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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.
The new incarnation of Giovanni pays homage to its past, but with modern updates, an indoor bocce court and a full bar specializing in vermouth and amaro.
The early-morning fire caused an estimated $100,000 worth of property damage. Another $75,000 of oil and sugar were burned. The owner said she is uninsured.
The sign, created by Berkeley-based Direct Action Everywhere, denounces the killing of animals.
Lots of independent businesses to report on this week, including a new kids' dance school; a revamped hotel and a 47-year-old Telegraph Avenue store that's relocating.
The Berkeley City Council has finally set criteria for the medical cannabis grow houses voters approved in 2010.
Currently on hot desk at UC Berkeley accelerator SkyDeck, this startup is making prebiotic sugars, ones that promote good gut health.
Two long-time Berkeley restaurants have changed ownership this month, including one of Berkeley's first sushi restaurants. This, plus more East Bay food news.
Shop Talk features news about the openings and closings of businesses in Berkeley.