Vera Caspary was once one of Hollywood’s pre-eminent female screenwriters and two of her films are screening at Berkeley's Pacific Film Archive on Friday, July 21.
The newly established Simpson Family Literary Prize is going to T. Geronimo Johnson, a Berkeley author.
Proceeds from the license plate, pending state approval, would support a California reproductive health program.
Miriam Klein Stahl is one of three artists whose designs promoting reproductive rights could appear on special California license plates.
Debbie Vinograd arrived in Berkeley in 1973 and has been painting its characters ever since.
The story of indigo dyes, a celebration of Frida Kahlo’s 110th birthday, reframing aging, afrobeat, and ‘A Girl Named Bill’ are just some of the possibilities for the weekend.
Surely you’re not going to twiddle your thumbs or barbecue all holiday weekend? There’s plenty to do in Berkeley, from fireworks to concerts to mime.
The artist was raised in Berkeley. His father was John Galen Howard. So it’s fitting the show is at the city’s art museum.
You need to hurry to see Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’, but there’s also Appalachian folk, surrealist art, The Blues Broads, and a musical benefit for Syrian refugees this weekend.