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Some Good Old-Fashioned Base Ball

Jul 14,2021

The Oakland Colonels took the field last Sunday in Washington Park. The Colonels are part of Bay Area Vintage Base Ball, a 15-year-old organization that uses the Spalding 1886 rulebook and strives for historical accuracy.

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Sideshows Continue Unabated at Point

Jul 13,2021

Sideshow activity and drag racing at Alameda Point has now become a weekend routine. Despite community outrage and being given a host of ideas on how to curb the activity, the city appears to be
doing nothing about it. Even the private security detail is absent when needed.

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The Island Cruisin’ mural by Hyde on Webster Street at Atlantic Avenue is one of the projects completed in conjunction with the Alameda Public Art program.

Stay in Tune with Your City

Jul 08,2021

City of Alameda

For the past 14 months, the Economic Development and Community Services Division of the City’s Community Development Department shifted it focus to providing resources to business owners and employees to respond to the pandemic.

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Join Us July 17 to Tour Old Town Alameda

Jul 08,2021

Alameda Sun publisher Dennis
Evanosky will lead a tour of the Town
of Alameda on Saturday, July 17.
The 60 minute tour begins at 9 a.m. Meet
at the fountain at Encinal Avenue and High
Street. There is no charge for the tour, but

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Cooper Teare (top) finished fourth in the 5,000-meter meet behind Paul Chelimo (right), Grant Fisher (bottom) and Woody Kincaid (left).

Teare Misses Olympics

Jul 08,2021

Alamedan Cooper Teare missed qualifying for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo by less than a second.

Teare competed in the men’s 5,000-meter (3.1 miles) race at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials at Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus Sunday, June 27.

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