Shotgun Players offers pay-what-you-can tickets to preview performances, including ‘The Triumph of Love’ this weekend.
A multilingual education at Berkeley’s Ecole Bilingue builds globally minded students
Student TED talks highlight the valuable ‘executive function’ skills to be gained from bilingual learning. EB admits non-French speakers to the International Track.
A community for moms, and moms for community
These Berkeley businesses enable moms to build community with each other and also shape community for their children.
Choose the best East Bay summer camp for your kids
Berkeleyside’s East Bay Summer Camp Guide is back to help your family find the best and safest local camp for your children.
Cambodian Rock Band grooves at Berkeley Rep
Genre-bending play with live music returns to its Addison Street birthplace, where Bay Area native Lauren Yee developed it during a summer residency.
BAMPFA presents five decades of work by Chicana artist Amalia Mesa-Bains
The Bay Area artist’s installations, shown in major museums, have taken home altars and roadside shrines in new directions.
‘Paradise Blue’ takes us to a Detroit jazz club in 1949 — with urban ‘renewal’ on the horizon
Aurora Theatre offers the second play in Dominique Morisseau’s trilogy — the first part, ‘Detroit ’67,’ ran in 2018.
BAMPFA presents the paintings of Frank Moore — a performance artist, poet and so much more
Opening Jan. 25, exhibition focuses on the lesser-known body of work by the Berkeley countercultural activist who was also a playwright, filmmaker and musician.
Teens flock back to Berkeley Rep, energizing the house
Student matinees and Teen Nights have brought an enthusiastic young audience to connect both with live theater, and with each other.
School camping trips: getting there is the lesson
The Montessori Family School teaches executive function, creative thinking, tenacity and collaboration with student-organized trips.
Freight & Salvage fetes Django Reinhardt’s birthday for three whirlwind days, Jan. 20-22
Eight stellar music groups, workshops for musicians and a documentary celebrate the jazz guitarist who founded the Hot Club de France Quintet in the 1930s.
Tony Award-winning ‘Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812’ extended at the Ashby Stage
Dave Malloy’s electropop opera is based on a sliver of Tolstoy’s ‘War and Peace.’