Event | Nov 21, 2012
The 16-day festival of chasing, dodging, fighting, strategizing, collecting, scavenging and solving puzzles has returned to fill the city with endless fun. By Emily Eifler
Pop Culture | Nov 17, 2012
A working model of the Bay Area water system provides perspective, history, and copious amounts of information for anyone interested in a free and awe-inspiring look at the balance between the natural and man-made aspects of our local waterways. By Sarah Hotchkiss
Pop Culture | Nov 13, 2012
With new characters and new objectives, Borderlands Legends impresses, but lacks the grit and charm of its precursors. By Emily Eifler
TV | Nov 13, 2012
This season in television: the good, the bad, and the gambles. What to watch, what to ditch, and what could still manage to become a surprise favorite by this time next year. By Lizzy Acker
Pop Culture | Oct 31, 2012
Listen to the KQED News report on the Bay Area's Days of the Dead celebrations. By Lauren Benichou
Pop Culture | Oct 27, 2012
If the goal of art is to transport the viewer/participant outside his/her daily life in a way that elevates some element of being human, then weddings do that more satisfyingly than any performance piece in a gallery or on a sidewalk. By Lizzy Acker
Pop Culture | Oct 25, 2012
We caught up with reality superstar Lauren Conrad at a Books Inc. signing to find out all about what she's been up to since leaving television, along with her thoughts on the worst Halloween costume, her favorite Spice Girl, and so much more! By Emmanuel Hapsis
Pop Culture | Oct 11, 2012
You might not buy into star charts. But whatever your feelings on your moons and rising signs, turning 30 is definitely something to celebrate. Here are some songs to help you get the party started (secret: this party lasts the rest of your life). By Lizzy Acker
TV | Sep 13, 2012
The Fall TV season isn't what it used to be. New shows being rolled out this season go from mildly disappointing to offensively stupid, not to mention the old shows that no one has the decency to mercy kill. However, among the rubble are these 10 sparkling gems of hope. By Lizzy Acker
Pop Culture | Sep 04, 2012
A last-minute opportunity leads to a life-changing adventure? The heat, the dust, the house music and the spirit of adventure and generosity at 2012's Burning Man. By Lizzy Acker
Pop Culture : NPR
A new exhibit about FIFA's recent corruption is on display at the Las Vegas museum of contemporary organized crime.
While in Alaska, President Obama will be a guest on a survival show that takes celebrities into the wilderness to eat mice, rappel off cliffs and more.
The horror master, who died Sunday, disturbed the dreams of millions of moviegoers in A Nightmare on Elm Street, and he helped to revitalize horror in the 1990s by directing the Scream movies.
Even if you didn't watch Sunday night's telecast — especially if you didn't watch — we've got good conversation about Kanye's speech, Miley's hosting, and even who won the awards at the awards show.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
KQED Summer Fun Adventures
This summer, KQED is partnering with tons of fun places in the Bay Area offering exciting adventures and special savings when you show your MemberCard.
KQED Celebrates Latino Heritage Month
In September, KQED proudly celebrates the diversity of our community with special Latino Heritage Month programming. These programs are highlighted in a guide along with information about community events.