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 May-June 2009

May-June 2009


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May-June 2009, Volume 9, Number 3

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May-June Features

Smoke Point

by Mary McInerney

It’s hard to find one of the newest businesses on Webster Street. There aren’t any signs anywhere or advertisements in the local newspapers or magazines. There aren’t any flags or balloons to...

Whiz Kids

by Mary Lee Shalvoy

With seven high schools and about 4,000 high school students, Alameda can be a tough place to stand out and take the lead. This year, 14 graduating seniors have done that, leaving a legacy that...

May-June Departments


by Jeff Diamond

Rosé Rises to Many Occasions


Find Local Events Here

Second Helpings

by Wanda Hennig

Chocolate Pie Wins Out

Eating Out

by Candace Murphy

Want Fries With That? Gym Food Grows Up

Taste of the Town

by Derk Richardson

Glenview Delizioso Marzano Conveys Southern Italy


by Woody Minor

The Del Monte Warehouse,an Icon of Alameda’s Industrial Past, Endures


by Sarah Lavender Smith

An Etiquette Expert Helps Kids(and Grown-Ups) Boost Their Social Skills


by Susan Kuchinskas

Donna Mae Montgomery and Multi-Media


by Judith M. Gallman

Photography By Peter Tonningsen

Just Between Us

by Gina Jaber

Mind the Gap

Around Town

by Wanda Hennig

If you know what you’re looking for, you won’t miss Cycles of Change APC, the nonprofit bike shop that’s tucked into a section of a huge warehouse across from the Alameda Point Collaborative...

From the Editor

by Judith M. Gallman

Kids Today

Treasure Hunt

by Karen Granados

Global Treasures at Your Doorstep

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