Berkeley’s own creative solo-performer, Josh Kornbluth, has a new and fascinating story to tell, live via Zoom. This engaging and…
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“Move,” a new, five-part documentary on Netflix which began streaming on October 23, offers portraits of a half-dozen working  dance…
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Philadelphia Orchestra maestro  Yannick Nézet-Séguin returned to the stage with the orchestra after six months, on the day it was…
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The documentary film, “Los Hermanos/The Brothers,” captures the personal and professional relationship of two Cuban-born brothers and award-winning musicians, Ilmar…
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This inspiring and long-overdue documentary explores a decisive era in recent American history: the youth-led nonviolent resistance to America’s participation…
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The rules of social engagement undergo a powerful rewrite when discourse between a white professor and a Black undergrad goes…
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Speaking truth to power takes on profound new meaning when the parties involved are abolitionist Frederick Douglass and President Abraham…
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Talented playwright Madhuri Shekar won the “2013-14 Kendeda Graduate Playwrighting Contest” for the engaging rom-com “In Love and Warcraft,” and…
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