Recently, I was in Hawaii visiting my daughter and her family. They gave us a suite with a bed, bath and kitchenette, plus space for a sofa, and a room for exercises and using small weights. That night I was still oscillating between Pacific and Hawaii time when I woke up around 3 a.m.
We took advantage of the beautiful weather last weekend and rode our bikes to Alameda Point for brunch at Firebrand Bakery Café. The Cross Alameda Trail from Jean Sweeney Park to Seaplane Lagoon Waterfront Promenade was bustling with cyclists of all ages.
Fentanyl remains a significant threat throughout the state. Illegally made fentanyl is available on the drug market in different forms. The powder version is commonly mixed with drugs like heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine and made into pills that resemble prescription pain medication.
The Alameda Police Department (APD) announced they suspect no foul play was involved in the death of a man who appeared to have fallen from the Alameda Civic Center Parking Structure on Aug. 5. APD announced their conclusion on Thursday, Aug. 24.
The tragic wildfires in Hawai'i have claimed the lives of more than 100 individuals — with more than 1,000 individuals still unaccounted for — leaving thousands displaced and causing the heartbreaking destruction of homes, businesses, and centuries of Hawaiian heritage in the historic town of Lah
If we’re paying attention and have put some effort into growing up and understanding the world, instead of insisting that it conform to our wishes (good luck!), we recognize that the structure that routine provides becomes more necessary as we mature, and our lives become deeper and more complica
I just spent some time in the Republic of Korea and there were a few things about the experience that were startlingly poignant. We spent most of our time there in Seoul, a city of 25 million people.