Alameda

Dennis Evanosky  Lyle La Faver holds a translation of his poem “Death on the Square.” The actions of the Chinese at Tiananmen Square in the summer of 1989 so impressed La Faver that he wrote a poem about the events. His poem so impressed one of his colleagues that the colleague translated the poem into Mandarin.

Local Has Prolific Writing Career

Jul 21,2016

 

While writing a story about Alameda resident Lyle La Faver’s poetry, I discovered that I had much more to tell. I learned that, not unlike me, ink flowed in La Faver’s veins. He spent most of his life writing not just poems but news copy — lots of news copy. 

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Sailors Race to Hawaii

Jul 21,2016

 

Several sailboat racing teams based in Alameda are competing in the Pacific Cup (Pac Cup) “Fun Race to Hawaii,” which kicked off last week.

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Annual City Swim Meet Coming Soon

Jul 21,2016

 

The 62nd Annual City of Alameda Swim Championships Alameda is ready to kick off at the Encinal High School Swim Center Friday, Aug. 5, through Sunday, Aug. 7.

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Bae Wins AWGC Event

Jul 21,2016

 

Jenny Bae won the Alameda Golf Club’s net tournament event last Thursday, July 14, with a net 68.

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‘Loophole’ a Clear Policy Decision

Jul 21,2016

 

This is in response to Monty Heyings’s commentary (”Vote Cements Loophole for Alameda Landlords,” July 14) concerning the fixed-term lease “loophole” in the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance. I am neither a residential landlord nor a tenant.

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