Get a behind the scenes look at BareStage Productions latest play, Dog Sees God!
Get to know Areyon Jolivette, the arts and entertainment columnist for Spring 2019, with a one-on-one interview!
And the award goes to… Anagha, Maisey and Jackson! Listen as this trifecta from the Daily Cal’s arts and entertainment department talk predictions, hopes and critiques surrounding the 2019 Oscars award show.
Kuchar is a musician, an educator, a performer and a member of the Jewish community — a background shared with Troye Sivan. “He’s another Jewish kid from Australia, and he has a lot of ties particularly to the Jewish community that I grew up in,” Kuchar says.
Arts and Entertainment Editor Olivia Jerram talks why you should join the Daily Californian’s Arts & Entertainment department!
For the Summer’s last Fashion Friday, we asked Cal students how they were suiting up for the start of the Fall semester.
In these lecture halls, we often run into similar types of people. Here’s a rundown on the types of people you’ll encounter during lecture.
Calling all artists: until the end of the month, the city of Berkeley is looking for a sculpture to be featured as part of the renovated Downtown BART plaza. The open call is for an already-made sculpture to be featured in the plaza.
Confession: I am a try-hard. I’m not a very good try-hard. I’m definitely not engaging with a particular image or entering a particular scene successfully. Still, I try really hard, and it shows. Urban Dictionary defines the try-hard as “a person who puts a large amount of effort into achieving
Youth Spirits Artwork Executive Director, Sally Hindman, discusses problems within the South Berkeley community and how YSA attempts to tackle these issues via youth job training. Contact Benjamin Vu at [email protected]