Rising Sun helps youth, underserved and re-entry adults pursue careers in construction and clean energy.
Found inside the former Longitude tiki bar, The Kon-Tiki is the new late-night spot in Downtown Oakland you’ve been looking for.
The third oldest LGBTQ center in the country opened in response to gay bashing. These days it provides respite for a community that feels it needs it more than ever.
In this edition of our short-video series, Handmade East Bay, watch Feng Yen and Kelly Kuang make noodles by scratch.
It’s taken three years, but Draw Billiard Company in downtown Berkeley, with its art deco-inspired pool hall, bar and restaurant, is finally open.
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.
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.
The new outpost of the popular SF ice creamery will feature Oakland-themed flavors exclusive to this location.
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.
In this edition of our short-video series, Handmade East Bay, Melati Citrawireja documents Highwire baristas Reath Ros and John Herr at work.
At Resole, his little shop in Berkeley, Thomas Wandall crafts finely made bespoke leather shoes and sandals and keeps an ancient art alive.
In a new short-video series, Handmade East Bay, Melati Citrawireja documents the team at The Local Butcher Shop in Berkeley preparing an order for Alice Waters’ restaurant.
Talking with Emiko Saraswati Susilo, director of Gamelan Sekar Jaya, a Balinese music and dance company tucked unobtrusively into a South Berkeley neighborhood.
As a young child, Strong spent Sundays at her grandfather’s side, watching and learning as he worked in his wood shop.
“The way a ceramic piece comes into being is a really nice arc,” says the Berkeley potter. “And I think people also love how when the story is finished they can hold and use these things.”