Leila Day

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9:31pm

Wed September 18, 2013

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Wed September 4, 2013

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Thu August 29, 2013

10:08pm

Thu August 15, 2013
Crosscurrents

Approaching juvenile crime head on

Sara Brooke Curtis

When people get into trouble with the law, they normally don’t have a chance to have a conversation with their victims. To explain what happened. Hear about the damage they caused. Say they’re sorry. But there’s a growing trend to try and make that happen, so both parties can move on.

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10:03pm

Wed August 14, 2013
Arts & Culture

The artist's journey: Solvitur Ambulando

Thingamajigs

Solvitur Ambulando is the name of the performance piece that’s part of an artist in residency program at the Berkeley Arts Museum and Pacific Film Archive.

“It translates into it ‘is solved by walking,’” says Edward Schocker, a musician and collaborator in the group. “Just constantly moving because they have to move because of political situation or adoption or because of their choosing.”

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