day weekend include celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr., seeing Cal women's tennis, and more.
Miriam Peretz and Rachel Valfer, friends since Berkeley High, premiere their new collaboration ‘Madre: The Ladino Project’ Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Freight & Salvage.
The release of Pablo Larraín’s ‘Neruda’ comes at a time when accusations of treason are flying freely around the United States, lending the film a certain relevance.
Sociologist Arlie Hochschild ventured from Berkeley to ask people in Louisiana why they were voting against their best interests.
‘Lucky Boy,’ by Berkeley author Shanthi Sekaran, is set in Berkeley, and told with warmth and empathy, but with a keen eye for the sometimes well-meaning delusions of the privileged.
Joe Lurie has spent most of his adult life interacting and engaging with other cultures and promoting cross-cultural understanding. As a young man, he served in the Peace Corps in Kenya, the beginning of his life of “intercultural encounters.” For 20 years, Lurie was the executive director of the University of California’s International House, whose mission […]