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Alameda Magazine

Alameda Teachers in Turmoil

Rank-and-file teachers rejected a contract deal negotiated by their own leaders. What will happen next?

The GolfBoard Arrives at Chuck Corica

Alameda’s municipal course is one of a few in the Bay Area to offer to the environmentally friendly, surfboard-inspired vehicles to get around the course.

How Alamedans Chillax

From staycations and close-to-home destinations to white water rapids in Idaho and the O.C. coast, Alamedans know how to relax.

Alameda Peeps Fight for Traffic Safety

The influential grassroots group is leading an effort to make the Island’s streets safer.

Iconic Images Fill Howard Harawitz Portfolio

Now living in Alameda, Howard Harawitz made his name photographing protests during the Free Speech Movement, farm workers organizing, and moments of police brutality.

E-Bikes Could Solve Traffic Woes

Bike enthusiast Jan Sutter urges Alamedans to make the move to electric bikes.

It’s All About Rising Rents and Evictions

The plight of Alameda renters likely will dominate this year’s City Hall races.

Rancor Over Alameda School Fences

Not everyone likes the notion of 6-foot chain-link fences erected at Alameda schools, though some parents think the district has taken too long on the security measure.

Tina Blaine Follows Her Dream

The executive director of Rhythmix Cultural Works never misses a beat.

Ploughshares Helps Palomacy Improve the Image of Pigeons

A pigeon and dove rescue group uses an aviary at Ploughshares to rehab and rehome the often maligned birds.