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Food, fun at Buddhist Temple of Alameda's Vacationland

Japanese food and games were highlighted at the annual Buddhist Temple of Alameda's 2015 Vacationland Carnival and Bazaar, held this past weekend. The event featured sushi, udon, tempury, curry rice, teriyaki chicken, a silent auction and games for children. 
Cindy Houts, of Alameda, was executive director of the county's Meals on Wheels for seven years. In that role, she had overall strategic, financial, and operational responsibility for staff, activities, expansion, and execution of the mission.  
 
Approximately 80 percent of the citations were for pedestrian violations, police said. Additional citations were issued for distracted driving and excessive speed.  
 
Firefighters at 1:56 p.m. June 27 went to a house in the 1600 block of Paru Street after hearing a report of smoke coming from its roof, Capt. James Colburn said. They found a fire in the attic of the one-story home and controlled it within 20 minutes, he said. Damage was limited to the attic and goods stored there, Colburn said.  
 
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The new 9,000-square-foot Fire Station 3 will replace the existing station on Grand Street and house one engine company. The emergency center will be a two-story, 3,500-square-foot facility where first responders and others will gather after an earthquake or other major disaster. Both buildings are expected to be open in about a year.  
 
Jon Kawamoto
Don Grant Track Club member Anthony Jones won the 100 meter dash at the Region 14 Junior Olympic Championships at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill on June 27. Jones won with a personal best time of 13.70 seconds, said Don Grant coach Ralph Walker.  
 
Jon Kawamoto
When dogs are off leash, they are able to properly distance themselves from things that scare them. When dogs are on leash and can't get away, they may react or behave defensively.  
 
On Tuesday the council will consider final passage of the ordinance approving its development agreement with Alameda Point Partners, the team of developers behind the project that has been hailed as a milestone for the future of the former U.S. Navy base.  
 
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The proposed haul-out, which the City Council will learn about Tuesday, also would move the seals further away from the $50 million ferry maintenance facility that WETA plans to build at the former U.S. Navy base.  
 
Follow Berkeley's lead on bicyclistsAs an Alameda driver who tries, sincerely, to respect crosswalks, I welcomed the recent "Pedestrian Decoy Operation" (not sure about the "decoy" part, though).  
 
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Five delicious noshes for that picnic basket

Ready to dine al fresco? Picnic cocktails, addictive fried chicken and tasty salads add up to a quintet of delicious treats for your outdoor feast. 
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Did Tiger Woods cheat with Amanda Dufner?

Lindsey Vonn reportedly caught golfer with his competitor’s ex-wife, which is likely why they aren’t dating anymore.