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Big Screen Dreams in Albany

March 13, 2019

Summer Cooking Camps for East Bay Kids

At East Bay summer camps, today’s East Bay wannabe chefs learn dishes way beyond PB&J or chocolate chip cookies.
March 11, 2019

Auro’s ‘Actually’ Explores Sexual Misconduct

Making its Bay Area premiere on Aurora Theatre Company’s second stage, Anna Ziegler’s drama Actually promises to be a much more nuanced and thorny examination of the gray areas of sexual misconduct.
March 8, 2019

Tomorrow Youth Repertory Teaches Life Skills Lessons

At Tomorrow Youth Repertory, an Alameda theater camp with challenging productions, kids learn empathy and teamwork along with acting, singing, and dancing. Sometimes mishaps occur, but that’s OK.
March 7, 2019

Summer Camps Let Kids Take Risks

Avid4 Adventure and other camps like it teach kids lessons in judgment and problem solving with action-packed activities.
March 6, 2019

Neocles Serafimidis and Leah Virsik Exhibit at Mercury Twenty

Two artists at Mercury Twenty, Neocles Serafimidis and Leah Virsik, create photographs and textiles, respectively, that engage with and transform reality.
March 5, 2019

Camp Tawonga Among First to Offer Gender-Fluid Cabins

Parents and campers like Camp Tawonga’s decision to add cabins for gender-expansive campers at its final summer session.
March 4, 2019

The Kilduff File: Sam Green Pioneers the Live Documentary

The Cal journalism school grad is turning documentary filmmaking on its head.
February 26, 2019

Bedford’s ‘Altered States’ Show Uses Nature as a Muse

Nine California artists collaborate for an exhibition that incorporates materials as diverse as smog, bleach, and stones to explore how nature affects them.
February 26, 2019