Brodie was the co-founder of Jewish Milestones, an educational resource for Jewish lifecycle ceremonies that launched in 2004 as The Ritualist.
A failing kidney forced Gil Dong to leave the fire department in 2017. He and his donor, a longtime friend, hope more Asian Americans will consider organ donation.
Brahm Ahmadi set out to change the world by opening a grocery store in a long-neglected neighborhood in Oakland.
Daytrip, Pomella and Mägo are taking proactive steps to keep their workers happy, healthy and engaged.
Proxii, which prompts immediate meet-ups with nearby romantic prospects, was created by three Berkeley natives.
They all found love at Berkeley Bowl — and have the photos to prove it.
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.