The free-but-ticketed “celebration of extraordinary piano performances” runs from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.
‘About Endlessness’ is narrated by a nameless, omniscient goddess detailing some of the things she’s observed; in ‘The Fever,’ an unseen jungle creature stalks victims.
Writer Andrew Tonkovich describes how he and his family hung out with the former California poet laureate at Saul’s Deli and soaked in his tales and insights.
The six-part series is patterned after the 1990 musical adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s 1931 experimental novel, ‘The Waves.’
The Cal community and frontline workers can attend free preview days this Friday and Saturday.
The Tiny Towns concert series opens May 21 with a sold-out show by John Doe and special guest Jason White.
Legendary psychotherapist Dr. Irvin Yalom talks with Joyce Carol Oates at the upcoming Bay Area Book Festival about issues explored in his new memoir, “A Matter of Life and Death.”
Davey D will appear live May 2 in a free Bay Area Book Festival conversation with Jeff Chang about their co-authored YA version of Chang’s hip-hop classic, ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop.’
This week: Celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day with a week of fun activities about green living and more.
Young died at 81, two years after suffering a stroke.
Lisa Ramirez shines in this production that takes place in a parking lot in downtown Oakland. Yes, a parking lot! Or you can stream it.
This week, learn about police reform; buy plants from a garden club; read a novel about the 1906 quake; get to know flowers and their pollinator friends; or watch ‘The Waste Land.’
Aurora Theatre Company, Those Women Productions, Oakland Theatre Project and TheatreFirst are working hard to stimulate and educate us, despite the challenges of the pandemic.
Set in 1940 in Morrison’s hometown of Lorain, Ohio, the story revolves around Pecola Breedlove, a lonely 11-year-old-Black girl who is shamed by what she is told is her ugliness.