Berkeley public schools are in danger of losing their gardening and cooking classes due to federal funding cuts. Sarah Henry reports on how that community is trying to save their edible education program.
People's Community Market, projected to open in West Oakland in the fall of 2014, is inching closer to full funding. Brahm Ahmadi explains to Sarah Henry why the supermarket has been a long time coming and what local residents can expect.
Food banks are in the business of combating hunger -- and they want to nourish their clients too. Sarah Henry reports on a new initiative designed to help places like the Alameda County Community Food Bank better serve people in need of a good feed.
A tempest in a coffee cup played out in Berkeley this week as a small core of vocal critics sought to shut down the pop-up (and permit-less) Rogue Cafe -- once they learned about the under-the-radar brunch venue on Berkeleyside. Sarah Henry investigates the brewing brouhaha.
Formerly homeless and now the voice behind Eating Richly: Even When You're Broke, Diana Johnson talks with Sarah Henry about eating healthily on a shoestring, the hidden hungry, and teaching people to cook cheaply and well.