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Bastille Plays the Greek

The band is touring to promote its third album.
October 08, 2019

Berkeley Rep’s Johanna Pfaelzer Does It Her Way

The new artistic director of Berkeley Rep brings a commitment to new work and a diversity of voices and cultural experiences.
October 03, 2019

Dohee Lee Brings an Art Installation to Peralta Hacienda Park

Korean-born Dohee Lee, the highly trained dancer and musician steeped in Korean Shamanism, oversees the music, dance, storytelling, food, movement, art, and local performance ensembles in the park.
October 02, 2019

Brower Center Hosts Joel Satore’s ‘Photo Ark’

The National Geographic photographer is documenting every species of animal living in the world’s zoos and animal sanctuaries. The Brower center is honoring him for his work with a multi-month exhibition, Art/Act: Award – Photo Ark, Joel Sartore.
October 01, 2019

Drunken Film Festival Brings Film to Odd Places

The Drunken crew shows films in casual and colorful climes — bars, mostly, and other unusual venues.
October 01, 2019

Oakland Symphony’s New Season Offers Abundant Surprises

The orchestra promises to invigorate the classics with some unpredictability.
September 25, 2019

Writer Elaine Beal Connects With Place

The Oakland author plumbs her past and present surroundings to fuel her fiction and nonfiction.
September 24, 2019

Five Days of Old Time Music

Fiddles, banjos, and other stringed instruments are the thing at this year’s Berkeley Old Time Music Convention.
September 16, 2019

Lorri Holt Revives Her One-Woman Show on Sylvia Plath

The longtime actor and Berkeley resident turns on a dime in Who Killed Sylvia Plath, her 70-minute show at The Marsh in Berkeley.
September 12, 2019

Brian Wilson Teams Up With The Zombies

Surf sounds and pop tunes from the 1960s come to the Fox Theater via Brian Wilson and The Zombies.
September 10, 2019