Although the worst of the current price surge seems to be over, the cost of the popular fruit has more than doubled since this time last year.
Scientists behind the MyShake app hope the citizen science project will eventually create a worldwide earthquake early-warning network.
What started as a response to a racial profiling incident has become a well-attended annual event celebrating black culture.
The founder of the Peralta Community Garden hoped locals would interact with, and come to respect each other, if not always agree.
A coalition of students and residents is creating quite a buzz for more bee-friendly habitat in Berkeley.
On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, three Oakland bar owners and workers discuss the role gay bars and nightclubs play today.
This monthly meetup serves not only as a congregation for Bay Area queer beer lovers, but as a resource for those seeking a more inclusive culture in the greater beer community.
On June 7, a popular West Berkeley bakery is offering a freebie with purchase, as are two national chains with East Bay locations.
Berkeley Open Food Source wants to increase public awareness and access to the edible, nutritious and abundant wild greens that grow in urban areas. The group's annual Wild/Feral Food Week takes place May 24-31.
Owner Michelle Baker makes small-batch, Old World-style beers using local ingredients in a 210-square-foot brewhouse designed for minimal environmental impact.
In an effort to reduce the city's environmental impact, all meals served at city facilities, council meetings and events on Mondays must, from now on, be completely free of animal products.
Our readers have deeply personal, even possessive, feelings towards their favorite trees. They find meaning in their growth, notice how they change with the seasons and mourn their passing when they die.
Trinidadian food cart Daniel’s Caribbean Kitchen returns to Berkeley, will open restaurant in West Oakland
After a two-year hiatus, the father-daughter business that got its start in Berkeley in the '80s, is back with big news.
The Downtown Oakland café, bookstore and venue has earned a loyal following for its kale Caesar and its weekly schedule of diverse events, but the owners need help paying off a hefty construction loan.
Former City Council candidate designs board games that grapple with political issues, like housing at North Berkeley BART
The designer hopes that games such as 'North Berkeley' will help those who play them better identify and understand the concerns of the different constituencies around specific debates.
Organizations like Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church in West Oakland have opened their doors and kitchens to make sure no child goes hungry while the strike continues.