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Live music every night starting around 8 p.m. (Sunday starting at 4 p.m.). Mostly local musicians, from blues to surf to acoustic to bluegrass to eighteen-piece bands. Open-mic night every Monday. No cover. Beer and wine with twelve drafts; local beers and imported; extensive Belgium bottled beer selection. An upscale kitchen serves California lunch and appetizers.

The Historic BAL Theatre is the East Bay’s home for family entertainment, special events, live music, comedy, magic, documentaries, lectures, sci-fi & horror films, foreign films, independent films, Spanish, classic films, and more.

The gallery, part of the Adobe Art Center complex, is run by the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District.

This 35-year old, 480 seat theater hosts everything from jazz, to symphonies, to plays and musical theater.

A 16-screen Cinemark theater in the heart of San Leandro.

Along with displaying various pieces of art, this gallery hosts a museum studies class for Chabot College students.

A gallery located inside Hayward City Hall.

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