Lots of art shows, a celebration of the autumn equinox, a fashion show on Fourth Street, and a play about singing nuns.
Unscripted, unpredictable, Uncharted: Dig into the program of Berkeleyside's fifth Uncharted Festival on Oct. 27-28 in downtown Berkeley.
Numerous amazing female musicians are performing at the Berkeley Old Time Music Convention, which runs from Thursday to Sunday.
Two films to check out this week: one combines a search for blues masters with a backdrop of the Civil Rights movement. The other is a sci-fi futuristic fantasy.
Celebrate Chilean and Mexican independence, the life of a young Berkeley skater, Planned Parenthood, and enjoy indie music and Balkan dancing, all this weekend.
Songs and progressive ideas from Dar Williams, Euripides in Tilden, Algerian Berber music, an artistic dive into New York, and the Solano Stroll. Quite a weekend.
The full festival program is now published, and today, Sept. 6, at midnight, is the last opportunity to get early-bird tickets.
Thousands of students have lived in Cloyne Court, part of the University Students Cooperative Association, and have decorated the hallways with numerous colorful murals.
A rollicking 17th century farce outdoors, a cool indoor puppet-filled Eric Carlextravaganza, zydeco, blues, and a sweaty Marlon Brando are some of your weekend choices.