The highly anticipated Black Panther movie opens today. The co-founder of Berkeley HEROES, a staff club about comics and graphic novels, talks about what it means to him.
This solo show is a sweet and bittersweet exploration of the perennial question of how best to meet and keep a mate.
François Ozon’s latest is extremely well-made but has as many questionable elements as it does admirable ones; meanwhile catch a film program on cats in SF.
Black History Month inspires Ashkenaz and the Freight this weekend, but there’s also heavy metal, Cal basketball and Beethoven piano concertos.
Ayaléw Mèsfin, a giant from Ethiopian music’s golden age of the ’70s, performs at Cornerstone Sunday with Boston’s Debo Band. And catch Oakland’s Lisa B Saturday at The Back Room.