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Rise and shine, Alameda! Let’s get you all caught up to start this Tuesday, February 8 off on an informed note. Here’s everything worth knowing around Alameda today.

First, today’s weather:

Brilliant sunshine. High: 72 Low: 48.

Here are the top stories today in Alameda:

  1. Celebrate SF Beer Week with Local San Leandro Breweries (
  2. 6 Smokin’ Hot Food Trends to Try in 2022 (7×7)
  3. Woods Beer & Wine Co. to Reopen In New Digs On Treasure Island, In Historic Naval Administration Building (SFist)
  4. Free Income Tax Preparation For Alameda Residents (Alameda Patch)
  5. Pink Geraniums: Photo Of The Day (Alameda Patch)
  6. San Francisco Landmark Closes After 26 Years (

From my notebook:

  • New Community Learning Center: “Join the Nea Community a year earlier for our two year Kindergarten program starting at TK! Save the date: Accepting applications now.” (Facebook)
  • Alameda Recreation and Park Department: “Our Summer Job Postings are now available to view and apply for online! Summer Recreation Leaders can work in our Preschool, WOW, Day Camp, Tween Adventure, and Stem/Drama/Sport Programs.” (Facebook)
  • Alameda Free Library: “Tired of waiting your turn on hold for one of these popular books? Visit any of our three library locations to try your luck with our Lucky Day Collection! If you see a book, you can check it out on the spot. No holds, no waiting!” (Facebook)
  • County of Alameda, CA – Government: “We are hiring. Our Community Development Agency is hiring a Senior Planner. Apply online. Deadline to apply is 2-16-22.” (Facebook)
  • County of Alameda, CA – Government: “Our Housing & Community Development Department wants to remind you that Island City Development has opened a waiting list for 68 new available affordable rental studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units at Rosefield Village.” (Facebook)

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You’re officially in the loop for today! I’ll see you back in your inbox tomorrow with another update.

Bea Karnes

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