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Thursday, July 28

7 p.m. "Imperial San Francisco: Urban Power, Earthly Ruin": Featuring author-historian Gray Brechin. Part of the Alameda Museum Lecture Series. Alameda Museum members, free; non-members, $10. Alameda Museum, 2324 Alameda Ave. (Info: 748-0796 or

Oakland Favorite Plays Alameda

Inside every human is a natural compulsion to the honest and the real. Oakland-based folk-rock band Dear Indugu embodies these primal desires in their lyrics and sound. Having played with bands such as The Bittersweets and Cake, Dear Indugu has announced that they will be playing a more intimate set here in Alameda tomorrow evening with multiple Alameda artists.

Old Notions Opens Aug. 4 at Julie's

"The Flop Box" by Ken Davis along with works by Marin Camille Hood will be on display at Julie's Coffee and Tea starting next Thursday, Aug. 4.

Sun Brings the Bingo

In a rare moment of generosity, the Alameda Sun sponsored Rhythmix Cultural Works’ (RCW) fundraising bingo event with a “Beach Blanket Bingo” theme last Thursday. As only the second corporate sponsor of the event following OMM, Inc...

Events Calendar

n 10 a.m. to noon: Dental Consultation: Free consultation, by appointment, with Dr. Alfred Chong. Offered every third Thursday of the month. Mastick Senior Center, 1155 Santa Clara Ave. (Info, reservs: 747-7506)

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