Alameda Sun

Get Well Soon, Dennis

Dec 07,2021

As many of our dear readers may have heard through one grapevine or another, our esteemed publisher, mentor and friend, Dennis “The Menace” Evanosky has been forced to take an extended leave of absence due to an ongoing health situation, effective as of last week.

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Subscriber Gets Front-Porch Surprise

Jul 30,2020

Alameda Sun publisher Dennis Evanosky looks with wonder at the six boxes with some 1,200 newspapers that the post office delivered to the same address last Friday. A subscriber called the Sun office to say that she had all these newspapers on her front porch.

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Congratulations, Class of 2020!

Jun 18,2020

Given the historic events of the early part of 2020, the Class of 2020 will forever hold a special place in history as class that had their graduation ceremonies deferred, delayed or denied.

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Class of 2020 Issue Coming Next Week

Jun 07,2020

Encinal High School’s 2020 class valedictorian Zander Lack, who will attend Stanford in the fall, poses for a photo at the class graduation celebration at Alameda Theater.

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Toward a More Equitable Society

Jun 07,2020

Soon after this paper was founded, Nightline, a daily television news program hosted by Ted Koppel opened the phone lines to the nation one spring night in 2003 and asked the question, “What is the most racist city in America?” One caller offered: “Alameda, California.”

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Thank you, Alameda

Jun 04,2020

Publishers and Staff of the Alameda Sun would like to thank our family of advertisers, subscribers and donors for keeping the Sun shining.

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What it Really Takes to Run a Newspaper

May 02,2019

Business owners and organizations, take note. There are some myths going around in Alameda about the Alameda Sun. That it’s the place where anyone from anywhere can just send in notices of events, and — at no cost to anyone — people all over town read about them.

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Please Consider Supporting Sun

Dec 28,2017

Each Thursday, the Alameda Sun distributes 23,500 copies of this newspaper throughout Alameda. The Sun prides itself in being a locally owned newspaper that covers nothing but Alameda.

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