Alameda: Bay Farm Elementary students celebrate Dr. Seuss
Bay Farm Elementary students in Alameda celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday as part of the nationwide Read Across America event held Monday.
Miramonte High girls basketball team bolts out to 20-6 lead over Encinal in the first five minutes at Saint Mary's College and earns 94-42 victory in North Coast Section Division III title game
The Friends of Crown Beach say they hope to collect 6,000 signatures of registered Island voters so that they can put the "Initiative for Expansion of Open Space at Crab Cove" before voters in Alameda.
The draft document, which state officials must certify, follows the Alameda City Council rezoning the neighborhood near the entrance to Robert Crown Memorial State Beach in July 2012 as a potential site for housing under the current Housing Element.
Running out of land is only HBIA's faultHarbor Bay Isle Associates is conducting a campaign of intimidation calculated to wear down the Harbor Bay Isle Planned Unit Development homeowners, the Planning Board and the City Council in their attempt to gain approval of an 80-home development where the
Gil Garitano, director of the Alameda Art Association, demonstrated a new art technique called sublimation and has taken the process Dupont created with its Corian invention and applied it to print making.
The art of Georgia O'Keeffe will be in focus at the Alameda Free Library on Wednesday, when docent Marsha Holm of the de Young Museum in San Francisco will speak about the painter's time at Lake George.
Developers are hard at work on Capone's Speakeasy at 1400 Park, across Central Avenue from Starbucks in Alameda and the bar and lounge is going up in a bank building that dates to 1888 but was renovated in the 1920s, the time period the new venue aims to recreate.
The Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter 2014-2017 strategic plan is finished! The long-term vision is for a new facility designed around the needs of the animals that also serves as a community resource to provide educational programs.
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Who are these soldiers? After 150 years, we now know.
The Library of Congress, which owns the rare tintype, had described it as an "unidentified company of soldiers" anonymous Yankees whose stories and fates seemed forgotten. Full Story
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SXSW Music Picks: Chain Gang of 1974 buzzes into Texas
Also meet Adrian Marcel, one of Oakland's most promising R&B talents.
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Oops! Obama misspells Aretha Franklin's iconic song
The president omitted a letter from the singer's 'R-E-S-P-E-C-T' while praising her at a White House celebration.