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Alameda is located on an island of the same name in the San Francisco Bay, just south of Oakland, California. It boasts the only pedestrian/bicycle-only drawbridge in the U.S. A common site from this island are the wind surfers and kite surfer who frequent the Crown Memorial State Beach and Shoreline Drive. Also visible from the beach are the San Francisco â€“ Oakland Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline.
Local Newspapers: Alameda Sun
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: College of Alameda
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Curtain Calls by Sally Hogarty: Staged readings continue through summer at B8
B8 Theatre's staged readings of new works continues every weekend through mid-August. Celebrating local playwrights, the readings are held at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and at 2 p.m. Sundays.Woodminster Summer Musicals to present classic a South Pacifica
After its hugely successful run of "Mamma Mia!" Woodminster Summer Musicals is set to present Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic "South Pacific" early next month in the Oakland hills as part of its 51st season. Crowds who came to see the ABBA-inspired musical in July broke records for a show's full run, its opening night and for the largest attendance on a Saturday, according to Producers Associates, which stages the musicals each year in Joaquin Miller Park.Breathalyzer detects whether or not someone is driving while high
Once it is officially legal next year, one of the biggest issues facing California is the potential for an increase in drugged driving. One Bay Area company says they've developed a breathalyzer that can help law enforcement detect whether or not someone driving while high.Man caught on camera flipping Mexican food vendor's cart
Video of a confrontation between a street vendor and a man walking his dog in Los Angeles is circulating online and stirring public outrage. The vendor, Benjamin Ramirez , told KTLA he began recording when the man, who spoke in Spanish, demanded, "Move the cart, or I'm going to move it myself."See A's-Giants 'Battle of the Bay' on Aug. 2 at East Bay venues
The Alameda Theatre and Cineplex, popular for hosting the Golden State Warriors Watch Parties during the NBA playoffs and finals this year, will host the Aug. 2 "Battle of the Bay" game between the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants. The Oakland A's is sponsoring the event to show the game against the Giants at AT&T Park.Hundreds gather for Buddhist Temple of Alameda's Obon festival
Dancers wearing colorful yukata, summer kimono, and happi coats representing various Bay Area Buddhist temples, begin the Bon Odori, or dancing, at the Buddhist Temple of Alameda's Obon festival on July 22. The Obon festival is a celebration of joy and gratitude to the memory of deceased family members. A crowd estimated at around 500 people gathered for the festival and dancing July 22. ALAMEDA - A festive crowd estimated at 500 people took advantage of the warm summer night on July 22 to attend the Buddhist Temple of Alameda's Obon festival, which is held every year to pay respects and to show gratitude to ancestors.Alameda police calls: Two laptops stolen at Starbucks
Grand theft : Someone entered a business in the 1500 block of Park Street and stole a bicycle, police said. The theft was reported about noon.Eyes on the Street: Pedalfest Celebrates Everything About Bikes
A view of the parade of outrageous bikes at Pedalfest. Photo Streetsblog/Rudick The 7th annual Pedalfest in Jack London Square took place on Saturday, and was packed with bikes and bike lovers of all stripes.30-foot-deep, 65-foot-wide train trench quiets rails near San Gabriel Mission
A 1.4-mile-long railroad trench that went into service today at the Mission Road overpass means that for the first time in 143 years, trains will not frequently interrupt the silence at the historic San Gabriel Mission. Officials from across the San Gabriel Valley were on hand to welcome the movement of the first train through the $313 million trench, past the venerable mission and under four major streets that have until now been frequently blocked by freight trains.Posey Tube between Alameda, Oakland to close for electrical work
The Posey Tube, which carries traffic from Alameda into Oakland, will close for several nights next week for electrical work, Caltrans announced.Alameda's Art & Wine Faire returns this weekend with even more entertainment
Terri Barajas pours a 2016 Rock Wall Blanc de Blancs sparkling wine at Downtown Alameda's 32nd Annual Art & Wine Faire held along Park Street in Alameda on July 30, 2016. The two-day weekend street festival features over 300 arts, crafts, and food vendors.Another auto repair business won't go in at Alameda site, city decides
Big Discount Tire Pros is moving from Park Street and San Jose Avenue, and another auto repair business will not be moving in to replace it. On Tuesday, the City Council voted to uphold the Planning Board's May decision to terminate the conditional use permit that allowed the tire business after nearby residents said it was not the right fit for the neighborhood.Alameda's Adoptable Pets: Being your cat's best friend
Cats are famous for their independent nature. It's why so many of us prefer them as pets.Looking for grunion? East Bay parks leading outing at Alameda's Crown beach
East Bay Regional Park District naturalist Susan Ramos will be leading a July 25 special outing to search for small silver fish called grunion at Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach. Registration is open for the 1:30 to 3:30 a.m. July 25 and the 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. Aug. 22 outings.Shelter-in-place lifted in Alameda after report of man with gun
A "shelter in place" warning was lifted Saturday morning after an overnight report of a man with a gun, police said. The incident began around 11:45 p.m. on the 900 block of Pearl Street in Alameda on Friday after a report of an armed man, who reportedly went inside a residence.Balmy weekend weather in forecast for Bay Area
Luca Virgillito and his sister, Isabella Virgillito, play on the monkey bars at San Bruno City Park in San Bruno. Luca Virgillito and his sister, Isabella Virgillito, play on the monkey bars at San Bruno City Park in San Bruno.Live old style radio show set for Alameda on Saturday
Old time radio fans can watch a live performance of a show on Saturday, when they can also bid during an auction of vintage radios and electronic gear. The show will be set in San Francisco in 1949 and will star Celeste Perry as Candy Matson, a private investigator who is looking into the death of a man found murdered on a San Francisco cable car.
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