Oct. 4 virtual mini-fest on Supreme Court, nonviolence, race, polarization.
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.
Bruce Dern and Lena Olin give terrific performances in a film about decline and dementia; while ‘Native Sun, long unseen, is now restored and available to stream.
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.
Working with the Berkeley Path Wanderers Association, five artists have created a delightful public art installation.
A movie about bridge construction could be as interesting as watching paint dry. In the case of ‘Suspension,’ it’s not. Plus: Catch up on PFA’s 21st-century Romanian cinema.
‘Mr. Soul’ tells the story of Ellis Haizlip, a New York City-based dance producer and stage manager who hosted the extraordinary TV series ‘Soul!’ between 1968 and 1973.
We’re keeping track of forums featuring candidates and issues on the Nov. 3 ballot. Tell us about any that we’ve missed.
Seven years after Berkeleyans rallied to prevent the sale of the downtown post office, another Save the Post Office protest took place at 2000 Allston Way to save not just the building, but the U.S. postal system itself.
Although the pandemic has brought many cultural events to a grinding halt, the arts in Berkeley are not kaput. The city is moving forward with plans for new public art. Here’s what to look forward to in coming months.
The news that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died due to complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer left the nation reeling Friday. Last October, she spoke at Berkeley Law. Watch a recording of the event here.
With serendipitous timing, ideally suited to a pandemic, OMCA has just opened the Dorothea Lange Digital Archive, a free, online experience showcasing the work of the world-renowned documentary photographer.