What does a socially distanced Halloween look like? Check out this week’s list for some haunted options, along with a feminist science film series and a rallying voting initiative.
To watch: Two horror movies starring an oozing viscous liquid, one better than the other, and a gut-wrenching Peruvian drama, beautifully shot in black and white.
The Nexflix movie has provoked reactions both positive and negative in Berkeley where many people involved in the anti-war movement, and the trial at the heart of the film, live.
A Dead Fest; Michael Pollan talks agroecology; Heyday Harvest honors author Greg Sarris; Halloween on Fourth Street; and decoding Chinese opera — who says there’s nothing to do?
Tune in to a talk about the gorgeous new ‘Chinatown Pretty’ book; catch Josh Kornbluth’s latest play and three other ideas to keep you occupied.
Music on Wheels in downtown Berkeley, a Family Sukkot, an outdoor, socially distanced film screening — just some of our suggestions to distract and entertain yourself.
Shuman spent the decade from 1960-1970 documenting New York City’s cultural ferment, and photographed Odetta, Nina Simone and the Beatles, among others.
Live music is returning downtown with regular, socially-distanced performances at The UC Theatre, Bobby G’s, and a planned Freight & Salvage ‘tour’ of downtown parklets.
One looks at the efforts of former Nazis to ‘deradicalize’ their Aryan brothers. Two focus on the lives of famous men: Chuck Berry and Oliver Sacks.
Oct. 4 virtual mini-fest on Supreme Court, nonviolence, race, polarization.
Hear Jorma Taccone of the comedy troupe The Lonely Island read his new children’s book; learn how to evacuate during a wildfire; enjoy a car parade along Solano Avenue.
Bruce Dern and Lena Olin give terrific performances in a film about decline and dementia; while ‘Native Sun, long unseen, is now restored and available to stream.