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Rusty Blazenhoff is the Queen of Kitsch

The Alameda resident captures the zeitgeist of now—and back then.
December 8, 2014

Rusty Blazenhoff is the Queen of Kitsch

Rusty Blazenhoff captures the zeitgeist of now—and back then.
December 2, 2014

New Café Is the Cat’s Meow

Trendy business pairs kitties with caffeinated humans.
December 1, 2014

New Café Is the Cat’s Meow

Trendy business pairs kitties with caffeinated humans.
December 1, 2014

She’s Jamming in Dallas

Amanda Jamitinya brings it on in the Roller Derby World Cup.
December 1, 2014

She’s Jamming in Dallas

Amanda Jamitinya brings it on in the Roller Derby World Cup.
December 1, 2014

Gathering for the Arts Pops Up in the East Bay

Alameda resident Yollanda Gonzales started hosting an art salon in her apartment every month last year until her audience outgrew her space. Now she holds her salon in various places around the East Bay, as a pop-up venue that may move its location but doesn’t lose its vibe.
October 2, 2014

Julia Park Tracey Appointed Alameda Poet Laureate

Alameda has a new poet laureate, the second it the city’s history: Julia Park Tracey. Tracey, 51, is an award-winning writer, editor, journalist, and activist who was appointed in September to a two-year term in the honorary position.
October 2, 2014

Greetings From Alameda

Greetings from Alameda displays historic postcards collected by Gary Lenhart at AlamedaInfo.com.
September 4, 2014

New Life for The UC Theatre

The benighted and newly engaged couple of Brad and Janet, the doomed Dr. Frank-N-Furter, and the rest of the zany crew from Transsexual, Transylvania, are headed back to Berkeley. The UC Theatre on University Avenue, which hosted the longest running sequence of The Rocky Horror Picture Show midnight screenings, is going to open its doors again after 14 years, and the interactive, costumed late-night romp will once again be welcome, says David Mayeri, the board president of the nonprofit group behind the theater’s resurrection. But film will be only a small part of the offerings on tap at the new UC, which closed its doors in 2001 when Landmark Theatres balked at investing more than $1 million for seismic upgrades.
September 4, 2014