After being closed for over six months due to COVID-19, playgrounds have reopened today.
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.
Masks may be the only constant from past years for fall celebrations upended by COVID-19.
Shucking off those U.S. government chains and trying to create the perfect nation; and a reminder of a time when our ‘liberal’ state embraced the politics of the reactionary right.
The Berkeley theatre group, known for its creativity and progressive philosophy, has crafted a virtual season consisting of six world premiere plays and visual essays.
Update: District extends closure of 11 East Bay parks to Wednesday at 8 a.m. as forecast shows continuing high winds and therefore a high fire risk.
The Juilliard-trained flutist makes her virtual Berkeley debut on Oct. 14 as a headliner in Cal Performances pandemic-accommodating At Home series.
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.
This year’s festival (running Oct. 8-18) is making the vast majority of its high-quality programming available for streaming.
Shuman spent the decade from 1960-1970 documenting New York City’s cultural ferment, and photographed Odetta, Nina Simone and the Beatles, among others.
Crowds often gather in the popular turnouts and some people are setting off firecrackers.
Help a high school scholar go to college; learn to cook pizza, listen to a string quartet play Beethoven, and other events.