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Last Chance for Ain’t Too Proud

The Berkeley Rep’s box office blockbuster tracing the history of The Temptations runs through Nov. 5.

Making a Case That Poetry Is for Everyone, Not Just the Elite

Exploring Her Past

Halloween Happenings

Run and hike in honor of spooky stuff.

Friends From the South

Catina DeLuna and Otmaro Ruiz play Oct. 15 at Piedmont Piano.

Story Elements that Echo After You Turn the Final Page

Yaa Gyasi’s latest, "Homegoing," is certain to be on someone’s read-it list. It’s on ours.

The Mad Potter, aka Dr. George Gladstone, Talks Funk Art, Big Foot, and Paul Kilduff for President

Clayton Bailey, in other words, lets it go.

Smuin Ballet's Season Opener Accurately Reflects the Company’s Adventurous Ambitions

A world premier by Garrett Ammon at the Lesher Center ushers in a new era.

Wes and Jess Warren Are a Dynamic Painting Duo

Since their arrival in 2012, the couple has embraced the Alameda art scene by winning awards and opening a gallery.

This New Play Is Intensely Uncomfortable, But Also Necessary

Theatre Aluminous gives "White Guy on the Bus" its West Coast premiere at the Flight Deck.