And now for something complete different… could be a theme for the weekend. Voting rights, bronze pours, 50 years of People’s Park, small presses and contemporary jazz.
Jay Nair and Ross Hammond make their Maybeck Recital Hall debut Sunday afternoon; and get a different taste of Ukraine with DahkaBrahka at the Freight.
“It’s a miracle that we have a film,” said the Frame of Mind founder on her Dalai Lama documentary.
There have been films about the migrant experience, but few if any told from the perspective of the migrant and none with the impact of Midnight Traveler. Also: a late-period silent film from China.
In his new book, ‘Free Speech for Some,’ Berkeley lawyer and educator William Turner argues that the Roberts Court is one of the most business-friendly courts ever.