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Donna Eyestone

The Alameda Recreation and Park Department's 48th annual Sand Castle and Sand Sculpture Contest was held this past Saturday on Robert W. Crown State Beach, and videographer Donna Eyestone was on hand to capture the action for The Alamedan. Winners of this year's contest are listed on the Alameda Recreation and Park Department's Facebook page. Read more >> about VIDEO: Alameda sand castle competition

Donna Eyestone

This weekend I enjoyed a short bike ride over the Park Street Bridge and over another bridge on to Coast Guard Island. This was my first time on the military island and I was excited to see it while covering part of the four-day Valor Games Far West. Read more >> about VIDEO: Valor Games test disabled athletes

Donna Eyestone

San Francisco-based author Daniel Handler, better known as Lemony Snicket, stopped by the Alameda Free Library on Tuesday for some April Fool's day fun. Read more >> about VIDEO: Author Lemony Snicket visits Alameda

Donna Eyestone

The Harbor Bay Intercultural Committee celebrated its 16th annual Spring Festival on Saturday with dances, martial arts demonstrations and this performance by the Lincoln Middle School band. Donna Eyestone captured the flavor the festivities in this video. Read more >> about VIDEO: Harbor Bay Spring Festival

Donna Eyestone

The Spin Doctors Yo-Yo Club, also known as Spindox, is Alameda’s own yo-yo club. Read more >> about VIDEO: Alameda's Spin Doctors

Donna Eyestone

Young thespians competed in Alameda's first-ever Shakespeare Monologue Competition this past Saturday at Encinal High School. Read more >> about VIDEO: Young thespians read in Shakespeare competition

Donna Eyestone

About 300 volunteers showed up for an old-fashioned park raising Saturday at the future Jean Sweeney Open Space Park, to weed, mulch, paint a mural and build planter boxes and compost bins for a future community garden at the 22-acre park. Read more >> about VIDEO: An old-fashoned park raising

Michele Ellson

A multi-million dollar effort to clear the Oakland/Alameda Estuary of debris is continuing, and The Alamedan's readers caught some of the action, forwarding this video and photo of the raising of the Respect, a tug sunk in the estuary. Read more >> about VIDEO: The Respect rises

Michele Ellson

As Alamedans, we love our holidays – and we’re not afraid to show it. In honor of Alameda’s holiday spirit, we’ve put together a trio of short videos showcasing the Island's best holiday light displays, a locally crafted Messiah and a number from Alameda's Tap Dancing Christmas Trees. Read more >> about VIDEO: An Alameda holiday sampler

Donna Eyestone

Alameda Rotary’s Interact clubs were designed to train future Rotarians – and to provide local high schoolers with opportunities to contribute to their community. Read more >> about VIDEO: Alameda Rotary's Interact clubs

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