The Clog brings you our weekly assortment of the free, the delightful, and the delightfully free. No one shall rain on our parades this weekend. Because there are no parades! Ha! The joke’s on … um … us?


The Come Out and Play Festival has organized huge games of Zombie Tag in the past. Yes, Zombie Tag. Awesome.


Firstly, Cinnaholic cinnamon rolls will be present … but also, Carol J. Adams, author of “The Sexual Politics of Meat” and “The Pornography of Meat,” will be there to relate patriarchy and meat consumption in what is sure to be a compelling Friday afternoon talk.

Superb is showing “Inception” tonight in Wheeler for only a few bucks (w/ student ID), while 111 Minna, near the Metreon, is presenting Post:Ballet, a free contemporary ballet performance, in its spacious galleries — a 21+ show (we’re not sure why). For everyone else, read more »


So much to do, so little time! Wait, a minute …. The sedated rhythms and eerie quiet of summertime Berkeley will do their best to corrode this sentiment and leave you twiddling your evenings away.  Luckily, you have the Clog to keep you updated on what the kids are doing these days. We suggest a healthy dose of cochlear damage with some summer concerts. Here is a tiny (but potent) sample of who’s bringing the noise in the coming months: read more »