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Weird Al Yankovic Brings His Strings Attached Tour to The Greek

This tour promises a return to classic Yankovic form — the biggest, most overblown, gimmick-heavy outing yet … complete with full orchestra.
August 06, 2019

Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir Doc at The New Parkway

Called ‘One Voice: The Story of the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir,’ the film is more ambitious than a typical concert film or behind-the-scenes tour.
August 05, 2019

Celebrate the Visual Arts at the Fremont Festival of the Arts

Organizers say it’s better and bigger than ever this year with more than 500 artisans and artists.
August 01, 2019

Opera With a West Edge Opera Twist

From Brecht to Ovid to Lars von Trier, West Edge Opera breaks new ground with its summer season.
August 01, 2019

Gary-Paul Barbosa Prince Raises Awareness Through Art

The Oakland artist seeks to produce art that raises awareness and advances critical thinking.
August 01, 2019

Sonny Smith’s Festival Promotes Young Bands

His Orinda Rocks in Your Head Festival is named for his new record label through which Smith plans to promote up-and-coming bands.
July 26, 2019

Liam O’Donoghue Shares Tales of the Long Lost East Bay

He recounts East Bay lore in his podcast ‘East Bay Yesterday.’
July 26, 2019

See Turf Dance Battles and Dance-a-Vision at Art + Soul

The two-day art, music, and dance festival is all Oakland.
July 25, 2019

Marco Diaz Steps Forward

With his multi-instrumental prowess the San Francisco-born musician is often referred to as a double threat, but that’s selling him short. He’s also an arranger, composer, and now he’s a recording leader, too.
July 25, 2019

Kite Festival Celebrates All Things Kites

The annual celebration in Berkeley is a family-friendly kite-oriented event geared toward newbies and pros.
July 25, 2019