Feature Articles

Last week I introduced the Alameda Sun’s readers to some real estate terms that they should be familiar with if they want to better understand the Island City’s evolving landscape, both physical and political.

Bundling and unbundling sounds like what you do with children and babies when they come in from the cold. In the real estate world, they apply to parking. Does each unit come with parking spaces (bundled), or are the parking spaces sold separately (unbundled). Who cares, you ask? You do — if you live and/or drive in Alameda.

Beginning Jan. 1, 2015, enforcement will begin for Alameda County Waste Management Authority’s (ACWMA) Mandatory Recycling Ordinance, which requires all businesses and multi-family homes in Alameda to collect food scraps for recycling.

Alameda’s Toys For Tots program needs your help

The Alameda Collaborative for Children, Youth and their Families, Alameda Unifed School District (AUSD), Alameda Food Bank, Alameda Red Cross Youth and other community organizations are once again working in partnership with the U.S Marine Corps Toys For Tots program to assure that all low-income Alameda families receive Holiday Toys for their children.

It wouldn’t be Christmas in Alameda without Alameda Civic Ballet’s Nutcracker.

Alameda Civic Ballet (ACB) is celebrating its 10th annual production of a full-length Nutcracker ballet by bringing Marena Pérez and Carlos Madera to Alameda.

They will be dancing the roles of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Cavalier in Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet in performances at 2 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 20 and 21, at Kofman Auditorium, 2200 Central Ave.

Left to right: Marge Schultz, Anna Martinez and Beth Kromer were the bell ringers at last year’s holiday concert at the First Congregational Church.

The music department at First Congregational Church of Alameda, United Church of Christ invites the community to experience the wonder of the season. The department presents its Annual Christmas Concert entitled, "The Stars Will Dance" on Sunday, Dec. 14, at 6 p.m. in the church sanctuary.

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