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Alameda Magazine

Nancy Seamons Crookston Puts Color First

An Alameda oil portraitist picks her palette before her subject.
November 24, 2015

The Trespass, the Mayor and the Political Spat

The gulf between the mayor and her supporters and Alameda’s political establishment enter the arena of political appointments.
November 13, 2015

Why Alameda Has So Few Homeless Residents

Alameda’s general lack of services and vigilant if inhospitable police force combine keep homeless in Alameda at bay, with the help of some innovative social services.
April 08, 2015

Alameda and Encinal High Schools Will Each Survive

There will be no über high school, construction at Alameda Point inches closer to reality, and the mysterious bird goo has been identified.
April 04, 2015

David Burke Art Is Both Beautiful and Grotesque

An Alameda-born artist finds inspiration in nature and industry, contrasting them in his work.
April 04, 2015

Perata Hired to Lobby for Alameda

The city of Alameda turns to a familiar face to lead lobbying efforts on water, ferries, tsunami preparedness, road improvements, and traffic mitigations.
March 15, 2015

Tenacity Figures in Mayor Trish Spencer’s Win

Throughout her life, Trish Spencer has displayed an ability to succeed, despite the seemingly insurmountable hurdles placed before her.
January 15, 2015

No End for Alameda’s Four-Day Work Week

A bustling economy and a budget surplus won’t change the four-day work week that city workers and Millennials favor—at least for now, though the city manager and new mayor won’t rule out the possibility.
January 08, 2015

The Ruckus Over Alameda’s Shore Line Cycle Track

In a surprising twist and after a longtime coming, not everybody is happy about the Shore Line cycle track.
January 01, 2015

Seismic Shocks on Election Day

The recently elected pledge to chart a new course to slow development in Alameda.
November 26, 2014