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The Return of Rob Schneiderman

Schneiderman fell in love with mathematics between gigs with legendary improvisers such as trumpeter Chet Baker, trombonist J.J. Johnson, and saxophonist James Moody.
June 25, 2018

What Would Walt Eat?

A new book points out his love for hotdogs, chili, and the mundane.
June 19, 2018

Valerie Troutt Has Many Sides

Troutt sees her music as a vehicle for communal celebration and spiritual sustenance more than a forum for personal charisma.
June 18, 2018

Test Your Limits at the Alameda County Fair

Fair food, thrill rides, and concerts with LeAnn Rimes and Smash Mouth are highlights this year.
June 13, 2018

A Brave New Quixote

Quixote Nuevo runs June 13-July 1.
June 12, 2018

Surrealism Frees Her Soul

Natalie Peisl paints the meanderings of her mind.
June 12, 2018

New Guidebook Series Makes the Pacific Coat Trail More Accessible

A new four-volume set on the PCT from Mountaineer Press appeals to all hikers, not just those wanting to hike through from Mexico to Canada.
June 12, 2018

Alameda Makes Its First Public Art Fund Distributions

The West End Arts and Entertainment District, Rhythmix Cultural Works, and Sacred & Profane are the recipients of $67,500 in cultural arts grants.
June 11, 2018

The Berkeley Bowl Inspires a Cookbook

Oakland registered dietician Laura McLively pulls together recipes from the staples and oddities of the iconic market.
June 07, 2018

Meet One of the Country’s Oldest Filipino-American Social Societies

Formed in Alameda in 1936, Bohol Circle hopes to cement its legacy in the city with a park.
June 06, 2018