Volunteers with the Herrick Hospital program offer friendly voices and emergency help to seniors and people struggling with their mental health.
Longtime art supplies store Aaron Brothers is closing; Wells Fargo on Bancroft is no longer and a new co-working space offers meditation along with desks and chairs.
Ohlone community members Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino reconnected with their native food through their work revitalizing their native languages and culture.
The sign was taken down to make building repairs. A new café should open in the same location later this year.
It can be hard to build up a history as a legacy business in Oakland, which is why it's impressive that there are records of a few eateries that go back more than 100 years.
According to diners, staffers were protesting the severance offered by owners and were not allowed to return to the restaurant.
Perhaps you’ve just recovered from obsessively following the Warriors. If you’re suffering major sports withdrawal, fear not, the World Cup is here.
A new spot where tattoos are removed; an elegant stationery store changes hands; and a plumbing supplier that has opened in an historic building that started life as... a plumbers.
By opening a plant in West Berkeley last year, this maker of phone booths is an anomaly, given the decrease in the number of manufacturers in the city.
Founders Sean Wells and Tim Sellmeyer are full-time veterinary surgeons by day, but their love of beer led them to start a pet project — a brewery and taproom in Berkeley.
Twelve new eateries opened this month in Berkeley, Oakland, Albany and beyond; five closed.
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