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Bebop by Way of Analog

Jazz pianist Nick Culp takes a throwback approach and makes a record.

Binge-Watching TV Shows

Technology allows audiences to watch programs on the screens of their choice.

Saved From the Shredder

There’s beauty in the imperfection of Dog and Pig’s slab furniture.

Telling It Straight in Essays

Rebecca Solnit's new book of essays investigates the obstacles and opportunities for women and other marginalized people.

Art and Poetry Studied Together

"Slow Reading/Slow Seeing" runs through April 30 at the Berkeley Art Museum.

After a Grammy

Pacific Mambo Orchestra is ready for the next dance, but the economics are tough.

Big Bonnets and Bunnies

Easter celebrations abound.

Music, Basketball, and Symbiotic Relationships

Celtic sounds, Steph Curry analysis, and animal tales to entertain the masses.

Calling All Luddites

Tom Luddy is the most important Northern California film figure you’ve never heard of. And that’s just the way he likes it.

Nisei Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves

"Sisters Matsumoto," by Berkeley playwright Philip Kan Gotanda, shows through April 29 at the Lesher Center for the Arts.