We celebrated our house’s 100th birthday with a party Sunday and a high old time was had by all. Emphasis on “old.” We played songs from the era, ate food that had been first introduced in 1913 (Mallomars, Cracker Jacks, Lifesavers and a punch out of the turn of the century) and several of the guests came in appropriate costume for the period. Most of our guests brought food from recipes gathered from an Internet search for “vintage recipes of 1913.” Read more >> about Amblin’ Alameda: House Party
Edan, 15, and his brother Casey, 13, skateboard the streets of Alameda, looking for what they call "skate spots." Security guards, police and angsty adults often shoo them and their skate pals from favored places - which means they are constantly moving on ... sneaking magical moments of freedom on steps and edges and sloping streets. They also write, shoot video and take photos. With them, in this blog, you'll discover the hidden world of skateboarders as they explore the city week by week.
America's Cup Race Management Regatta Director Iain Murray and Golden Gate Yacht Club Vice Commodore Tom Ehman held a press conference Tuesday in San Francisco. The purpose was to "announce the members of an independent panel to review all aspects of training and racing of AC72 yachts in the 34th America’s Cup." Read more >> about The Maritime Report: Artemis review on the way