Editorial

Airing Gov. Newsom’s French Laundry

Dec 10,2020

The French Laundry capers starring Governor Gavin Newsom and Mayor London Breed bear striking parallels to the allegory Animal Farm that are inescapable to the discerning “unwoke” and to stodgy objectivists.

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When Times Get Tough, Alameda Gets Going

Dec 10,2020

It’s become fashionable to deride 2020 as “annus horribilis” but I prefer to see it as a near biblical test of Alameda’s resolve and resiliency to which we have responded admirably.

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Time to Take the High Road, Mr. President

Dec 03,2020

To all you Donald Trump supporters: I understand the disappointment that your candidate lost. I understand you may question the results of the election. I understand you may have reservations about Biden and Harris.

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A Student’s View on Alameda Transit

Nov 12,2020

As a high school senior at Alameda High School who frequented AC Transit buses to get home from school and around town, I’ve been thinking a lot about the effects of COVID on mass transit ridership within Alameda and the Bay.

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Chowin’ Down on the Gravy Train

Nov 05,2020

The recent article “Mayor Weighs in on Caltrans Project,” Oct. 29, reports on “a bike-pedestrian only bridge connecting Oakland” and the City of West Alameda.

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A Tale of Two Tenants: Disputes and Solutions

Nov 05,2020

Two families in an Alameda apartment building had a brewing feud for years. It started when the downstairs tenants, the Smiths, complained about the late-night footsteps and television noise coming from the occupants of the upstairs apartment, the Johnsons.

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