Al Lasher's Electronics on University Ave. is more than 50 years. The family-owned company offers every electronic part a customer could want, making the interior a visual wonder.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín wants UC Berkeley to revise its security plans for the Ben Shapiro event so protesters aren't funneled onto city streets.
In this edition of our short-video series, Handmade East Bay, Melati Citrawireja documents Eduardo Morell and Tamsen Fynn at work at Morell's Bread.
Ken Shapiro repairs cars but his true passion is flying model airplanes – some with a ten-foot wing span. Many of them hang from the ceiling of his San Pablo Avenue garage.
The Chez Panisse founder will read from her memoir, speak in conversation with Steve Wasserman and sign copies of her new memoir.
The Aftel Archive is the most recent endeavor of esteemed natural perfumer, author, and long-time Berkeley resident Mandy Aftel, and is the only perfume museum in the U.S.
We bring you news of a second Berkeley location for Kid Dynamo, a new personal fulfillment center in the Gilman District, and a company offering 'Jewish journeys.'
The owners of Touchstone Climbing, who met 39 years ago while climbing Indian Rock, want to transform the Oaks into an indoor climbing facility.
Internet users identified Cole White in images of Charlottesville protesters.
[Sponsored] Support a local cause, celebrate and get free juice and smoothies at the grand opening on Fourth Street on Saturday at 11 a.m.
At Annabelle Candy Company in Hayward, business is sweet(s). The 67-year-old, 60-employee company still makes candy bars the old fashioned way.