TBH Events: Friday, December 5

It's going down this Friday. Three dope events in the East Bay.
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Pre Kwanzaa at Berkeley City CollegePre-Kwanzaa Celebration at Berkeley City College
2050 Center Street, Berkeley, 6-9 p.m., FREE.
The Berkeley City College Black Student Union (BSU) is hosting it's second annual Pre-Kwanzaa event this Friday, Dec. 5 from 6-9 p.m. The event will take place in the Berkeley City College Auditorium.
There will be a live performance by spoken word artist Ise Lyfe. There will also be african drummers, free food, and more.

BCC is located at 2050 Center Street in Berkeley.
For more information, email vistabsu@yahoo.com.

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Indie Village in Oakland481 9th Street, 5-11 p.m., Oakland, $5
Come and check out 25 of the Bay Areas hottest designers & artists.
Featured artists include:

Githinji Mbiire
Keba Konte
EEsuu Orundide
Abba Yahudah.
Music by Dj LOVELEE.
Food by Tamarindo.
Cost: $5 (at the door)
Funds benefit ALICE (Art's and Literacy in Children's Education), a local youth arts organization

For more information, email Indie Village or check out their website.

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The Piano Lesson" at the Oakland Museum
500 12th Street, Oakland, 7 p.m., Varies.

After a successful run at Laney College, "The Piano Lesson" returns.

On December 5 at 7 p.m. the Oakland Museum of California will host Laney Fusion Theater's version of August Wilson's play. The event is a part of its First Fridays After Five series and will be held in the James Moore Theatre. The play is directed by Laney Theatre Dept. Chair Michael Torres and features Donald Lacy, and Laney's Fusioneros.

For more information, visit Laney Fusion Theatre on Myspace.

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