Editorial

Local Canine Takes Notes on Adapting to New Virus Lifestyle

May 07,2020

Life is always full of pluses and minuses. On the plus side our streets are cleaner. On the minus side I haven’t seen a partially eaten burrito in weeks! You can no longer count on an evening’s stroll to find fast food containers with fries or burger remnants sitting by the wayside.

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Original Art by Colin Close &nbsp&nbsp Webster Street is the new Mecca for take-out food.

Lines Forming for West End Businesses

May 07,2020

The Alameda Sun’s West End correspondent here, sharing the latest and greatest ways to eat on the West End. It’s a veritable smorgasbord-in-place in the Webster Street district.

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A Plea for the Earth

Apr 30,2020

March of 2020 turned all of our lives on their heads, especially those of patients, medical personnel and the newly unemployed and all news is now focused on the pandemic. This does not change the underlying fact that a much larger threat to our well-being is still lurking.

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Students Launch ‘Grateful for Alameda’ Effort

Apr 30,2020

Community Action for a Sustainable Alameda (CASA) is proud of the Alameda community’s response to the impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Neighbors are helping neighbors, young people are shopping for seniors, and the local frontline work force is keeping Alamedans safe.

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Now is the Time to Shift the Paradigm

Apr 23,2020

“Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got, till it’s gone,” wrote Joni Mitchell in her song “Big Yellow Taxi.” Perhaps the students of Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) and elsewhere, are beginning to realize that they might not have known what they had — and now it’s

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