There’s wonderful ensemble acting in a powerful new film about the death penalty. Also opening Friday: the incredible story of a deep thinker and news junkie who was an early adopter of video tech.
For several years Robert Crumb (better known as R. Crumb) was a central and colorful figure on the Berkeley underground arts scene.
Mammaries, mass and municipal codes.
After a number of his friends were assaulted, the drummer/composer’s new show, No Means No, is designed to raise consciousness about sexual assault, as well as funds for San Francisco Women Against Rape.
Instead of empty lots, the land could include elongated greenspace, walking paths, dog parks, play areas and community gardens.
The result is Katherine Ellison’s ninth book, ‘Mothers and Murderers: A True Story of Love, Lies, Obsession…and Second Chances.’
Kick off 2020 with a surrealist portrait or nature journaling. You could also take in some cute animals, jazz and David Bowie, all this weekend.
Justin Jones, 22, has been navigating the streets and shelters of the East Bay since he was 18. But he is more than a statistic.
We absolutely could not do this without you.
Photographer Chris Polydoroff has been following — and documenting — a pack of five or six coyotes in Tilden Park.
The play focuses on a 1941 meeting between two internationally respected physicists, one Danish, one German, who were once colleagues but ended up on opposing sides in World War II.
The MacArthur Fellowship genius award winner’s latest play is a thoroughly captivating, charming and ultimately satisfying quirky comedy that ponders the Salem witch trials and much more.