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The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

GRACEFUL SKYLINE  The architect Julia Morgan made a lasting impact on the skyline of Berkeley. Her graceful buildings include the landmarked City Club on Durant Avenue, St. John’s Presbyterian Church, an addition to the Town and Gown Club, and many more. Morgan’s work also deeply influenced other parts of California: among the 700 buildings she worked […]

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The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

SHOOT ‘EM UP   Shotgun Players have been bringing cutting-edge, gripping theater to Berkeley for 20 years and now, right in time for the election season, the group is putting on Assassins by Stephen Sondheim.  The musical showcases America’s nine presidential killers and explores their reasons for taking aim at the country’s elected leaders. “Their guns and […]

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The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

THROUGH A LENS, SHARPLY In the mid 1960s, in honor of the University of California’s centennial in 1968, President Clark Kerr hired the renowned photographer, Ansel Adams, to take photos of the system. Adams trekked throughout the university’s far-flung campuses to shoot a series of photos documenting its students, professors, labs, and buildings. The images were […]

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The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

The author and photographer of “Ripe”will be at Mrs Dalloway’s bookstore Sunday as part of an Elmwood Happening EAT, DRINK, READ  In an impressive show of collaboration, three Elmwood merchants have joined forces to organize an “Elmwood happening” on Sunday Sept. 9th. “Moveable Feast” starts at Summer Kitchen Bake Shop at 4:00pm with a menu […]