A host of Berkeley makers and bakers are nourishing locals and protecting minds and bodies from the impacts of COVID-19.
Plus, Secret Scoop announces closure; Daughter’s Diner comes to Uptown Oakland; changes for local food justice groups.
Six months into the pandemic, businesses set up to serve UC Berkeley see little business. Property owners who usually rent to students have lots of vacancies.
Native Americans and their supporters hope the designation will help them stop a planned 260-unit development at 1900 Fourth St., a lot that is part of the West Berkeley Shellmound.
The patrolling guards are trained to de-escalate violent activity, assist police with arrests and act as a buffer for smaller crimes, in addition to providing hospitality.
City Council passed an ordinance banning unhealthy food from checkstands at large retailers. In March 2021, stores like Whole Foods and Berkeley Bowl will have to replace chips and candy with healthier options.
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Two developers, working in conjunction with the Jones family who own the land, want to build two Class A R&D buildings.
There are several restrictions to the indoor haircuts, including an appointment-only system and mask use.
Tamai Pearson moved to Berkeley 45 years ago and became a Telegraph Avenue vendor, but he’s facing immobilizing financial worries during the pandemic.
Plus, Standard Fare brings back lunch service; MudLab hosts a zero-waste grand opening party and lots more of the latest East Bay food news.