This is our first giveaway with the new UC Theater in Downtown Berkeley! And what better way to kick off our new crowning relationship than with a giveaway for M. Ward himself? M. Ward returns with a stunning new album, More Rain, for release on Merge Records on March 4, 2016.
Depending on who you’re talking to, independent music venues can be seen as a hostile environment where carefree attitudes can often overstep boundaries and find themselves in dangerous situations, or they can be seen as incubators for artists. And not just musicians, but also for visual artists that often take
It’s true that consumers must make informed decisions about their food intake. I mean hey, it’s your health. But it’s also true that foods in the USA aren’t as well-regulated as we expect and even though we know in theory that big portions aren’t good for us, that too much salt
Sweet madre hey-sus, I love me some Zach Condon. Beirut’s music merges a variety of genres with a Balkan beat underlining. Their energetic performances have got everybody talking all across the globe, most noticeably from their appearance on the BBC program, later with Jools Holland in 2010. Beirut like to
Image Courtesy of Brainstormer Trivia is exactly what its name tells you: the trivial gunk knowledge that clogs up the important, higher functioning regions of your brain. And unless you’re the one percent of brain gunk retainers, you can’t put any of that to use on a game show. (Unless
Some people say that you can create romance by highlighting your environment- a sort of curb appeal. Although there’s nothing romantic about eating in a parking lot, there have been moments when the food you’re consuming transforms you elsewhere. The Architect’s Kitchen, a one-year old truck that’s building and serving
Ippuku’s sake on tap There was a time when we as a people lived in fear of eating under-cooked pork. Casting my mind back to the early 80’s, when A-Ha’s “Take On Me” was annoyingly inescapable and dudes everywhere sported see-through mesh t-shirts, our mothers and fathers were unwitting violators