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The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive’s latest exhibition, “New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century,” explores evolving notions of feminism and gender.
Playwright Dael Orlandersmith’s filmed one-person creation, “Stoop Stories,” is now streaming via the Aurora Theatre through Oct. 2.
The San Francisco Short Film Festival will be held from Sept. 17-26, with selected films also screening in person this weekend at San Francisco’s Roxie Theater.
The food-focused fall festival is back after a pandemic-lost year.
In his first Bay Area appearance in several years, Bernard “Pretty” Purdie will perform Saturday night at the California Jazz Conservatory.
Newsom pulled to such a big early lead that the Associated Press, CNN, NBC and other networks declared within an hour of the polls closing Tuesday night that the recall had failed and Newsom had survived.
“The Winter’s Tale” is the California Shakespeare Theater’s first live, in-person performance since October 2019.
Avram Gur Arye makes his assemblages/dioramas/art in his studio apartment on Derby Street.
Returning to Freight & Salvage on Thursday Adrienne Shamszad will play the first public concert in the venerable venue’s delta-delayed reopening.
During the six-month “Jordan Fire Trail Improvement” project, the trail will be closed, except on Sundays, according to the university.
Buildings have burned and been crushed by snow but there has never been a threat as large as the Caldor Fire.
“The fire has crested over the hill and is coming down towards the camp,” the city’s parks director said Monday afternoon.