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Exploring Yoga

Apr 03,2014

The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco will present Yoga: The Art of Transformation on Wednesday, April 9, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Regina K. Stafford Meeting Room at the Main Library, 1550 Oak St. The program coincides with an exhibition of the same name at the Asian Art Museum.

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Help Stamp Out Malaria

Apr 03,2014

The Red Cross clubs at Alameda’s high schools are currently raising funds for Nothing But Nets, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sending mosquito nets to Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Home Sales Down, Prices Up, Realtors Report

Apr 03,2014

California home sales fell in February, but housing inventory increased as sellers gear up for the spring home-buying season, the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.) reported on March 17.

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Works to Demo Gum Cleaning

Apr 03,2014

On Tuesday, April 8, from 9 to 10 a.m. the Public Works Department will host a deep-cleaning demonstration on Park Street between Santa Clara and Central Avenue.

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Cashman Rides for AIDS

Mar 27,2014

Alameda residents John Cashman, Diane Runyan and Nita Greganti are once again joining the AIDS LifeCycle bicycle ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles travelling 545 miles to support the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF).

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Marketplace Upgrading Lots

Mar 27,2014

The Alameda Marketplace announced recently it will be sharing a brand, new parking lot under  construction at the intersection of Park Street, Tilden Way and Lincoln Avenue.

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Student Speeches to be Awarded

Mar 20,2014

Alameda students in grades nine through 12 who have written speeches with the theme: “Celebrating the Legacy of Nelson Mandela” will receive cash awards for their efforts Saturday, March 22, noon to 2 p.m. at the Alameda Main Library, 1550 Oak St.

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Courtesy photo Alameda Resident Annette Sandoval’s Women are Like Chickens can be ordered now.

Local Pens New Novel

Mar 20,2014

Alameda resident Annette Sandoval is a prolific writer who often sets her works in the Bay Area. Women Are Like Chickens is her latest novel, the story of four Mexican American friends raised in San Francisco during the 1980s.

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