Mexican American Holiday Spirit, Alameda Style

December 16, 2010 at 6:04 pm (Alameda)

Nothing like a Super Bean And Cheese Burrito [no hot sauce, no quacamole, no spel good] at Ramiro & Sons, on Alameda Ave. Then, a walk to the beach for an Alameda sunset.What a treat to live here!

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Alameda Update: Spring Weather Here…

June 21, 2010 at 11:42 am (Alameda)

… just in time for summer. Finally.  It’s been a long,  cold ass winter!!

 Of late, I’ve been enjoying the sunny splendor of the East Bay.

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Alameda, A Flowery City

January 29, 2010 at 2:43 pm (Alameda, My Photography)

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Skies Over Alameda Point

January 28, 2010 at 1:21 am (Alameda, My Photography)

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PC4DC Vehicle Donation Program In Full Swing

October 7, 2009 at 11:22 am (Alameda, News & Politics)

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People Care 4 Daycare, Inc. Update

October 5, 2009 at 12:53 am (Alameda, News & Politics)

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First and foremost I’m thrilled to announce the appointment of Janis Moyer as CFO of People Care 4 Day Care, Inc. She joins me [Ralph Zig Tyko], Andrew Dosa, Barbara Read, and Yolonda Schamoni on our Board of Directors.

Raised in the San Joaquin Valley, Janis graduated with a BA in Business and a Honors in English from California State University, Chico. After training at Touche Ross, she became Chief Accountant at Soyster & Orenschall and moved on to become CFO of Tannery West in San Francisco. In 1978, she and her husband opened San Francisco Tom’s, a wholesale snack and vending company. When her husband retired from the business in 1994, she became and is presently the CEO of that business. Janis has resided in Alameda, CA since 1972.

We’ve created “Klassics 4 Kids,” a vehicle Donation Program to help make children “school ready.”

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I am extremely proud that our website has become a valuable resource to the childcare community.

These are our the programs we have scheduled for the remainder of 2009.

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Pete Rose Bet On Steroids

July 28, 2009 at 8:42 am (Alameda, Baseball, Fantasy Baseball)

WZIG in Alameda is reporting that former baseball star Pete Rose alledgedly bet on the effects of steroids on current baseball players. Since we Fantasy League players have been doing this forfever, MLB Commisioner Pud Selig isn’t expected to add any years to Pete’s lifetime suspention from baseball.

Here’s Pete, doing his best “Jack.”

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People Care 4 Day Care Pictures…

July 9, 2009 at 9:49 pm (Alameda, News & Politics)

… of and from our new office.


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Congrats Phils

October 31, 2008 at 8:02 pm (Alameda, Baseball, Fantasy Baseball)

I’m an old National League fan and, although the Phillies are the Mets hated rivals, I was happy to see them win… Matty Stairs, a fav of mine when he was a hitting machine with the A’s [and nice to my kid on picture day], continues to be clutch… Jimmy Rollins is an Alamedian who would look good in a Giants uni. SF entertained me and are upward bound in the post Barry Bighead era… Pat Burrell, Ray’s Evan Longoria and Carlos Pena were California Sea Otters this year and all did me well… The Otters were in contention all year, finished fourth of twelve in my league… The Angels made the playoffs and just picked up Vlad’s option and not Garrett’s. Thats good… Mets second demise in a row not withstanding, It was a terrific year.

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Jeremiah Duboff for McCain/Palin

October 1, 2008 at 6:16 pm (Alameda, News & Politics)

 

Just two single guys [Jeremiah Duboff and his mentor, William Piehl] who runs a “Republican think tank” [oxymoron?] at Java Rama, a Park Street coffee house.

 

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