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New East Bay Nonfiction and Music

One book upends fires and one rethinks democracy while a new CD puts a kink in common sense.
February 27, 2020

Grifters, Pioneers, and Rowers

A little noir in Berkeley, tunes from Oakland, and mostly water sports in SF.
January 23, 2020

An Old Show Biz Story

The return of The Rubinoos, the rebirth of Earth Quake, and the legacy of Beserkley Records.
January 22, 2020

The Infinite Possibilities of Marta Sánchez

Spanish pianist/composer Marta Sánchez exemplifies the freedom available for jazz composers eager to hone a personal sound.
January 21, 2020

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

Fatha Hines’ Final Resting Place

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

Monica Pasqual Shines a Light on the Darkness

The singer, songwriter, and keyboard player has a new solo album prompted by the darkness of Donald Trump.
December 20, 2019

Brothers Comatose Headline Comatopia by the Bay

The mini festival brought to you by the San Francisco bluegrass ensemble Brothers Comatose moves to Berkeley this year for a special holiday party.
December 11, 2019

Kiran Ahluwalia Appears at The Freight

The two-time Juno Award-winner recently has absorbed a fascinating array of influences, from Portuguese fado and Celtic cadences to the sinewy Saharan blues of Mali’s Tinariwen.
December 9, 2019

Catch Fantasia at the Paramount

This tour shows a more experimental side of the popular singer, with her breaking out of the R&B chrysalis with a blend of hard rock and melodious soul.
December 3, 2019