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Arts & Culture

Storytelling for Everyone

In year two, the Simpson Family Literary Project spreads the power of fiction.
September 17, 2018

Chase Jackson Bring Ambitious Jazz to Piedmont Piano

The vibraphonist and Berkeley High grad has been studying composition and making his way in LA.
September 14, 2018

BAMPFA Restrospective on Luchino Visconti Captues His Grit and Grandeur

The films of one of the most influential directors of the second half of the 20th century runs September through November in Berkeley.
September 14, 2018

The Book of J Offers Radical Religion for Modern Times

With a new album out, the duo is promoting a repertoire that combines American folk with Yiddish and Hebrew songs, all expressing the unifying themes of love, struggle, and spirituality.
September 13, 2018

Aggregate Space Gallery Scores Major Funding

Co-founded by Conrad and Willis Meyers, the gallery will be able to do more for emerging and underserved artists in the 2018-20 seasons.
September 10, 2018

Roxanne Gay Shares Complex Ideas

The acclaimed writer, professor, and editor, one of the greatest cultural critics of our times, talks identity and privilege at BAMPFA.
September 07, 2018

Vessel Gallery Envisions the Future

Utopia and other regional events take on climate change.
September 07, 2018

See a Sequel to Ibsen’s Iconic Play

Lucas Hnath offers an update on Nora Helmer at the Berkeley Rep.
September 06, 2018

Radical Feminist Reads by Kate Schatz and Rebecca Solnit

Schatz’s Rad Girls Can, with Miriam Klein Stahl illustrating, and Solnit's Call Them by Their True Names urge all to get up and get out the vote.
September 04, 2018

Unsettling Times

Protest songs, identity questions, and economic disparity surface in this month’s music and books.
August 30, 2018

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