BARTable This Weekend: Feb. 1-3

Head to Creative Framing & Gallery in Oakland this Friday to enjoy this Ramon Vidali oil painting of "Potrero Hill" (San Francisco) along with many others. Photo courtesy of Oakland Art Murmur.
There oughta be a rule that the weather is not allowed to be rainy on the weekends. It's looking like another soggy one, but nevertheless we found plenty of activities to get you out of the house. Celebrate the start of Black History Month, experience art and theatre or catch a Super Bowl watch party near BART.
Friday BARTable This Weekend by BART
Experience more than 50 art galleries across Oakland on Friday night from 6-9pm.
First Fridays may be canceled this month, but there's still plenty to do on a rainy day in Oakland. Check out First Friday Art Murmur - an evening art walk featuring arts and mixed-use venues collectively open to the public. The fun begins at 6pm and runs until 9pm. Learn more at About Oakland Art Murmur.
Join Mayor London Breed, keynote speaker Lateefah Simon and San Francisco African American Historical & Cultural Society in celebrating the start of Black History Month. The program begins at 12pm. Take BART to Civic Center/UN Plaza and walk seven minutes to City Hall.
Creditors (ends Feb. 24) at Downtown Berkeley
Adolf is a painter who befriends a man named Gustav, who both inspires him and feeds his mind with doubts about Adolf’s novelist wife, Tekla. As the tragi-comic story unfolds, the audience can see the threeway web of deceit and shifting power grow ever more deadly. “Creditors” is a powerful psychodrama about a sexual triangle taken to destructive extremes, and has been called “both coldly objective and scathingly passionate” by the New York Times. Tickets are $40 and can be bought online. Take BART to Downtown Berkeley and walk two minutes to Aurora Theatre.
Saturday BARTable This Weekend by BART
Catch "Paradise Square: A New Musical" at Berkeley Rep.
It’s 1863 and in a 20-block area of Manhattan known as the Five Points, Black and Irish Americans live side by side, work together, marry, and for a brief period realize racial harmony. However, the intensifying Civil War soon results in the first-ever Federal draft, leading to riots. Will the hard-won bonds of friendship, community, and family in the Five Points prevail or be severed forever? Find out in this musical at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Take BART to Downtown Berkeley and walk three minutes to the show.
The must-see romantic comedy with sparkling wit, exuberant characters, and show-stopping dancing, "Don Quixote" is the stylish rom-com of classical ballet—and an audience favorite. Helgi Tomasson and Yuri Possokhov’s "Don Quixote", with set and costumes designed by Tony Award winner Martin Pakledinaz, features a lively cast of characters from the Miguel de Cervantes’ novel—and some of ballet’s most technically demanding dances. Tickets range from $25-225 and can be purchased online.  Take BART to Civic Center/UN Plaza and walk eight minutes to the War Memorial Opera House at 301 Van Ness.
Winter on the Waterfront (ends Mar. 3) at Embarcadero
Winter on the Waterfront is a way for visitors to experience Bay Area adventures and for locals to have a staycation right in their backyard. The list of discounted opportunities includes Alcatraz cruises, waterfront dining, Ghirardelli chocolate, fresh crab, hotel rooms and a neighborhood fly over. The list of specials can be found here. Take BART to Embarcadero.
Sunday BARTable This Weekend by BART
Super Bowl 53 takes place this Sunday. Photo courtesy of KnowTechie.
Super Bowl Watch Parties
The most watched American TV event is upon us and there's no better way to enjoy the game than in a party atmosphere with yummy finger food and drinks. We've rounded up a short list of some of the bars and restaurants hosting Super Bowl parties, all just a short walk from a BART station.
New Parkway Theater, 9-minute walk from 19th St/Oakland
The Alice Collective, 8-minute walk from 12th St/Oakland City Center
Plank Oakland, 14-minute walk from 12th St/Oakland City Center
The Golden Squirrel, 5-minute walk from Rockridge
Gott's Roadside, 20-minute walk from Walnut Creek
Spanky's Cocktails, 15-minute walk from Castro Valley
Gott's Roadside, 6-minute walk from Embarcadero
Colma Community Center Super Bowl Party, 15-minute walk from Colma
Asian Art Museum - Free Admission Day at Civic Center/UN Plaza
If you've been wanting to go to the Asian Art Museum but have been holding off because of the cost, this Sunday is the day to go. Enjoy free access to one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian Art, with a collection of over 18,000 artworks spanning 6,000 years of history. Take BART to Civic Center/UN Plaza and walk two minutes to the Museum.

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