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Arts & Culture

Move in the Works for the Sound Room

Popular listening space the Sound Room will be ensconced in the old Roger’s Auto Works building.
January 17, 2020

MLK Events

Concerts, museums, and talks recall the civil rights leader’s works.
January 17, 2020

Gillian Olivia Blythe Hamel Thinks of Poetry as Nourishment

The Oakland poet, editor, and publisher views publishing poetry as a community service.
January 14, 2020

D&D Is Back With a Vengeance

Dungeons & Dragons is suddenly popular again, and the theories abound about why.
January 14, 2020

Remember Fellini at 100

A BAMPFA retrospective, Federico Fellini at 100, begins with the artist's solo directorial debut and runs through May and includes the Italian writer-director’s early movies.
January 13, 2020

Praise for Meng Jin’s Debut Novel

The books lays the foundation for a sweeping investigation of history, politics, class, physics, time, memory, dreams, ghosts, and parent-child relationships.
January 13, 2020

Gritty City Takes on Police Violence

An Oakland theatrical training program for youth of color, Gritty City Repertory Youth Theatre continues its take on thorny subject with ‘Black Salt.’
January 13, 2020

Sylvia Fein Displays Persistence of Vision

The Berkeley Art Museum hosts an exhibition by East Bay painter Sylvia Fein, who just celebrated her 100th birthday and is the Last Surviving Surrealist.
January 8, 2020

Filmmaker Liz Sher Profiles Alameda’s Weezie Mott

Known as the Julia Child of Alameda, Weezie Mott proves an interesting subject for filmmaker Liz Sher’s documentary: Weezie Mott: Still Cookin’.
January 7, 2020

Fatha Hines’ Final Resting Place

Pay your respects to the world’s greatest piano player at Evergreen Cemetery.
January 7, 2020
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