Winter squash are incredibly versatile: great for decorations and for sweet dishes like pies, they also taste excellent baked in savory dishes.
Berkeley writer and photographer Erin Scott has just published her first book, a beautiful collection of gluten-free recipes.
Two pre-school friends have teamed up to buy and renovate a former bike repair shop in South Berkeley to create a new neighborhood restaurant.
Councilman Jesse Arreguín talks with a local woman at the North Shattuck farmers market. Photo: Anthony Sanchez By Julia Hannafin As the school year winds down and the temperature rises, some members of the Berkeley City Council are setting up shop in popular spots around town to ensure they’re accessible to city residents. Earlier this month, […]
A magic show at last year’s Chocolate & Chalk Festival. Photo: DH Parks CHALK IT UP The 17th annual Chocolate & Chalk Art Festival will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sat. June 1 along Shattuck Ave. and Vine St. Admission is free for both viewers and artists: the chalk art competition annually […]
New restaurant A16 set to open this month in Rockridge, one of many new local spots. Catch up on all the foodie news.
A new banner in the Lorin District highlights the area’s concentration of antiques shops and art galleries. Photo: Kaia Diringer A new banner in the Lorin District highlights the area’s concentration of antiques shops and art galleries. Photo: Kaia Diringer A number of colorful new street banners have appeared in Berkeley’s Adeline-Ashby and Sacramento Street […]
Berkeley’s wine maverick Kermit Lynch celebrates 40 years in business.
Shoppers at the Tuesday Farmers’ Market. Photo: Nancy Rubin Shoppers at the Tuesday Farmers’ Market. Photo: Nancy Rubin The Tuesday Berkeley Farmers’ Market moved to its new location at Adeline and 63rd Street in the Lorin District yesterday and the new spot drew the market’s biggest crowd of the year, according to Ben Feldman, the […]
The Tuesday Berkeley Farmers’ Market — which has called Derby Street at MLK Way home for 25 years — is moving to the Lorin District next month.
The back story behind the artisan food business Phoenix Pastificio, a Berkeley Farmers’ Market regular.
Eduardo Morell of Morell’s Bread bakes in a wood-fire oven in Marin and brings his loaves back to Berkeley to sell.