Founders of West Berkeley shop that makes scientific glassware by hand have found a creative way to keep the business thriving when they retire.
These robots can explore wildfires, chemical spill sites, war zones and other hazardous situations, taking data for first responders.
From quilts to sleeping bags, Narain’s does repairs, while Berkeley’s REI and Sports Basement offer used gear at lower prices.
Modern Sailing, Stay True Cycles and Ironworks are just a few of Berkeley’s recreation businesses serving all ages and abilities.
Caterers talk about the motivations, the changes and the challenges in becoming certified green businesses.
These Berkeley businesses enable moms to build community with each other and also shape community for their children.
On Dec. 8, the Hotel Shattuck Plaza downtown hosts the one-stop experience for shoppers seeking hand-crafted goods from Berkeley businesses.
The West Berkeley collective is home to 18 potters with a wide variety of styles.
North Shattuck space offers 800 new and old-fashioned board games — along with food and drink.
Pivot Bio’s microbial nitrogen offers a host of environmental benefits. And we can taste the results already.
In the 1980s, Mayer co-founded the nonprofit Resources for Community Development, which has provided homes for more than 5,000 people.
Science-backed R&D firm in West Berkeley uses fermentation to create new ingredients for beauty, wellness and personal care.