Run off holiday eating with the 2020 Revenge of the Bird Virtual 5K Turkey Trot, shop a Black women-owned business holiday marketplace — plus poetry, art and a variety show.
Listen to an author read his book about fry bread; watch films by Black and queer filmmakers; join a BIOPOC writing workshop; and enjoy Fourth Street’s holiday lights.
A coffee lab hosted by Chef Tu David Phu; a poetry for social justice workshop led by poet Tony Robles; weekly activities for kids from the Bay Area Children’s Theatre. And more!
This week, enjoy a performance project on student life in the time of COVID, a cartooning workshop, a slice of Berkeley history, a hilarious audio play and a viral exhibit.
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.
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.
Help a high school scholar go to college; learn to cook pizza, listen to a string quartet play Beethoven, and other events.
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.
See a play about marriage, view art and craft exhibits online and gear up for the Berkeley Public Library’s star-studded children’s reading series.
Staying at home has worn out its welcome so enter into these new worlds by streaming plays, performances, even a cooking class on your computer.
This week, play a comedic game show, listen to Americana music, watch Shakespeare, write and make a collage and roll some sushi.
This week, take a long (virtual) walk, support queer musicians, watch an artistic film, draw some wildlife and have some laughs.
Alex Bledsoe’s forthcoming ‘OAKLEAD’ documentary elucidates the relationships between race, socioeconomic status and access to adequate healthcare and housing.
Even though we can’t attend those summer festivals with candy and crowds, extravaganzas with famous people or great theatrical performances, we can still enjoy true talent from our homes.