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Roxanne Gay Shares Complex Ideas

The acclaimed writer, professor, and editor, one of the greatest cultural critics of our times, talks identity and privilege at BAMPFA.
September 7, 2018

CoRo Coffee Room Redefines Locally Roasted and Fresh

Bay Area Co-Roasters four production roasters, a cupping room, and two processing spaces in which coffee can be weighed, bagged, and sealed, and its cafe opened in July.
September 7, 2018

Vessel Gallery Envisions the Future

Utopia and other regional events take on climate change.
September 7, 2018

Spreading a Message of Hope to End Suicide

Nancy Salamy is trying to end suicide one call, text, and program at a time.
September 6, 2018

See a Sequel to Ibsen’s Iconic Play

Lucas Hnath offers an update on Nora Helmer at the Berkeley Rep.
September 6, 2018

Explaining Construction in the Produce Market and Waterfront Warehouse Districts

It’s sort of a mess there with major PG&E and other construction projects temporarily upending the neighborhoods.
September 5, 2018

FEMA Finalizes Flood Zone Map in Alameda

Meanwhile, getting insurance, curbing greenhouse emissions, and shoring up vulnerable infrastructure are becoming matters of social justice.
September 5, 2018

The Berkeley Schools Labor Caucus Is Another Voice for Teachers

The group formed several years ago in order to pressure the teachers’ union to take a tougher stance on protecting workers’ rights. Now, in light of a recent Supreme Court decision, they’re finally feeling more emboldened.
September 5, 2018

O’Dowd Drama Head Raises the Standard for High School Acting

With Dennis Kohles calling the shots for the Bishop O’Dowd High School drama department, amateur high school actors learn what it takes to become pros.
September 4, 2018

Radical Feminist Reads by Kate Schatz and Rebecca Solnit

Schatz’s Rad Girls Can, with Miriam Klein Stahl illustrating, and Solnit's Call Them by Their True Names urge all to get up and get out the vote.
September 4, 2018