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Man vs. Nature

Marjorie Lynne Wagner — painter, photographer and poet — recently moved from a remote studio on Alameda Point to a space in Autobody Fine Art at 1517 Park St. “to get more into the thick of things,” she says. Mounted outside the door of her new studio are the words “Art Nature Environment,” summarizing her passions and the threads connecting all her work.
June 28, 2012

Where to Browse Now

Things, in addition to fireworks and the American flag, are popping up around Alameda this month. A new slew of retailers offer items at a good price, and one offers beautiful items worthy of big-city chic.
June 28, 2012

A Life Well Spent

acob Battersby, 36, is better known in the hip-hop world as Celsius 7 and also performs as part of Psychokinetics; he recently released his second solo album, Life Well Spent.
June 28, 2012

Look Who’s …

Therese Hauer, a mother of four and a retired Alameda schoolteacher, says she’s “new” to town, as she has only lived in Alameda for 59 years.
June 28, 2012

Take 5

Melissa Margolis is a local accupuncturist and Harvard grad who spent two years in medical school at UCSF.
June 28, 2012

Overdue Concept

Tucked in the back of the main branch of the Alameda Free Library is a place where you won’t be shushed, but actually encouraged to eat, drink and talk.
June 28, 2012

Art Outlet

When Yellow Tail Japanese Bistro moved out of 1315 Park St., it left behind a potential venue too choice for some to pass up.
June 28, 2012

Media Shelf

Books from the Bay Area
June 28, 2012

The Six Questions

Donna Fong, 45, barbecue pitmaster and molecular biologist
June 28, 2012

By the Numbers

Alameda Naval Air Museum
June 28, 2012