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A new theater group has formed in Alameda — The Food Bank Players — and their first project is A. R. Gurney’s dog comedy, Sylvia. Performances will take place at 4 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays Sept. 4, 5, 11 and 12, in The Healing Garden on Webster Street at Taylor Avenue.
The East Bay Regional Park District is gathering community input about how to further develop its park at Crab Cove on Crown Beach. The park district acquired an extra four acres there in 2016.
After two years of construction, the renovation of Encinal Junior/Senior High School’s campus is complete. Last Friday, Aug. 6, students, staff, alumni, and community members gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony in front of the school’s new courtyard.
The City Council directed Alameda city staff to do further analysis on two housing types for the city’s proposed Homeless Housing Project at its July 20 meeting.