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Conchita Perales Gives the Alameda Legacy Home Tour a Twist

The chair of the annual self-guided preservation tour introduces girl power and Julia Morgan into the mix.
September 20, 2018

Cooper Teare Runs His Way to the Top

The former Pilot and current Oregon Duck is the best and fastest runner in the history of Saint Joe’s and Alameda, but he’s also one of the fastest high school distance runners ever from California.
September 14, 2018

Sue Matthews Has a Way With Watercolor

The Alameda artist works from photos to detail boats, watery reflections, lagoons, and portraits that she then paints.
September 11, 2018

Spreading a Message of Hope to End Suicide

Nancy Salamy is trying to end suicide one call, text, and program at a time.
September 6, 2018

Storytelling, Travel, and a Book Club Keep Pam Chun Busy

The Alameda author may be between books, but she is as occupied with words as ever through trips, reading, and entertaining kids.
August 27, 2018

The A’s Dave Kaval Is In

The congenial and energetic team president talks stadiums, designated hitters, and rabbits.
June 21, 2018

Entrepreneurs Erin Levine and Sky Pace Build Business Their Way

The Alameda couple is pushing the envelope on friendly divorce and the craft soda industry from their Bronze Coast bungalow.
June 12, 2018

Surrealism Frees Her Soul

Natalie Peisl paints the meanderings of her mind.
June 12, 2018

Grim Future Predicted for Bay Area Housing

Karen Chapple, a UC professor of urban planning, sees less economic, ethnic, and racial diversity unless planners implement a philosophical shift in policy.
June 11, 2018

Alameda Makes Its First Public Art Fund Distributions

The West End Arts and Entertainment District, Rhythmix Cultural Works, and Sacred & Profane are the recipients of $67,500 in cultural arts grants.
June 11, 2018