For something that happens to absolutely everyone, death is pretty mysterious – and not just the philosophical and spiritual aspects of it. It’s sort of like birth. Most people don’t see the mechanics of it unless and until they have children of their own. I realized that I knew nothing about how death works in Alameda. I had never seen signs of a cemetery. So where do people go? Read more >> about Beyond Belief: Burial grounds
Something really great is happening in Alameda! A place that will provide jobs, taxes and develop a long vacant land is at long last under construction. I am referring to the development swiftly occurring of the long delayed Alameda Landing. I urge that we all take a look at the amazing completion of the Target store. Read more >> about Letter to the Editor: Alameda Landing design needs tweaking
Alameda Hospital’s board unanimously signed off on a proposal Monday to explore a deal that would see Alameda County’s medical system taking over management and operation of the financially ailing hospital, a deal board members said they’re optimistic about despite the circumstances that produced it. The deal could be closed by the end of this year.
Alameda is tied to Oakland by four bridges and a tunnel. One bridge connects to Bay Farm Island and thence to the airport, three bridges cross the Estuary within a mile of each other at the eastern half of the Island (Park Street, Fruitvale and High Street) and the Posey Tube connects the West End to Oakland through Chinatown. Read more >> about Amblin’ Alameda: Posey Tube