Dave Boitano

Pop-up buildings may soon be popping up at Alameda Point. Read more >> about Pop-ups proposed for Alameda Point

Michele Ellson

Fans of Rosenblum Cellars’ prized zinfandels and Rhone varietals will only be able to sample the winery’s 50-plus wines “next to the docks in Alameda” for a few more months.

Rosenblum’s owners announced Monday that when the lease on their current East Bay visitors center on Main Street expires in June, they’ll be vacating their Island home of 27 years for Oakland’s Jack London Square. Read more >> about Rosenblum tasting room leaving Alameda

Amblin' Alameda: R&R For avians

This time of year I never tire of the walk along Shore Line eastward into the bird sanctuary. The shorebirds are migrating and our little part of the bay is a smorgasbord for the dowitchers and their smaller brethren. Especially when the tide is out and the mud flats are exposed, the birds and their beaks are poking into the homes of the worms and mollusks just below the surface. The birds are light enough not to sink into the mud and their beaks are just long enough to reach the favorite food for each species. Read more >> about Amblin' Alameda: R&R For avians

Michael Lano

For the past few months, residents of Bay Farm Island have been seeing and hearing something totally out of the ordinary: A rooster has been walking up and down residents’ wood fences, running the length of Harbor Bay Isle’s tracts. Read more >> about A rooster roams Bay Farm Island

Letters to the ...

I would like to thank the many generous donors who supported the Alameda Education Foundation’s Adopt A Classroom program in February and March. Read more >> about Letter to the Editor: Alameda Education Foundation thanks donors

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