Feature Articles

Megan Lam, Henry Zhu, Winnie Zhou, Zobeir Hamid, Sandy Evsanaa, show off their suspension bridge that won first place in a recent Engineering Alliance for the Arts competition. Photo by Carlton Grizzle

ACLC Students Design Winning Bridge

May 08,2014

Alameda Community Learning Center’s (ACLC) engineering design and graphics students Winnie Zhou, Megan Lam, Sandy Evsanaa, Henry Zhu and Zobeir Hamid took home the first-place prize for their bridge design in the Engineering Alliance for the Arts (EAA) competition held on April 26 in San Francisc

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APC receives donation.

Crab Feed Pays Dividends

May 08,2014

Alameda Education Association president, Audrey Hyman, left, joined Alameda Fire-fighters Local 689 president Jeff Del Bono, far right, in presenting a check for $8,300 to Alameda Point Collaborative (APC) Executive Director Doug Biggs.

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“A mother’s love is something that can carry you through the rest of your life.” — Eric J. Kos

Celebrate Mother’s Day with All Your Heart, Spirit

May 08,2014

A pair of quotes adorn the walls inside Alameda’s beautiful, bright and airy Christian Science church, at Walnut Street and Central Avenue: “God Is Love” and “Divine love always has met and always will meet every human need” from Christian Science founder Mary Baker Eddy. 

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Photo by Jeff Cambra. The San Francisco Bay Trail comes to an abrupt end near the USS Hornet at Alameda Point. As the Point develops, the city plans to extend the trail.

City committed to continuing Bay Trail at Alameda Point

May 01,2014

Extending the Bay Trail around Alameda Point has long been one of Bike Walk Alameda’s long-term visions. When the Alameda Naval Air Station closed in 1997, proponents of the Bay Trail project recognized the opportunity to complete a major section of the San Francisco Bay perimeter trail.

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Photos courtesy Bike Walk Alameda, The track on Fernside Boulevard protects children cycling.

Bike Walk Alameda: Advocacy in Action

May 01,2014

A little over a year ago, Bike Alameda and Pedestrian Friendly Alameda joined forces to become Bike Walk Alameda (BWA). The transition was amazingly smooth, primarily because the mission statements from each organization combined so easily. The new mission of Bike Walk Alameda is:

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