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Guy Fieri is Ready to Wiggle into Your Heart

Guy Fieri is a wiggly, wonderful bundle of joy, and he is our adoptable Pet of the Week in partnership with FAAS! This energetic, sweet, goofy guy has a benign neurological condition called cerebellar hypoplasia that causes him to wobble, but it won't stop him from becoming a great best friend!

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Alameda News

›› Karin K. Jensen,
April 12, 2024
The Planning Board conditionally approved a development plan and design review for ten new townhomes for sale—the Del Monte Towns—at the corner of Sherman and Clement. Karin K. Jensen reports that the homes are the third and final phase of the Del Monte Warehouse development.
›› Post Staff Reporting,
April 10, 2024
Emily Pieri, a second-grade teacher at Franklin Elementary School, has been named AUSD’s 2024 Teacher of the Year. “I treat each child as I would hope my own children are treated, fostering connection, trust, and respect," says Pieri, who has been an AUSD teacher for 18 years.
›› Post Staff Reporting,
April 9, 2024
The Posey Tube was closed for 90 minutes Monday evening. Adam Gillitt explains that a pickup truck caught fire 1900 feet inside the tube, causing plumes of smoke to billow out of the ventilation system.
›› Kelsey Goeres,
April 9, 2024
A group of veterans has presented the Alameda High School band with a check for $5,000 to help with funding for an upcoming competition in New York. Kelsey Goeres tells the heartwarming story. The AHS Band—who plays an annual Veterans Day concert—has a longstanding relationship with local veterans.
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Alameda Features

›› Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter ,
April 13, 2024
Guy Fieri is a wiggly, wonderful bundle of joy, and he is our adoptable Pet of the Week in partnership with FAAS! This energetic, sweet, goofy guy has a benign neurological condition called cerebellar hypoplasia that causes him to wobble, but it won't stop him from becoming a great best friend!
›› Jeff Smith,
April 12, 2024
Jeff Smith's Math Puzzle for April 12, 2024 - Isosceles running on the beach catches circle on the Lorna Dune.
›› Gil Michaels,
April 12, 2024
Gil Michaels recalls a very unfortunate, failed date with Cantina—a hippie girl from Alameda High School who always smelled like pot and reveals why he doesn't eat squab.
›› Gene Kahane,
April 11, 2024
"I still tend to make everything with a sharp knife and a pair of scissors!" says Colin Herrick. The artists answers five questions with Gene Kahane about his life and work, and includes a bonus share from his life and art partner, Maria Chenut.

Alameda Opinions

›› Irene Dieter,
April 12, 2024
Irene Dieter believes that the City Council has a double standard when considering ranked choice voting (RCV) and the creation of election districts. As the City Council discusses election reform, some believe that the Council is not properly representing their desire for RCV.
›› Thushan Amarasiriwardena,
April 11, 2024
Thushan Amarasiriwardena remembers Maggie Adams, an Alameda shopkeeper, teacher, wife, mother, and beloved community member.
›› Brice,
April 11, 2024
Seagull and Goose check out the local scenery in this installment of our weekly cartoon drawn by Alameda native, Brice.
›› Laura Thomas,
April 11, 2024
Member of Alameda Families and Friends for Ceasefire Laura Thomas welcomes Mayor Ashcraft's public call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

Alameda History

›› Steve Gorman,
April 11, 2024
As the 118th anniversary of the great San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 approaches, Steve Gorman examines a remarkable firsthand account from Alamedan Emilie Gibbons Cohen. She writes, "The constant boom boom of the dynamite sounded and echoed in our ears; a black pall hung over the city."
›› Dennis Evanosky,
April 10, 2024
A number of early, individual visionaries had grand ideas for what Alameda and Bay Farm Island could become, but land changed hands many times, each dream fizzling out with it. Dennis Evanosky introduces the out-of-state giant, Utah Construction, that ultimately shaped Alameda.
›› Dennis Evanosky,
March 29, 2024
In this sequel to last week's history article, Dennis Evanosky unravels the timeline of Alameda, from Old Town Alameda to the City of Alameda we know and love today. He also answers the question, "Why are there both a county and a city by the name of Alameda?"
›› Steve Gorman,
March 21, 2024
In this finale to the six-part series on 1125 Morton Street, Steve Gorman highlights the current owners and custodians of the 1889 home. Ken and Connie Carvalho have lovingly and painstakingly repaired and maintained the historic home over the last 26 years.
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