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Saturday, April 1, 2023

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Lou Fancher


34th annual Bioneers conference will tap young and old for big answers

Structural "othering" and the intelligence of animals take the fore at Berkeley thinker's ball.

William Kentridge examined our elusive yet definite mortality in “SIBYL”

Film-opera program's astonishing collage culminated in story of titular, ancient Cumaaean prophetess

Legion of Honor showcases the rumble and roar of an unstoppable painter

John Singer Sargent's Spanish works may hail from a certain time and place, but his dedication was timeless.

Civil Rights leader Ben Jealous on new book: ‘The insanity of racism diminishes all’

In 'Never Forget Our People Were Always Free: A Parable of American Healing,' the former NAACP head gets personal

‘Out of a dream’: Cat Brooks was guided by Natasha McKenna to tell slain woman’s story

Playwright-activist's poetic ''Tasha' is a powerful, shocking biographical work at 3Girls Theatre’s New Works Festival.

Shifting gender: Kitka gives voice to a Balkan ‘sworn virgin’

The womens' vocal ensemble uses innovative techniques to tell a unique tale of ancient Eastern European social codes.

Yo-Yo Ma’s trio sparkles, romps—and illuminates Beethoven’s sublime

Addition of violinist Leonidas Kavakos to Ma's collab with pianist Emmanuel Ax ignites new flame in the all-stars.

From whence comes wonder? Dacher Keltner and Michael Pollan opine on ‘Awe’

Keltner's new book examines the often-surprising sources of self-dissolving moments.

Heed the circle: Cécile McLorin Salvant weaves spells from Kate Bush, Voudou fables, blues magic

Latest album 'Ghost Songs' delves deep into the lauded Miami singer's personal side, stretching jazz into other realms

11+ books that stuck with us in 2022 (and a good part come from the East Bay)

Leila Mottley, Hua Hsu, Ibram X. Kendi, Ericka Huggins, even an appearance by Barack Obama on this year's list