Story time from Tales of the Arabian Nights at the Old Bazaar room inside Lost City Antiques, 1519 Park St., tonight, Friday, Jan. 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. Join a reading about Aladdin and his magic lamp and other stories inside a room filled with fantastical objects from stories in the book.
Fans of the Island City will be glad to know one of Alameda’s greatest promoters, photographer JoanAnn Radu-Sinaiko, has produced a new calendar for 2016. Along with her husband, Andy Sinaiko, JoanAnn has produced a calendar of her Alameda photos since 2005.
Frank Bette Center for the Arts is presenting a Pop-Up Art show throughout the month of February.
All the art projects were helmed by Alameda women artists. The show is in the Signature Gallery at Frank Bette’s Center for the Arts at 1601 Paru Ave.
Last month, Alamedan Dawn Lemoine, brought the 80-year-old Oakland Christmas Bird Count into the modern age while adding one more year of information about birds to the growing National Audubon and Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology databases.
Fruit trees can be planted in fall, winter, or spring, but only in winter are bare root trees available.
The opening ceremony for Calimar, by artist Rossella Scapini, was held on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021, at the artwork’s new home on the Alameda Point shoreline overlooking the Bay Trail near the Ron Cowan Central Bay Operations and Maintenance Facility.
Rhythmix Cultural Works is gearing up with an exciting new season for 2022, bringing you art, culture, community and music in a mix of online, in-person and outdoor offerings. Kicking off the new year on Jan.