Flipping, Bumping & Bouncing

Watching the Silvery Bounce Play Pinball at Pacific Pinball Museum Alameda, CA, U.S.A.

Watching the Silver Ball Bounce – Play Pinball at Pacific Pinball Museum – Alameda, CA, U.S.A. March 25, 2017

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Alameda's Park Street Fair Alameda California, U.S.A. July 31, 2016

A Gentleman Enjoying the Day at Alameda’s Park Street Faire, Alameda California, U.S.A. – July 31, 2016

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3 Dogs and A Woman

Alameda's Park Street Fair Alameda California, U.S.A. July 31, 2016

Alameda’s Park Street Fair Alameda California, U.S.A. July 31, 2016

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Popping Popcorn under an Orange Tent

Suitcase Ron's Kettle-Korn Alameda's Park Street Fair Alameda California, U.S.A. July 31, 2016

Suitcase Ron’s Kettle-Korn – Alameda’s Park Street Fair – Alameda, California, U.S.A. – July 31, 2016

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Potato Chip Maker

Alameda's Park Street Fair Alameda California, U.S.A. July 31, 2016

Alameda’s Park Street Art and Wine Faire – Alameda California, U.S.A.  – July 31, 2016

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Alameda Theater – Stretched

The Alameda – Alameda California

The Alameda Theatre is an Art Deco movie theatre built in 1932 in Alameda, California. It opened with a seating capacity of 2,168. It was designed by architect Timothy L. Pflueger and was the last grand movie palace built in the San Francisco Bay Area. It closed in the 1980s as a triplex theatre and was later used as a gymnastics studio. A restoration and expansion project was completed in 2008, making the historic theater the primary anchor of an eight-screen multiplex. from CinemaTreasures

The Alameda Theatre is an Art Deco movie theatre built in 1932 in Alameda, California. It opened with a seating capacity of 2,168. It was designed by architect Timothy L. Pflueger and was the last grand movie palace built in the San Francisco Bay Area. It closed in the 1980s as a triplex theatre and was later used as a gymnastics studio. A restoration and expansion project was completed in 2008, making the historic theater the primary anchor of an eight-screen multiplex. from CinemaTreasures

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