It is common for us in Geezerville to suffer from chronic medical issues. My issue has caused me to visit a clinic on Tuesdays for several months. These visits are generally very pleasant; the nurses are pretty and amiable, and the doctors kind, competent and efficient.
Reimagining police services: Last summer, in response to incidents of racial violence and injustice across the country, including in Alameda, the City Manager convened a steering committee of four African American community members to assist with the formation of subcommittees to explore and make
On Jan. 30, Embarc Alameda quietly opened its doors after years of advocacy and working with local community groups across the island. Local residents John Ngu and Ryan Agabao have been working toward this moment since legalization and are now seeing their dream come to fruition.
From the killing fields of Marash, Turkey, in 1920 to America and from the dustbowl in Amarillo, Tex., to California in 1935, We Armenians Survived! Battle of Marash 1920 and Written Works of Glen Chesnut both tell remarkable stories.