Edit ModuleShow Tags

Kinja Sushi Gives Bibimbap a Japanese Twist

Kinjadon is chef-owner Joe Kang’s version of the dazzlingly colorful Korean raw-fish dish hwaedupbap, basically “a take on bibimbap.”

Jon Carroll Checks In

The longtime columnist talks successors, free speech, and Trump.

Welcomed by the Willamette Valley

Oregon’s wine country also brews beer, cider, and mead.

Wednesday’s Briefing: Uber Paid Hackers to Keep Quiet; Trump Admin Pushes to Kill Net Neutrality

Plus, California outspends Trump administration 4-1 on Obamacare ads.

They Speak the Language of Kids

Child life specialists at Oakland Children’s Hospital help youngster cope with complex medical procedures and conditions.

Nosh Box: Bidding Big Bird Bye-Bye

To most, the perfectly browned, picturesque turkey presents a bevy of trials.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Alameda County Gets Trump Admin Grant for ICE Cooperation; You Need to Make $171K to Buy House in Bay Area

Plus, a federal judge blocks Trump administration plan to punish sanctuary cities.

Books for At-Home Chefs

New cookbooks demystify Burmese flavors, holiday cookies, and vegan dishes.

Being a Long-Distance Caregiver

Experts say that when caring for an elderly parent who lives far away, the most important thing is to join a support group with people experiencing the same challenges.

Intraoperative Radiation Therapy—Convenience and Excellent Outcomes for Breast Cancer Patients

Fellowship trained breast surgical oncologist Veronica Shim MD, specializes in personalized breast cancer treatment and hereditary women's cancer risk management at Kaiser Permanente’s Oakland Medical Center. “For many of our patients, breast cancer is a chronic disease—the time between diagnosis and survivorship can be a long journey,” says Dr. Shim. “As a breast surgical oncologist, I work with a team of breast care experts to assist my patients in developing a treatment plan that reflects the patient’s personal values.” KP Oakland Medical Center offers intraoperative Radiation Therapy (IRT) to a selected group of early breast cancer patients to provide more convenient option to the traditional radiation method.