parthvora_online

‘Black or pinto?’

I am now next in line and my heart is in my mouth. In the last 10 minutes I have scrutinized the menu multiple times, and I am still in doubt. My previous three meals have been in mid-air and the nearly 30-hour excursion from Delhi to Berkeley has left
Read More…

FullSizeRender (1)

How to celebrate Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

July 31, 2016, this Sunday, is a very important day. First of all, it’s Harry Potter’s 36th birthday. Second of all, it heralds the official opening and script release of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts I and II.” For those of you who don’t know, “Harry Potter and the
Read More…

Colette Uncensored 1_David Allen_Courtesy copy

‘Colette Uncensored’ explores passion at the Marsh

The Marsh’s production of “Colette Uncensored,” directed by David Ford, tells an insightful tale of a young woman’s venture for artistic awareness in the midst of political and social turmoil in the 19th century. Colette (Lorri Holt), a French writer who led a scandalous life while producing famed novels such
Read More…

London

London: not in the EU, but still worth visiting

With the Independence Day fervor dying down and a slow drawl in coverage on Brexit, some may say that England is losing relevance to us here in the USA. However, having just visited the land of amazing breakfast tea and literature, I can definitely vouch for the cultural, culinary and
Read More…

valentinesdaycard.clog.passot

Major-specific Valentine’s Day cards

Everyone knows Valentine’s Day is as full of stress as it is full of love. What are you supposed to get that special Berkeley babe that will show them you love and adore them? We at the Clog want Valentine’s Day to be nothing but a love fest, so give one
Read More…

Superheroes

‘Superheroes’ saved by unforgettable script, captivating performances

In Cutting Ball Theater’s “Superheroes,” director Sean San Jose illuminates the racial injustices within the drug cultures of Los Angeles and Oakland, California. Throughout the play, he and the cast of “Superheroes” carry an impeccable script while delivering an enthrallingly powerful production. “Superheroes” opens with a journalist, Aparecida (Delina Patrice
Read More…

dragonplay

Winged wanderlust takes flight in ‘The Dragon Play’

This is a play about dragon sex. And whatever you think that means, you’re wrong. “The Dragon Play,” a 70-minute drama in one act, tells the story of forbidden flames between humans and dragons. The play, directed by Tracy Ward and written by Jenny Connel Davis, is hosted by Impact
Read More…