World premiere of King of Cuba, world music at Starry Plough, and world's tennis players at BTC, as well as funky guitar and nature-inspired woodcuts this weekend.
The World Cup final downtown, Blind Boys of Alabama celebrating 70 years of gospel, string players galore, honky-tonk, and you can seek out a digital detox this weekend.
Free outdoor Hamlet and The Red Shoes, caustic comedy, death metal and, more sedately, a sick plant clinic this weekend.
A contact improvisation jam, a Michelangelo Antonioni retrospective and music from the Mission District — all this and more on offer for a fun Berkeley weekend.
Rising Stars from BOSS, a rare Mendelssohn oratorio, KidChella, singer/songwriter Shawn Colvin and ham radio, all this weekend.
Music for Father's Day, lessons against hate, musical frontiers from the Ojai Festival, and free museum membership, all this weekend.
This weekend, see a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, take bets at the horse races, and watch teenage change makers pitch their world-saving ideas.
Whew, there's a lot to do this weekend: stroll the streets, take your dog to a craft beer fest, revel in early and world music, and support refugees through art
You'll be spoiled for music choices this weekend, with blues, contemporary and swing all on offer. Or you could smell the roses (with jazz accompaniment).
A new play at Shotgun, launch of a community seed bank, big band jazz, a free open house at the Lawrence Hall of Science, and more this weekend.
Whether you're into hip hop or folk, there's live music for you this weekend. Or spend a productive Saturday at the Repair Cafe.
The Bay Area Book Fair and independent bookstores galore appeal to the literati, plus Maori culture, a Vogue Ball, and track and field, all on your doorstep.
Star Wars fanfares, nature films, satirical songs, '60s rock and redwood trees, all in one weekend