You can have the summer you’ve been dreaming of; you just have to make some adjustments.
‘Miss Juneteenth,’ a compelling tale of multi-generational family conflict, is a perfect companion piece to ‘The Last Tree.’ Also: kitty antics for cat people.
A march organized by Berkeley High students began at Ashby BART and ended at Codornices Park.
Shayla Avery, 16, Ultraviolet Schneider-Dwyer, 17, and Hadassah Zenor-Davis, 16 — all new to organizing —orchestrated one of the largest protests in the city so far.
We spoke with Berkeley’s three largest, full-season theaters to find out how they are continuing to connect with their audiences and what their plans are for an altered future.
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.
The festival, which celebrates the abolition of slavery in the United States, was slated to happen Sunday but instead will go online this year.
If you’ve ever been mesmerized by the atrocious piece of cinematic swill that is ‘Showgirls,’ you really do need to see ‘You Don’t Nomi.’
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.
An intelligently written and heartwarming comedy-drama starring Bill Nighy. Also recommended: two great films available for free.
A lively rally that saw protesters march from San Pablo Park to Berkeley High was described as peaceful and “awesome.”
With bookstores closed, authors are holding numerous Zoom meetings, writing essays and articles, and getting the word out through Lockdown Literature.