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Piyut for the Days of Awe

Sep 29, 2016 - Sep 29, 2016

This event occurs weekly, on Thursday.

Piyut for the Days of Awe with Jewlia Eisenberg Set your mind toward the New Year as we sing high holiday piyutim (devotional songs). The class will focus on piyutim based on medieval Spanish poetry, which is often erotic and gender non-compliant. While the sessions will include time with the texts, most of the time will be spent singing together (instrumentalists also welcome). This class is...

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Temescal Street Flicks

Sep 29, 2016 - Oct 13, 2016

This event occurs weekly, on Thursday.

Thursdays, Sept 15th to Oct 13th, 7:30pm start time Temescal Street Flicks, is an outdoor film series held every Thursday from mid-Sept through mid-Oct in Temescal at Kasper's Plaza (Telegraph and 46th) in Oakland, CA. Sponsored by the Temescal Telegraph BID in partnership with Off The Grid, Temescal Street Flicks will focus on showcasing local, independent and family-friendly films. The...

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This event occurs weekly, on Thursday and Saturday.

Want to shake up your movement practice? Bellydance is a fantastic place to start. This class will help you learn foundation movements that can be applied to all styles of belly dance. This class focuses on basic bellydance steps, muscular technique, isolations, and musicality. This class is a great low-impact workout that is also joyful movement. No dance experience required.   Classes...

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Our own Kay Taylor - teacher, intuitive, healer, astrologer - can now add published author to her list of accomplishments! Her first book, Soul Path Way: The Dance of Astrology, Intuition & Spiritual Awakening, is available now - in print, on-line, and at Innerstellar!Join us for a special celebration. This is a free event - everyone is welcome. Come see our beautiful studio. Delicious snacks &...

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Rosenblum Cellars is proud to welcome back _ Mads Tolling to Music on Last Friday.  Internationally renowned violinist and composer, Mads Tolling is a two-time Grammy Award-Winner. As a former nine year member of both Turtle Island Quartet and bassist Stanley Clarke’s band, Mads has spent most his professional life touring internationally. Mads has been a thriving force in the educational...

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For the opening concert in our 2016-2017 series (our 8th year) we are delighted to be able to present The ensemble Pluribus Fidibus, performing their acclaimed program "Diversimode Accordata: scordatura music of Heinrich Biber." Biber, one of the foremost violinists of his day, produced an extraordinary body of repertoire for scordatura violin (a violin with non-standard tuning) of unparalleled...

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Tracy Kidder, master of the nonfiction narrative and author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic The Soul of the New Machine and the bestselling Mountains Beyond Mountains, presents the inspiring story of Kayak.com founder Paul English, a kinetic, unconventional inventor and entrepreneur. With the power of a consummate storyteller, Tracy Kidder casts a fresh, critical and often humorous eye on...

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"COMEDY OAKLAND, voted ""Best Place for Comedy"" - 2016 East Bay Express Readers Poll, features up-and-coming comedians alongside industry pros. Our comedians have featured on TV, radio, comedy festivals, late night talk shows, won competitions, and have performed on every habitable continent! We are located inside Spice Monkey restaurant, upstairs. Free street parking is available after 6pm....

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Oakland Music Festival & Sick Sad World Presents: ~~ Egyptian Lover, LAKIM (Soulection) & Sick Sad World ~~ Kicking off the OMF 2016 week with old school vs. new school funky vibes from Los Angeles house & hip-hop pioneer Egyptian Lover (Stones Throw Records), producer LAKIM (Soulection), and Oakland’s own Sick Sad World for our Starline Social Club takeover. Purchase Tickets here:...

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The choreography of Mark Morris, the voices of Azerbaijan's Alim Qasimov and Fargana Qasimova, the music of The Silk Road Ensemble, and the art of British painter Howard Hodgkin combine to retell a timeless love story from 5th-century Arabia.  Friday, September 30–Saturday, October 1, 8:00 p.m. Sunday, October 2, 3:00 p.m. Tickets start at $36. Zellerbach Hall, 101 Zellerbach Hall #4800,...

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