In the current climate, the need for the conversations and debates that took place at the 2017 Uncharted Ideas Festival in Berkeley seemed particularly acute.
Republican political strategist and #NeverTrumper Rick Wilson and I disagree on most things politically, but I am looking forward to hearing him at Uncharted, and I have questions.
Here’s what to look forward to at Berkeleyside’s fifth annual Uncharted festival — from speakers through comedy, music, good coffee and, of course, a party.
Berkeleyside’s fifth Uncharted Festival aims to cut through the daily noise to focus on ideas that matter — as well as music, comedy, dance and parties!
Tonight’s show features Ruth Whippman, author of America the Anxious, and Scott Budnick, founder of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, a support network for the formerly incarcerated.
Unscripted, unpredictable, Uncharted: Dig into the program of Berkeleyside’s fifth Uncharted Festival on Oct. 27-28 in downtown Berkeley.
The full festival program is now published, and today, Sept. 6, at midnight, is the last opportunity to get early-bird tickets.
Unscripted, unpredictable, Uncharted: See who’s coming to Berkeleyside’s fifth Uncharted Festival on Oct. 27-28 in downtown Berkeley.
Check out the podcast of Berkeley writer Ruth Whippman talking to radio host Lauren Schiller about the secret to happiness.
Race, and racism, played central roles in the election of our next President. In a special Uncharted Festival event, two experts provided insight into how, why and what now?
Quentin Hardy, deputy technology editor of The New York Times, said, “Uncharted is our humble attempt to make America smart again.” It was a joke, but it resonated throughout the two-day festival.