On Central Avenue’s “EV Alley” 30 different electric vehicles (EV) will line the street. Hosted by Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) and DABA, the section is dedicated to advocating the benefits of owning an electric vehicle. Here visitors can view the different EVs on the market, learn about owning one by meeting owners living in Alameda and learn the financial incentives available to help lower the cost of owning an EV. AMP will have a table at the event and provide information on their EV charger rebates; the Bay Area Air Quality Management District will be present as well. … [Read more...] about Downtown Alameda Classic Car Show starting next 25 years
Enjoying some much needed time at the pub I’m never one to turn down a half-pint of something bubbly, so London’s inexpensive beer and ciders flowing from the tap really cheered my soul. (Have I mentioned how shamefully overpriced beer is in Paris?) I really enjoy escaping for a few hours to the pub. … [Read more...] about My Favorite London Moments
He expects at least 200 vehicles will participate in AutoFest of Ramona and anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 spectators will visit. But he said it’s hard to tell how the profits from fees, donations, sponsorships and T-shirt sales at Packards Coffee Shop will stack up against the expenses for permits, insurance, signs and California Highway Patrol services. … [Read more...] about Town’s first AutoFest gets underway Sunday
10. Hotel Luna Hotel Luna is another hotel in Capri, stuck to the side of a cliff like glue. Stylish rooms, frame views of the Faraglioni from big windows. The same views can be enjoyed from its rooftop bar, whether you are staying here or not. There is a good-sized pool surrounded by crisp white loungers. The pool area looks down upon the Mediterranean below, offering the same hues of blue which is enjoyed across the Bay of Naples. This boutique hotel is cheap by Capri standards and starts at around 200€ per night. … [Read more...] about Top 10 Best Boutique Hotels in the Bay of Naples
“In 2015, as part of an effort to rehabilitate the BRA’s tarnished image, Director Brian Golden issued a formal apology for the Authority’s role in demolishing the West End,” the report says. “Golden was correct that ‘although the destruction happened decades ago, the scars still remain.’ However, an apology is not enough. Boston must ensure that the power to raze hundreds of homes and whole neighborhoods is never used again.” … [Read more...] about Michelle Wu wants to abolish the BPDA. Here’s what to know.