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Since the Occupy Movement began on September 17, thousands of cities throughout the world have hosted protests, established encampments, or expressed their solidarity with the cause. A month into the movement, there appears to be no sign of slowing down.
The Albany Chamber of Commerce, like so many ventures these days, is shuttering its Solano Avenue storefront in favor of more virtual operations.
Visitors to the local branch of Alta Alliance Bank on Grand Avenue may have noticed that the sign by the door has changed lately. Bank executives and employees marked a recent merger with Torrey Pines Bank with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday morning.
At Bowl’d, Oh and Moon said they are experimenting with how to best fuse traditional Korean cuisine with modern American fine dining.
If you ever dreamed of attending a conference featuring a serious discussion about the possible connection between mass UFO sightings in Mexico and the subsequent swine flu quarantine there in 2009, you should have been at the Bal Theatre this past weekend.
Framed pictures of some of the greatest gangsters in American culture, real and Hollywood, line the wall of the sandwich shop. All the notables are there: Tony Montana overseeing his Miami empire. Al Capone with other Chicago boys. The Corleone family posed at the wedding of Connie Corleone and Carlo Rizzi.
Whether it be special interest influence in the political process, or the Republicans’ battle against the health care reform bill, Congressman Pete Stark had a thought or two to share with San Leandro residents, and they had plenty to share back.
The Albany City Council voted 3-0 Monday night to allocate all available non-housing redevelopment funds toward several renovation projects in the Cleveland Avenue and Pierce Street area, including the development of trails and a long-desired park.
Gov. Jerry Brown Monday released a proposed state budget that would, among other changes, shift significant public safety and health and human services responsibilities to local governments.