A new spot where tattoos are removed; an elegant stationery store changes hands; and a plumbing supplier that has opened in an historic building that started life as... a plumbers.
A new beading store, a permanent location for Berkeley Chess School and a temporary spot for downtown's Bank of America: all this and more local biz news.
Lots of local biz news this week, including the closure after 48 years of Body Time, the opening of Copy Central Southside, and a forthcoming John Muir outpatient center.
A yoga studio just for kids has come to Berkeley, along with a new service for lawyers. A clothing store plans to relocate.
Crate & Barrel on Fourth will close after 30 years but plans to reopen nearby; Mad Monk has shuttered after 2 on Telegraph. Newly opened: Braid Bar & Beauty, Hands-On! and Uchi
C&C Cleaners in the Elmwood and Upper Playground on Telegraph are closing. We have news of revamped and new businesses too.
Baby Dynamo in the Elmwood has closed after just six months; Hello Vintage has opened, Lunaria will soon and Patient's Care Collective has had a makeover.
Two stores are closing in the Elmwood: one of them, Boss Robot Hobby, has been a destination for fans of model airplanes and radio-control toys for 15 years.
After 85 years in business, Darling Flower Shop closed its doors on Dec. 31, after its owner retired. Catch up on this and other local biz news.
A Site for Sore Eyes in on the move in downtown Berkeley; Tenzing Collections has crossed town. Catch up on this and more local biz news.
A new floral shop that moved over from SF; artisan and artist open studios this month; free coding for kids; and rugs galore at a store that's closing after 48 years.
Downtown will mark Shop Local day Tuesday; there's a new toy store on Fourth Street; and we have news of a relocation, a closure, and a re-invention.
Target has opened its second small city store, Jeffrey's Toys on Fourth Street has closed and an electric charging station is now available at the library's West Branch.