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Offering what Liberman calls “very craveable food” with a wild streak and global reach, the darkly hued space sports...
06/15/2019

Offering what Liberman calls “very craveable food” with a wild streak and global reach, the darkly hued space sports outdoor garden seating, ample counter space, and a prominent open kitchen where guests can watch the Culinary Institute of America grad do what earned him the nickname that’s now the restaurant’s name, too: Mago, Spanish for “wizard.”
http://www.alamedamagazine.com/June-2019/Microseasonal-Mago-Debuts-on-Piedmont-Avenue/

“We have to get over the negative values placed on being old,” said Aronson. “There can be huge benefits to this t...
06/14/2019
Aging as the Next Social Revolution

“We have to get over the negative values placed on being old,” said Aronson. “There can be huge benefits to this third phase. All phases of life have pros and cons; old age needs to be attended to in the same way. It can be so much better.”
http://www.alamedamagazine.com/June-2019/Aging-as-the-Next-Social-Revolution/

Louise Aronson, M.D., professor of geriatrics at UCSF, is promoting elderhood, a period starting between 60 and 70 years of age and lasting decades and striving to remove the negative values placed on being old.

A GoFundMe campaign created by Dittmer in February 2019 aimed to raise $270,000 — the estimated operating budget for t...
06/12/2019
Pacific Boychoir Academy Survives a Major Financial Crisis

A GoFundMe campaign created by Dittmer in February 2019 aimed to raise $270,000 — the estimated operating budget for the coming year. A local angel donor‚ one without personal ties to the school, pledged a $100,000 match once $170,000 of the GoFundMe was raised. The goal was met within two months.
http://www.alamedamagazine.com/June-2019/Pacific-Boychoir-Academy-Survives-a-Major-Financial-Crisis/

A major donation of apparently forged art resulting in a financial crisis has made the nation’s only nondenominational boy choir school stronger than ever.

A new list published by Forbes Magazine of "entrepreneurs shaking up the food industry" includes Berkeley MBA student Sa...
06/12/2019
Berkeley Matcha Crafter Makes Forbes List of "Entrepreneurs to Watch"

A new list published by Forbes Magazine of "entrepreneurs shaking up the food industry" includes Berkeley MBA student Samantha Tannor, whose company Tannor's Tea develops organic, ceremonial-grade, keto and paleo friendly, sugar-free matcha concentrates.
http://www.alamedamagazine.com/Berkeley-Matcha-Crafter-Makes-Forbes-List-of-Entrepreneurs-to-Watch/

UC Berkeley grad student Samantha Tannor sought a non-coffee source of caffeine.

“I think that in the context we’re in here now, the district could benefit from fresh eyes. And I think in the place...
06/06/2019
What’s Next for Alameda Schools?

“I think that in the context we’re in here now, the district could benefit from fresh eyes. And I think in the place and the time we are now in Alameda, I could benefit from a new experience,” McPhetridge said. “I came to realize that it would be good for all of us for there to be a change.”
http://www.alamedamagazine.com/June-2019/Whats-Next-for-Alameda-Schools/

: A more activist school board with interest in managing the district’s business says so long to Superintendent Sean McPhetridge.

His departure ends one of the most successful reigns in the union’s history, one that not only strengthened the pay an...
06/04/2019
Kingmaker Jeff Del Bono Hands Off His Scepter

His departure ends one of the most successful reigns in the union’s history, one that not only strengthened the pay and working conditions for the union’s members, but also reframed the city’s politics into one of the most progressive in the East Bay.
http://www.alamedamagazine.com/June-2019/Kingmaker-Jeff-Del-Bono-Hands-Off-His-Scepter/

The former president of the firefighters union, the person most responsible for Alameda’s progressive tilt, surrenders his post to Patrick Corder.

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