Alameda’s world-class Pacific Pinball Museum (PPM) fired up its vintage games once more as the Bay Area reopens, and the long-dark bulbs of backglasses and playfields shine again, as the crisp sounds of flippers, bells, score reels and pop bumpers, fill the air.
In these dog days of summer when the mercury just keeps going and staying up, indoor activities begin to look better and better. Here are some ideas to beat the heat by staying indoors and still get those young brains engaged. But, don’t let your kids have all the fun.
Kiwanis Club of Alameda has awarded the following 2021 scholarships totaling $31,000 to local graduating seniors: Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship, Kenichi Obiorah; Martin & Lucille Stohr Scholarship, Vincent Gao; Kiwanis Legacy Scholarship, Amanda Silva; Hanson Scholarship, Harrison Nguyen.
Mexican food lovers can support the Alameda High School (AHS) Sophomore class by dining at the South Shore Center Chipotle this Saturday, June 5. This event lasts from 4 to 8 p.m. and the flyer at right must be shown when ordering. Interested in ordering online for pick-up?
Alameda High School student Raymi Shimada, 17, creates chalk art messages in support of the Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) community on Park Street. Local students, and teacher Todd Higashi of Alameda Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) organized the public chalk art event.
After nearly a year-long suspension, Alameda Unified School District’s (AUSD) high school sports have been coming back on line as of March 1. Swimming and diving, track and field, girls tennis, boys and girls golf, baseball, softball, cheer and football have all begun their official seasons.