MEMORABLE CONVERSATIONS Sedge Thomson is Berkeley’s own
STREET THEATER, OCCUPY-STYLE It’s no surprise that the Occupy movement pops up in the
A BIT OF CUBA IN BERKELEY The Firehouse Art Collective has teamed up with The Murealeando Project to present a collaboration between Cuban and American artists, each of whom was asked to create art in response to a photo of Havana street art. “In this world of strife between two neighboring countries, this is an unusual and much-needed collaboration between artists and citizens of Cuba and America.” The exhibit is at Philz Coffee at 1600 Shattuck Avenue until September 30.
Don’t forget the Summer Cinema Center Street series which kicks off on Saturday August 4.
Also, check out the newly launched Berkeleyside Radio, which presents music from many bands that will be playing around town in the next two weeks. You can stream it, too. Produced by Deli Radio.
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