AI machines out-thinking humans, drones spying on the masses, and umbilical-cord-attached smartphones might indicate a little too much tech.
She inspired us like no other for this inaugural achievement.
Teachers and leaders, scientists and artists, natives and transplants, these people left the East Bay poorer for their passing but a richer place for the memories, the works, and the legacies they left behind. We bid farewell to the friends and heroes we lost this year and remember the ways that they touched our lives.
A literary baker who loves pies and her bread-loving partner bring a French-inspired take to Park Street.
TV science geeks Adam Savage and Jamie Hyeman have one season left on the Discovery Channel, but their wacky experiments, explosions, and goofy ideas will live on, thanks to the Science Channel.
Roosters, scooters, frogs, and kittens are on the list of Alamedans’ favorite and not-so-favorite presents.
Alameda’s Rev. Beth Foote of Fremont’s St. Anne’s Episcopal Church likes what BART could mean for the Island.
A Cal Academy senior scientist studies the larger Pacific striped octopuses, sometimes in his at-home Alameda Lab.
What’s your go-to Alameda restaurant dish?
Alamedans confess to varying states of preparedness when it comes to earthquake planning.