As the neighborhood braces for major development, musicians and other locals want to honor the cultural legacy of 7th Street jazz and blues.
The local musician, songwriter, and nightlife fixture is remembered for his flamboyance, swagger, and churlish charm.
Through researching her master's thesis on Italian electronic music theorist Enore Zaffiri, the Mills graduate uncovered a remote historic narrative that curiously paralleled her own development as a sound artist.
In an attempt to stay afloat, Lost Weekend Video has given half its space to 1-2-3-4 Go! Records for its new San Francisco expansion.
Nick O'Rooney and Ian O'Connor are evangelists of pizza and punk.
The North Carolina native helms a series at Studio Grand and contributes to Tompkins Square compilations.
New development means more wreckage and uncertainty for the blighted Berkeley district.
The Oakland-based performance group combines experimental compositions and physical movement in live shows and films dedicated to innovative storytelling.
Over the weekend, experimentalist Tarek Atoui bore into listeners' skulls at Meyer Sound.
Impeccably serious at the Golden Bull.
Berkeley officials and arts enthusiasts say that the UC Theatre will be a job creator, district stimulant, and flagship city venue.
The Jack London district nightclub known until recently as Riddim is at the center of a dispute between former friends and in-laws.
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Gotta love Ronnie Stewart--super guy worth supporting.
It was great seeing Bill Collins play those songs at the memorial. Truly touching.
I love you heiko!!!!!