My eyes are closed I’m exploring other planets with my body unmoving Swirling colors suspended in infinite darkness Satin stars and sparkling universes close enough to touch I meet new people in my little world I listen to their thoughts and ambitions From this vantage point I can see so much I c
Last week the City of Alameda restriped Park Street from Encinal Avenue to Clinton Avenue, extending existing Park Street roadway changes to the south.
Spring has sprung and so have the weeds at Jean Sweeney Open Space Park. The Alameda Kiwanis and Alameda Rotary clubs have joined forces to pick weeds and collect trash. Kiwanis funded installation of the playground structure and Rotary, the pavilion and picnic area.
For Christians, the Lenten season of asceticism honors the mythical Jesus and his great sacrifice. For me, it means trying to avoid another surreal visit from the Easter Bunny, who drops in suddenly, usually when I’m sitting outside reading.
The Alameda Chamber of Commerce announced last week it has established a 501(c)(3) foundation to conduct and support the Chamber’s educational and charitable programs. The programs focus on business, leadership, and community challenges and development.
Each year Girls Inc. of the Island City selects extraordinary local Women Who Dare awardees who truly exemplify the group’s motto “strong, smart, and bold” and provide powerful role models for girls. This year the organization has chosen to celebrate Rep.