The Beat writer lived in Berkeley from September 1955 until August 1956 and was so impressed with his Milvia Street back cottage he wrote a poem about it.
Right-wing activists and white nationalists have protested outside the store, as well as inside, 10 times since September.
‘Bed and Sofa’ offers proof that the Soviets were capable of blending socialist realism with comedy; in ‘Beuys’ we meet the fascinating Joseph Beuys.
The emphasis of Julia Cho’s tense, creative play rests on the importance of emotional connections and the problems caused by prejudice.
Variety is the spice of life, so we have a versatile DJ, a local art show, Rococo French music, a vegan food swap and a free fix-it clinic for you to choose from this weekend.