Readers share their thoughts on our November issue.
The 2018 election is shaping up as a fight between two of the city’s most influential groups.
The Alameda City Council’s progressive, pro-growth majority has rejected four of the mayor’s planning board choices this year.
Alameda Point Collaborative board member Kathryn Sáenz Duke talks about how to end homelessness and poverty.
Some environmentalists want to build a solar farm atop the Doolittle dump. But not everyone is on board.
Alameda cannabis groups are fighting industry heavyweights —and each other.
Readers sound off on our cover story.
Alameda landlords successfully blocked the city’s new tenant-backed just cause eviction law—and started a new war in the process.
After Lum Elementary closed in June because of earthquake risks, Alameda parents have been hustling to find new schools for their kids this fall.
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