A new global group -- with roots here in Berkeley -- wants to put the play (and some risk) back in childrens' outdoor environments.
Tokyo Fish Market on San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley is an East Bay institution, selling Japanese staples such as rice and soy sauce -- and lots of seafood, of course.
Late last night, the Berkeley Unified School District School Board voted to authorize funding up to $350,000 for three elementary schools — Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, and Washington — that were in danger of losing their gardening and cooking programs for the next school year.
This week, Berkeley parents and community members rallied to find ways to secure funds to save the gardening and cooking programs at three local elementary schools.
Cooking and gardening programs at three Berkeley elementary schools may face cuts.
The third and final installment of Berkeleyside's roundup to ethnic restaurants around town.
The journey around Berkeley -- and the globe -- continues with part two of our ethnic eats roundup.
Looking for Bibimbap, momo, or salchipapas in Berkeley? We've got it covered in our ethnic eats roundup.
Two Latinas originally from L.A, with a shared passion for chocolate, Mexico, and social justice, are combining forces to open Casa de Chocolates in The Elmwood today.
Poulet, an anchor deli in the Gourmet Ghetto for 33 years, has a new chef with fresh ideas.
Owner Marc Kelly shares stories about his tiny takeaway business Soop in the Gourmet Ghetto.
Phyllis Grant cooks a whole cow, drops f-bombs, and has many grateful fans who have young children. Find out why her blog dash and bella resonates with readers.
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