Based on Edmundo Desnoes's novel 'Inconsolable Memories,' this movie's story revolves around Sergio, a bourgeois writer who’s chosen to stay in Cuba after the Revolution.
Roots music with free coffee, up-tempo traditional jazz, a capella, Colombian documentaries and a rousing community King Day celebration – all this weekend.
The $2 million loan is not finalized, but it could allow Pacifica to pay off its debt to a New York real estate company.
Written and directed by Hamburg-born filmmaker Fatih Akin ('Head-On'), 'In the Fade' is an absolute corker and a great way to start the cinematic new year.
At Berkeleyside’s 2017 Uncharted Festival, the law professor delivered some hard truths about class bias and friction, and how it relates to our current political landscape.
A zydeco band named after a horse, traditional bluegrass, Tom Petty sing alongs, and more this weekend.
Its parent company lost a nearly $2 million lawsuit, placing the longstanding Berkeley radio station in immediate danger.
Political messages gain added strength when they’re delivered in a way that matches how our brains process information, says the pioneering cognitive linguist.
Regina Campuzano, a highly regarded artist at Modern Electric, a majority women- and queer-run studio in South Berkeley, believes getting a tattoo is radically vulnerable act.