A UC Berkeley graduate works to ensure the basic needs of college students — including affordable housing and food access— are met.
Katrina Heron, a veteran journalist, takes over the reins at The Edible Schoolyard Project.
Berkeley’s wine maverick Kermit Lynch celebrates 40 years in business.
Food writer John Birdsall moderates the panel Chew on This as part of the Litquake Literary Festival’s Berkeley Ramble.
Nishanga Bliss, the author of Real Food All Year, on eating seasonal whole foods for optimal health and energy.
A west Berkeley restaurant thrives serving American classics with an elegant twist and seasonal fare with Asian influences.
A conversation with Erin Scott, the Berkeley blogger behind the popular Yummy Supper site.
A conversation with Chris Geideman, the owner-chef of the popular and critically-acclaimed izakaya joint Ippuku.
Gourmet Ghetto businesses want to build parklets in their neighborhood but the city doesn’t have an approval process in place as yet to review applications for these slivers of open space designed to enhance urban neighborhoods.
Two course at Cal this fall — an artistic workshop that explores food and a journalism class that digs into food and farming matters — offer an edible education to students and the community a large as well.
Sketch, an artisan ice creamery with a loyal fan base that opened in 2004, returns to Berkeley’s 4th Street today after a three year hiatus.
The Alchemy Collective Cafe offers a welcome jolt of java — and an alternative business model — in a neighborhood in transition.
The average American eats three burgers a week. The Berkeley-based Center for Investigative Reporting explores the real price of cheap beef in their new animation short The Hidden Costs of Hamburgers.
The no-frills, hole-in-the-wall, mom-and-pop shop Vegi Food may need to find a new home after more than 30 years serving loyal diners at its Vine Street location in the Gourmet Ghetto.
A crew from Chez Panisse restaurant are headed to Cuba later this year — and the public are invited to join this cross-cultural, culinary expedition.
Three years on, Local 123, a popular cafe in west Berkeley, has created a community — and expanded its borders beyond its San Pablo Avenue location.