Berkeley’s Upside Foods is making real, delicious meat that’s better for the world

BERKELEYSIDE — Standing at the intersection between the carnivore’s desire for tasty meats and good stewardship of the planet’s resources

West Berkeley makers do it all, from age-old crafts to 21st-century innovation

BERKELEYSIDE — The city’s manufacturing ranges from woodworking to wine-making, and from pouring metals to molding new materials. Gene Agress

Open-air dining brings revenue to restaurants and a festive spirit to streets

BERKELEYSIDE — A year and a half ago, the streets of Berkeley were unusually quiet, as people sheltered at home

Celebrating 50 years of Chez Panisse with Alice Waters

KCRW — Nobody put a farmer’s name on a menu or invited them to the table before Alice Waters. In

Plant-Based Dog Food Company Wild Earth Secures $23M In Funding Round Led By Mark Cuban

BENZINGA — Wild Earth Inc., the Berkeley-based plant-based dog food company, has completed a new funding round of more than $23

Comfort food, art and poetry collide at Berkeley’s Homemade Cafe

BROKE-ASS STUART — Some might say the food at Homemade Cafe is art in and of itself, with gentle and

Berkeley’s beloved Smokehouse celebrates 70 years of burgers and shakes

NOSH — Is it possible to make almost everyone happy, but never really change? The Smokehouse plans to find out.

IPO Raises $304M for Caribou, Developer of Gene-Edited Cell Therapies

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) – Caribou Biosciences, the developer of gene-edited cell therapies co-founded by Nobel laureate Jennifer

What do delivery bots, faux pork and crowdfunding platforms have in common?

BERKELEYSIDE — A platform that democratizes startup venture funding. An educational tool that fights white men’s prevalence in STEM fields. 

Finding beauty amidst the pandemic

BERKELEYSIDE — After a grand jury opted not to indict the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in