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Alameda Magazine

Can Natel Help Reverse Climate Change?

The founders of the Alameda hydroelectric power company think its turbines and hydro restoration technology are aligned for big results.
December 06, 2018

Will Alameda Consolidate Its Two High Schools?

A discussion about consolidating Alameda and Encinal high schools has revived old questions of inequity in the Island’s school system.
December 05, 2018

Alameda Ferry Center Is Full Steam Ahead

Alameda Point just became home to the Bay Area’s emergency operations center, and officials hope to open the new ferry terminal at Seaplane Lagoon in early 2020.
December 03, 2018

Swimmer Craig Coombs Circles Alameda in Record Time

The Alamedan master’s open-water swimmer takes the hard way around Alameda, accomplishing a new first.
November 19, 2018

Painting and Drawing Outside the Lines

The Impressionists as well as contemporary watercolorists and past teachers inform Alameda artist Margaret Fago’s style.
November 08, 2018

Removing the Hate from Haight

Students, parents, and staff are scheduled to vote this month for a new name for Henry Haight Elementary School.
November 07, 2018

Blowing in the Wind

As the city of Alameda grapples with leaf blower use, unanswered questions about dust could give operators pause.
November 06, 2018

Art That Soothes the Soul

Amy Tanathorn creates paintings and prints inspired from the cultural and spiritual iconography of Southeast Asia.
October 22, 2018

Alameda Brings Back the Citizen Police Academy

APD offers civilians a behind-the-scenes look at police work.
October 08, 2018

Floating Homes in Alameda Have Big Fans

Barnhill Marina is a colorful community of 42 houses bobbing peacefully on the Oakland Estuary in Alameda across from Jack London Square. To be clear, these aren’t houseboats — these are floating dockside houses that have no motors and aren’t designed to go anywhere.
October 05, 2018