This Sunday at UC Berkeley’s Pauley Ballroom the non-profit organization Three Squares raises awareness — and funds — for its free cooking programs for low-income residents.
Shop Talk: The ins and outs of Berkeley businesses
Replacing Green Papaya: Thanu's Kitchen. Photo: D.H. Parks GETTING MEATY Green Papaya, the Thai vegetarian restaurant at 2016 Shattuck in downtown, is switching it up. It’s changing its name to Thanu’s Kitchen and is adding meat to the menu. A notice on the door says that the new spot will open soon. “Although we’re changing things up a […]
Top food stories from Berkeley in 2011
Food writer Sarah Henry reviews the year in all things edible in Berkeley.
Urban farm Urban Adamah celebrates the harvest
Jewish harvest celebration at Urban Adamah. Photos: Wendy Kenin Urban Adamah, a community organic farm and Jewish environmental education center on Parker and San Pablo, celebrated the holiday of Sukkot on Sunday. There was music, yoga in the sun, a food festival, and good eats. People were asked to bring a can of food to […]
Faith-based urban farm opens in Berkeley
Families enjoying the festivities at the Urban Adamah Grand Opening and Farm Festival yesterday. Photos: Sarah Henry Sunday marked the grand opening of Urban Adamah, the first faith-based, modern urban farm in West Berkeley, at 1050 Parker Street near San Pablo Avenue, opposite Fantasy Studios. The one-acre farm with Jewish roots offers a residential fellowship […]