Patrick Dooley’s first-rate direction, the uniformly excellent acting, and the intimacy of the Ashby Stage all help to make this production a remarkable success.
Your picks: An environmental equity summit, and a number of holiday activities, including a food drive, pottery studio sale, print sale, and an all-day fundraiser for wildfire victims.
The drummer, composer, bandleader and sake lover will perform with a stripped-down quartet version of his Grammy-nominated Asian American Orchestra.
The range of favorites includes the history of the FBI spying on Cal students, the danger from nuclear weapons, a biography of Cornelius Vanderbilt and more.
Telegraph Avenue was her stomping ground, her nation. She spent her days at the Caffe Med, drinking coffee, watching the world pass by and writing poetry. The City Council gave her a lifetime achievement award.
Those in the Concert Career Pathways program spend nine months learning every aspect of concert promotion.
The South Berkeley father of nine became famous on the internet for a short video clip in which he questioned the taste of a police officer’s shoes.
A ‘sound track for progressives,’ a young drummer’s birthday, immigrants’ rights and Christmas trees on sale. Oh, there’s a football game, too.
Besides gorging on turkey.