Bruce LaBruce Returns with 'The Misandrists' Movie Review

Bruce LaBruce Returns with 'The Misandrists'

If you have the stomach for it, the rebellious squalor is liberating.

News & Opinion

News Alameda County Leads Region in Civil Rights Payouts

Alameda County Leads Region in Civil Rights Payouts

There have been $15.5 million in civil rights settlements and judgments involving the sheriff's office over the last three years.

News The 'Real Alamedans'

The 'Real Alamedans'

A group of Alameda residents met in June to discuss forming a PAC to combat union and developer influence in city politics. But a sexist comment is drawing criticism.

Eco Watch Bicycle Path for Richmond-San Rafael Bridge May Be Used for Cars

Bicycle Path for Richmond-San Rafael Bridge May Be Used for Cars

Bicycle advocates say a proposal to use the planned bikeway on the bridge for vehicle traffic during commute times would hurt access for Richmond residents.

Arts & Culture

Arts Feature The Richmond Museum of History Grows to New Heights Under Executive Director Melinda McCrary

The Richmond Museum of History Grows to New Heights Under Executive Director Melinda McCrary

McCrary works to inspire civic pride and cultivate a stronger connection with the Richmond community.

Arts Feature Photographer Stephen Loewinsohn Captures Oakland from Above

Photographer Stephen Loewinsohn Captures Oakland from Above

Using a drone, the man behind the @peoplelooklikeants Instagram account shoots places ordinarily impossible to reach.

Savage Love
Savage Love: Lopsiders

Savage Love: Lopsiders

Is it possible to fall in love differently with men and women?

Food & Drink

Restaurant Review At Mister Bolenca, the Art of the Asian-Inspired Sandwich

At Mister Bolenca, the Art of the Asian-Inspired Sandwich

The West Berkeley pop-up stuffs Asian and Latin flavors into French bread.

Restaurant Review Imperial Soup Specializes in Food as Medicine

Imperial Soup Specializes in Food as Medicine

The Oakland Chinatown restaurant serves traditional double-boiled soups and steamed dishes.

Music

Music At Smythe's Accordion Center, the Squeezebox Business Booms

At Smythe's Accordion Center, the Squeezebox Business Booms

Smythe's has weathered recession, online competition, and a perception of accordions as coarse-sounding period props. Now it's the only public accordion center in the Bay Area.

Music Tony! Toni! Toné! Celebrates Three Decades in Music

Tony! Toni! Toné! Celebrates Three Decades in Music

Ahead of a performance at Taste of Oakland, founder D'Wayne Wiggins opens up about the group's legacy, current projects, and mentoring young musicians.

Upcoming Events

<i>Face to Face: Looking at Objects that Look at You</i> @ Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology

Face-to-Face: Looking at Objects That Look at You @ Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology

The Hearst staff and 14 UC Berkeley first-year students have co-curated a...
<i>Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes</i> @ Roda Theatre

Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes @ Roda Theatre

Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning masterpiece finally arrives at Berkeley...
<i>Dry Powder</i> @ Aurora Theatre

Dry Powder @ Aurora Theatre

A razor-sharp and whip-smart comedy that skewers the world of high finance....

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