The project arose from the community’s desires for access to healthy foods, career opportunities and economic growth by way of a worker-owned grocery store.
An Unapologetic Juneteenth takes place Saturday at Mosswood Park.
Ever wonder what chefs are eating at home while they shelter in place? Wonder no more.
Many have turned to food for consolation during the pandemic. From custom chili to giant cinnamon rolls, readers shared what they’re enjoying making and eating while they shelter in place.
With UC Berkeley closed and Telegraph Avenue mostly shuttered, the 35-40 people who call the park home depend on donated meals from East Bay Food Not Bombs and other charitable groups.
The 24-year-old Mexican grocery store in Berkeley has long had a following, but business has gone way up during the pandemic.
This boxed tea service has everything you need — tea sandwiches, pastries and a sachet of tea — for a soothing shelter-in-place pick-me-up.
Nature has become both more remote and more present during this pandemic. We’re happy to share some of your views on a day that celebrates our natural environment.
Not everyone can or should head out to buy groceries and there’s lots of demand for home delivery services. Fortunately there are alternatives.
We spoke with three restaurant and grocery store workers about the challenges and bright spots of providing an essential public service during the crisis.
Missing the communal aspect of sharing food, amateur baker Michael Kellman shares his wild yeast starter as a way to connect in this contactless age.
Edward and Anna Yoon’s new restaurant on the northside of UC Berkeley is the first in the Bay Area to offer the Korean street food snack.
Jonathan De La Torre’s prix-fixe pop-up at Hidden Café in Berkeley focuses on North African flavors from his childhood retold through a California fine-dining lens.
After seven decades servicing manual and electric typewriters, printers and business machines in Berkeley, California Typewriter is calling it quits.
Californians are drinking and making more cider than ever, but according to several East Bay makers and sellers, it’s still one of the most misunderstood beverages.
Opened by a police officer-turned-technician, this computer repair shop serves coffee and pastries, stays open late, and draws in a wide range of customers.