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Alameda News & Politics

The Video Arcade Comes of Age

Those well-versed in the history of video games fondly remember the heyday of the video arcade in the late ’70s and early ’80s. There, among the mullet-coiffed in a spirit of camaraderie fueled by nacho cheese Doritos and Mountain Dew, records were broken on classic games like Donkey Kong and Pac-Man. All for the price of a fistful of quarters.
November 4, 2013

Out on the Town

August 30, 2013

Tomales Bay

For travelers who want to disconnect from their busy work weeks and re-connect with nature, Tomales Bay in Marin County may be just the place.
July 1, 2013

Media Shelf

Books from the Bay Area
July 1, 2013

Three Don't-Miss Shop Ops

Retail Roundup
July 1, 2013

Man About Town

A.J. “Lil” Arnerich is a former minor league professional baseball player, city council member, vice mayor, and supervisor for Alameda Recreation and Park Department athletics.
July 1, 2013

He's a Believer

John Beall is a fitness trainer-turned-chiropractor and owner of Rise Bodyworks, a multifaceted sports, fitness, and wellness clinic in Alameda.
July 1, 2013

Motivationally Speaking

While I have been exercising for a while, my wife keeps complaining about wanting to lose weight but isn’t doing anything about it.
July 1, 2013

Jazzed Up

Artists like Carl Weingarten know that inspiration can strike any time.
July 1, 2013

Growing Native

When Jeff Bridge first heard about the opening for a manager at Ploughshares Nursery, he “leapt at the chance,” he says. “I had worked in mainstream nurseries for awhile and I had volunteered with invasive species eradication projects along creeks and beaches.
July 1, 2013