The heavily annotated and picture-rich book incorporates previously unknown details about the architect’s private life, as well as her career.
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Part 2: Your favorite places, inspired by Berkeley Rep’s Place/Settings
They include the once bustling scene on Telegraph Avenue, a sign in a pool hall, Totland, Berkeley Iceland, Lake Anza and, of course, the Codornices slide.
Review: Berkeley Playhouse’s ‘Spelling Bee’ is a winner
Logainne Schwartzandgrubenniere (Chloe Condon), introduces herself to Leaf Coneybear (Max Thorne) in Berkeley Playhouse’s production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, directed by Kimberly Dooley. Photo: Ken Levin By Ross Stapleton-Gray If you only see one musical this year… you don’t go to enough musicals, my friend. But you’re in luck: Berkeley Playhouse has […]
Tango with a Z: Playing the seductive dance in Berkeley
Orquesta Z: playing Ashkenaz on Thursday at St. Clement’s Episcopal Church on Sunday afternoon. Left to right: violin: Jim Shallenberger, double bass: Sandy Schniewind, violin: Carol Braves, piano/’ukelele: Barbie Wong, director/vocals/guitar/bandoneon: Bendrew Jong Orquesta Z: playing Ashkenaz on Thursday at St. Clement’s Episcopal Church on Sunday afternoon. Left to right: violin: Jim Shallenberger, double bass: […]
The Oaks Theatre may be reborn as performance space
A task force is hoping to re-open the Oaks Theatre, at 1875 Solano Ave. into a multi-use arts space. Photo: Jane Tierney By Eli Wolfe The Oaks Theatre on Solano Avenue may be getting another lease at life. City Councilman Laurie Capitelli and the Youth Musical Theater Company are launching a task force to transform the theater […]