is LIVE!

YES!! I finally finished working on most of this site. I think there might be a couple of buttons that don’t point to anything. (Please let me know when you find them.) But the main, navigational things, all connect. Victory!

And this is running on a content-delivery network, so it should be reasonably fast. Some servers are probably still caching.

This website is optimized for Desktop and Mobile views. I really tried to make sure this looks good on a cell phone. And that it’s easy to navigate.

Stuff I still have to do:

East Bay Parks

  • Write Mission Peak article;
  • Start creating Park Galleries, and,
  • Park write-ups;
  • Create a production and release schedule for these articles — probably weekly.


  • Flesh out both sections, in general;
  • Add more Urban Photography.


  • Add Handmade Art section;
  • Update links from Etsy to Handmade Art section.


  • Haunted Alameda – Add decent Introduction.
  • Zombie: The Incident at Bloody Rock – Make some teaser stuff.
  • Generally create a production and release schedule for both series.

Stay tuned. There’s more coming soon!

By Gabriel Duncan

Recognized descendant of the Utu Utu Gwaitu Benton Hot Springs Paiute Tribe. Adopted out of his tribe at birth, raised by white people in Alameda, California. Gabriel is the chief researcher, webmaster, graphic designer, cartographer, etc. of Alameda Native Art, and the Alameda Native History Project.