The Preacher’s Daughter Café will be the location for a special fundraising art exhibit Sunday, April 24, benefitting the people of Cherkasy, Ukraine.
The City of Alameda is planning for more housing because we are facing a crisis. There are Alamedans sleeping outside, in parks, and in tents. There are Alameda Unified School District students who live with their family in cars. There are older adults living on Alameda’s streets.
Editor’s Note: Rabbi Steven Chester of Temple Israel of Alameda traveled to Poland with 24 other Reform Rabbis and Cantors recently to offer aid to Ukrainian refugees (“Alameda Rabbi Offers Much Needed Aid to Ukrainians,” April 12). Here is a summary of day 2 and 3 of his trip.
Most of us have seen small brown birds that flit from the ground to a bush or tree just as you start to look at them; they are common in parks and at bird feeders throughout Alameda — but the description fits more than one species of birds.
The USS Hornet Museum will be holding an event to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid with a presentation, special exhibit and more on Saturday, April 16th. The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The main event starts at 11 a.m.