Zoning board members have asked developer Realtex to rethink plans for an 8-story, 39-unit building on Telegraph, which is slated to replace quirky indoor mall "The Village."
This week: news of a new calligraphy academy in Berkeley, a fine silk-ware store on Solano, and a pivot for the former Welcome Stranger.
The sprawling restaurant, beer garden and music venue boasts 42 taps and 13,000 square feet of space.
Despite new ownership, the menu remains mostly the same at Venus, but it now accepts tips.
Daniel Knapp and Mary Lou Van Deventer are getting ready to retire but hope that their employees can buy the business.
The family-run neighborhood café had a three and a half year run on Sacramento Street.
A new report lays out possible first steps for severing ties with Wells Fargo, as other cities move money out of the mega-bank.
Berkeley will gain a new fried chicken wing restaurant, Fire Wings, in the coming months, as well as a Hong Kong-style Asian fusion restaurant.
A new clothing design studio, a dog daycare business and the return of Patelco: all this and more in our regular update of local business news.
The new gelato shop offers an original lineup of gelato and sorbets in flavors ranging from chocolate lemongrass to salted tamarind.
The grocery stores replace the last five locations of Andronico's in the Bay Area. The company was bought by Safeway in 2016.
Berkeley Honda's planned move to the old Any Mountain store finally got through City Council on Tuesday night.
The 120-year-old stucco building at Shattuck Avenue and Blake Street reflects Berkeley's past.
Police arrested a man and two women late Saturday after spotting them at a West Berkeley storage facility with methamphetamine and stolen property, authorities report.