Marshall Krause was the Chief Attorney for the ACLU of Northern California, President of the Board of the Prison Law Office, and legal reporter for KQED's "Newsroom." He has briefed and argued four cases decided by the U.S.
Tamim Ansary grew up in Afghanistan and grew old in America.
Since 1980, the Emma Goldman Papers Project at the University of California, Berkeley has collected, organized, and edited tens of thousands of documents by and about Goldman from around the world.
In this fascinating historical look at the relationship between Western music and gender, explore the gender-bending nature of opera performers and characters. Examine the role of women in composing and performing classical music, as well as the gender associations of different instruments.
Lyndon Baines Johnson became president because of a domestic tragedy: the assassination of President Kennedy. And he left the presidency because of an international tragedy: the Vietnam War. Initially hailed for bringing the country together, LBJ became reviled as his policies tore it apart.
While extensive literature exists on Greene & Greene, Bernard Maybeck, Irving Gill, Richard Neutra, and other venerable California architects, we know very little about how this work came to be.