Artist: Pochan Full name: Andrew Gregory Pochan instagram: @andrewpochan website: www.andrewpochan.com Originally from Maryland, Pochan has spent most of his life in Reading. His work includes 8 murals in West Reading, three in Reading, with one more Reading work in progress on 11th street through Albright College.
Pochan is also a filmmaker. His most recent film, “Dust Nuggets”, was shot here in Berks County. It's a highly visual and colorful story about a band manager ex
April showers, and intermittent Berks county snow storms, taxes, and Spring cleaning bring….the need for a healthy work life balance, which seems to be as elusive as the consistent Spring temperatures we’re longing for. Too often, feeding ourselves doesn’t even make an appearance on our to-do lists, it’s just an added thing that we do, like breathing or blinking, on our way to doing something else. It can be tempting on the busy days to neglect our nutrition. But let’s face i
For most of us (of a certain age) growing up here in Berks county, Turmeric was only known (if it was known) as what turned our processed mustard yellow. Yet, on the other side of the world, an ancient Indian medicine practice (still popular today), called Ayurveda, has long made use of turmeric to improve immune health, help relieve pain, aid in digestion, as well as protect against the biggies like diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and yes, even cancer. As with all cancer-curing clai
So excited to be in the Reading Eagle today! If you didn't get a chance to see the article in today's paper you can check it out here. Also, a few other things happening here in recent weeks: visiting farms to source local ingredients for our menu items, meeting with city code officials as we finish construction, putting together our new chairs, hiring baristas, and lots of other final details! A few recent photos below: In the greenhouse The first chair put together #wild
When it comes to our menu here at Wild Sage you will find quality, locally sourced ingredients in every dish. We value Berks County and what is produced here. During our renovation process we are using as many local resources as we can. Recently we got our counter-tops from Moyer's Sawmill in Bernville. The mill has been in the same family since it started around 1904 and they use mostly the same technology and tools to do their amazing work. The location is simply idyllic!