The bossa nova scion makes her Bay Area debut at The Back Room Sunday afternoon. Also: two-for-one ticket offer to see pianist/composer Emilio Solla.
'Six Car Lengths Behind an Elephant' is a memoir of living under deep cover for the CIA.
Opening this week: A quiet drama about life in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, one of the greatest British films of the 1960s and a screening with Burning Man co-founder John Law in attendance.
The pianist's expansive sonic palette and textural resourcefulness has provided a welcome jolt of unpredictable sound to an array of settings. He performs Tuesday at the California Jazz Conservatory.
Queer dance and electric cars. This weekend’s events run the gamut.
There’s plenty of choice if you’re looking for weekend activities.
The weekend offers a wealth of musical choice – Brazilian jazz, Oakland Latinx – plus Chocolate & Chalk Art, a celebration of the Free Clinic’s 50th, and photos from San Quentin at BAMPFA.
Gangster movie fans will love Giovannesi’s ‘Piranhas;’ Plus: animated Buñuel for adults and precocious youth alike.
You can bark (and meow) around the block to adopt a pet, celebrate Woodstock’s 50th, help Little Village Foundation and Monteverde School, and find out what’s the buzz about bees this weekend.