I want to dedicate this roll up to our close friends at Intersection for the Arts. You are all familiar with the remarkable exhibits they have put on over the last year. Now they they have moved in next door, are running their theater on the premises as well and their first play, Nobody Move, closes this weekend, so get your tickets. Also this weekend, Intersection for the Arts will present a very fun food & wine celebration on Saturday June 11 from 6-9PM and they’d like to invite you at half the price!
Hybrid Fusion: A Unique Food, Wine & Art Celebration Exploring the Fusion Between Latino and Asian Culinary Art & Culture will be the opening night party for Intersection’s new gallery exhibition Chico & Chang: A Look at the Impact of Latino and Asian Cultures on California’s Visual Landscape.
Tickets are $50 but as HUB Members, receive our Artist discount for $25! Get tickets here: http://artistifta.eventbrite.com/
RippleQ is coming back!! Remember when we smoked NetImpact last year?! Well, RippleQ has been bolstered for our community, we have lined up a great collection of prizes (hint, hint) for you so get ready for the next round starting on Monday!
I hope you are all excited for Sexy Salads again tomorrow. We might even have a few friends from the top floor stopping by! As always, Albert and Eve have generously donated a couple boxes of food. If you want a box delivered to your home or for pick up here at The Hub please go to Albert and Eve use one of the following codes accordingly:
- Have the box delivered to the Hub, and get 10% the whole order with this code: Hub9023 or
- Get the box delivered to your home, and every 4th box will be FREE with this code: Hub9023-HD.
“Couchsurfers just want to meet people, see the world, and enjoy life. That’s what I love about couch-surfing: you never know what’ll happen. Recently I met the coolest couple from Barcelona for lunch. I took them to the Cheeseboard, but after I felt like I hadn’t had enough! So we had breakfast the next day, and I took them on a little foor tour in West Berkeley. I thought: this is amazing! I should start a food tour here! I hadn’t realized how densely there were a few places to go. I took them to the Takara Sake plant, and June Taylor jams: she loves when people come in, and she’s the ultimate artisan. And then there’s Vik’s Chaat House, a popular Indian house, and Cultured, with the pickles and sauerkraut. They don’t really have a tour, but they’re there chopping and you can taste. After a stop at the Hub where they felt the vibe, they said “We don’t want to leave Berkeley!” Continue Reading –>
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