.Jade Yamazaki Stewart

Oct 8, 2019

Homeless Crackdown by Caltrans Sparks Dialogue in Berkeley

On a recent sunny afternoon, Patricia Moore sat on the dirty leather seat of her electric wheelchair, holding her dog Ebony's leash. She had...
Oct 2, 2019

In Search of the East Bay’s Spiciest Eats

A quarter of the world's population eats chilies every day, but many cuisines now defined by spice only started using them in the last...
Oct 2, 2019

Pushing the Limits of Texture in the East Bay

White Americans have really diversified their diets in the last 50 years. Now, many eat Thai noodles, Indian curries, and Chinese stir-fries regularly. Even...
Oct 2, 2019

The New Face of Homelessness: Elderly and Disabled

The Patrick brothers lived in their family home on Berkeley's Evelyn Avenue for most of their lives. Their parents bought the house in 1953,...
Sep 4, 2019

Nepalese Sanctuary Seekers Fighting to Stay in the U.S.

Sajjan Pandey first came to the Bay Area from Nepal in 2006, while the Nepalese civil war raged in his homeland. He's been legally...
Aug 20, 2019

Chop Bar Moves Into New Digs

The restaurant’s new location is much larger than its original home. Credits: Photo courtesy of the Chop Bar <br Chop Bar, the decade-old Jack London Warehouse District...