Officials shut insider ice cream company Bad Walter’s down last summer, but now its creamy, lactose-free pints are back in the East Bay.
When Phil Narodick smelled cabbage soup cooking, he knew his family recipe had gotten out.
These cookbooks from Oakland and Fremont authors all celebrate, educate and inspire.
Aarin Burch hopes a Berkeley shop will introduce her famous mother’s whimsical designs to younger generations.
When Joey Chiang and Melody Yu started planning their engagement photos, the famous Berkeley market was their first stop.
The Ninth Street food company turns brewery waste into pasta, cookie dough and more.
With one project on pause, the fine-dining veteran is putting his all into his new “Oakland meets Parisian” restaurant.
Marilyn Golden, a key figure in the drafting and passage of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, died at her home in Berkeley on Sept. 21.
Joshua A. Miele won a prestigious MacArthur Foundation fellowship for his pragmatic inventions that help blind people navigate the physical and digital world.
Hayward-based Lucky Dog Hot Sauce lost half of its business when the pandemic began, but a viral YouTube moment kept the company afloat.
Cantor Richard Kaplan will be remembered for his “wonderful, throaty voice that was so tantalizing”
Even as the events business picks up, these caterers are sticking with the side businesses they started in 2020.
Cannery Kitchen & Tap expected to offer live music at the Castro Valley Marketplace food hall, but a dispute with their landlord has silenced the bands.
Lala Harrison’s Roux40 promises beloved Black American dishes with a farm-to-table sensibility.
Don’t be Chick’n’s hearty platters have attracted a loyal following to its ongoing Oakland pop-up.
Chef Mike Raskin has a plan to build Edith’s Pie into a permanent business with a focus on fair treatment of workers (and delicious pie).