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Quentin Hardy, deputy technology editor of The New York Times, said, "Uncharted is our humble attempt to make America smart again." It was a joke, but it resonated throughout the two-day festival.
Last Friday’s leak of the Access Hollywood video plunged Donald Trump’s presidential campaign into crisis, but it also brought to the forefront of national coverage attitudes towards women and sexual assault.
The cook and writer tells us about his four essential kitchen tools and offers an insight into his Steak Myth lab, happening Oct. 15 at the Uncharted Festival of Ideas in Berkeley.
The full program for Berkeleyside's Uncharted Festival of Ideas, on Friday Oct. 14 and Saturday Oct. 15, is now out.
End-of-Summer discounted tickets for Uncharted Festival (over 35% off regular price) end at midnights on Friday Sept. 23.
The former New York Times columnist will be at Uncharted, a production of Berkeleyside, on Friday Oct. 14.
The Uncharted Radio Hour makes its debut on KALW this Thursday at 7 p.m. It's the first of four programs that offer a taste of what to expect at this year's festival on Oct. 14 and 15.
Michael Krasny, host of the award-winning KQED Forum program, will join the Uncharted Berkeley Festival of Ideas line-up next month to talk about his forthcoming book, Let There Be Laughter: A Treasury of Great Jewish Humor and What It All Means. It is the third book for Krasny, who, as well as being a broadcaster, is a scholar and Professor of English and American Literature.
Playwright, performer, feminist and activist Eve Ensler will be joining the speaker lineup at the 2016 Uncharted Festival of Ideas in Berkeley, which is produced by Berkeleyside
This year's program includes recidivism activist and producer of 'The Hangover' movies Scott Budnick as well Aaron James, author of the book 'Assholes: A Theory of Donald Trump.'
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The third annual Uncharted Berkeley Festival of Ideas closed Saturday after two days of engaging and compelling conversations that ran the gamut from the inadequacies of the criminal justice system — outlined in no uncertain terms by Judge Alex Kozinski — to the flaws in our education system, articulated by extraordinary 18-year-old reformer Adora Svitak, the perils of Vladimir Putin, who writer Masha Gessen described bluntly as “a thug,” and the dangers of over-treatment in the healthcare system, articulated all too clearly by activist and author Shannon Brownlee.