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Arts & Culture

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Brings Two Programs to Cal Performances

What different about this dance company is that that it commissions new work and welcome existing choreographies.
January 18, 2019

Cal Professor Tom McEnaney Explores the Bias of Speech

In his class Sounding American, his students put the sound of speaking in the racial crosshairs.
January 16, 2019

Two Michael Glawogger Films Screen at BAMPFA

Glawogger’s most ambitious epics, ‘Megacities’ (1998) and ‘Workingman’s Death’ (2005), demand and deserve to be seen on the big screen, and BAMPFA fills the bill this month.
January 16, 2019

Art Connects Cuisine and Culture at Dyafa

Reem Assil invites artist Chris Gazaleh to celebrate food and heritage on canvas at her restaurant Dyafa.
January 15, 2019

Michael Lewis Takes on the Trump Administration

Readers will be horrified about how inept the president’s appointments to major agencies have been.
January 15, 2019

Celebrating the History of Contra Costa County’s Jewish Community

‘Pioneers to the Present’ exhibition shares unique stories and hosts special events.
January 14, 2019

Local Dates for Toro Y Moi

Bay Area fans who love Chaz Bear, aka Toro Y Moi, can catch him at three dates in January.
January 11, 2019

Pro Arts Hosts Program to Uplift Sexual Assault Survivors

Choreographies of Disclosure seeks to empower queer and trans people who have experienced sexual violence.
January 11, 2019

New Releases From Mike Bond, Kathy Wang, and Kathy Kallick

Bond tries poetry, Wang debuts a novel, and Kallick sings bluegrass.
January 10, 2019

Octavio Solis Recalls Life Along the Border in 50 Short Stories

The prominent Latino playwright catalogues growing up conflicted in his debut memoir.
January 8, 2019
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