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.
This week, pump up that mood with some singing, listening, making and expressing.
This week, find joy and solace in a curated list of art and theater shows that will inspire, calm, educate and entertain you.
Watch a short documentary about Hawaii by a Berkeley native. Laugh with some comedy routines. Hear an author talk about her work. Learn how to do deep, meditative breathing.
When complete, Karina Epperlein’s mural on the double doors of her garage, will feature up to 100 names, as well as identifying details, of people who have been victims of police brutality nationwide.
Suggestions for ways to self-care, be creative and entertain yourselves and your kids as you keep your eyes on the latest coronavirus developments.
This week, you can practice some philanthropy and watch some passionate performances.
You can have the summer you’ve been dreaming of; you just have to make some adjustments.
Step into the sensual, mysterious world of fibers; listen to a Berkeley virtuoso jazz organist to help empower Black men; get creative with NASA’s newly free treasure trove of images, video and audio; and more.
Go on a date night at Hotsy Totsy Club to support Berkeley Humane; take a cooking lesson with local chefs; put on a play at home — plus more ideas.
Want to help the Black Lives Matter cause but don’t know how? Donate (we suggest where), sign petitions that matter, educate yourself and listen to the insights of brilliant Black poets.