The Alameda artist likes to bring the world home.
Against a backdrop of skyrocketing rents, Alameda Housing Authority Director Vanessa Cooper is calm, focused, and driven. Yet her authority itself is feeling the stress of low- and middle-income people being driving out of Alameda and the Bay Area.
An Arabic-speaking teaching paraprofessional from Yemen takes new families under her wing at Ruby Bridges.
The anticipated upgrades are all in the name of safety.
The Alameda resident is making a documentary on the intersection of entertainers accommodating deaf patrons at live performances.
The renovation of the South Course should produce a national caliber golf course for all the people to play.
Architect Sabrina Cazarez opens a business where kids can play as they paint, build, sing, dance, swing, or read.
An anonymous Bay Farm dad starts an urban art movement of tiny doors hitting the curbs, trees, and public spaces on the Island and spreads a little whimsy.
Early discussions about adding condos, townhomes, and light business have coincided with one resignation, a termination, and a tenant eviction.
Paying teachers skilled in Common Core to train their counterparts outside the classroom is one way to better assist learners