A Magickal Little Night Market, set for tomorrow night from 6 to 9 p.m., is a collaboration between Feathered Outlaw, local vendors and artisans featuring mystical wares to enhance Alameda’s West End Arts District. The Webster Street-based market began in October 2019, and has thrived each month, enhancing the 1500 block’s foot traffic by several hundred each evening.
Alamedans elected a progressive and social justice-oriented majority on the City Council in 2018. It was an achievement for a city that calls itself the city of “homes and beaches,” a slogan that probably originated with the business and real estate interests. For decades, this slogan seemed to suit our idyllic town, and many people, but not all, benefited from this perspective.
Some of the humans who read my column may not realize we live on an island. Surrounded by water, opportunities abound for a local canine like myself. Alameda’s numerous waterfront trails intrigue the old guy who walks with me and provide me plenty of interest — and occasionally swimming! I love splashing and slurping in puddles. This does not include baths. What is it with humans washing out my carefully collected odors?
WABA is pleased to announce a range of West End eateries participating in Alameda Restaurant Week. Drop by each for delicious eats and a stamp towards completing a raffle card. Winners of the raffle will receive gift certificates to several Island restaurants!
Raffle cards are available at any participating restaurant. Collect six stamps during restaurant week, return the card back to any participating restaurant for a chance to win $1,000 in Alameda restaurant gift cards.