Drawn to anti-war Berkeley as a 21-year-old mechanic, Ken Shapiro has been fixing cars in the city for 50 years. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
Organizers of the ‘Echoes of Defiance’ exhibition at Fourth Street Fine Art say it’s the first time student photos of the 2019 street protests have been shown overseas.
Dr. Thomas Arnold, known for dressing up as a giant molar, and his wife, Dr. Wendi Wilson, have built a dental practice rooted in history.
The heavily annotated and picture-rich book incorporates previously unknown details about the architect’s private life, as well as her career.
A stylist who’s been doing hair extensions since high school turns it into her side hustle. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
The scion of a venerable Berkeley restaurant family is opening her fourth store a couple doors down from her brothers’ restaurant, Agridolce. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
Berkeley artist Juniper Harrower explores our complicated history with flora in the new ecological art exhibition.
About 30 students are now enrolled at the Little School preschool on Hopkins Street. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
When it opened in 2018, it was just the third 4-star store in the country. Now, Amazon’s abandoned the concept of bringing trending online items to retail shops.
Raymond Weschler has organized an egalitarian pick-up softball league since 1997, but he prefers writing emails about the games to playing in them.
George Budgen opened the Berkeley Horticultural Nursery in 1922. His great-grandson now runs day-to-day operations.
A plant lover turns her passion into a business on San Pablo Avenue. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.