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Peterson has earned good reviews from East Bay liberals, community activists, and members of law enforcement.

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Image Archives: Stories: News & Opinion: Stephen Loewinsohn

  • The Pacific Pinball Museum relies on volunteers like Christopher Nash, aka "The Pinball Doctor," who travels to Alameda twice a year from his home in Portland, Oregon, to help repair and restore the museum's collection.
  • The Pinball Wizard
  • The Pacific Pinball Museum relies on volunteers like...
  • Stephen Loewinsohn
  • May 25, 2011
  • Seven hundred pinball machines are stored in a warehouse in Alameda because the museum doesn't have room to display them.
  • The Pinball Wizard
  • Seven hundred pinball machines are stored in a...
  • Stephen Loewinsohn
  • May 25, 2011
  • Michael Schiess wants to expand his Pacific Pinball Museum, but so far he can't find a home for it.
  • The Pinball Wizard
  • Michael Schiess wants to expand his Pacific Pinball...
  • Stephen Loewinsohn
  • May 25, 2011
  • Pinball art, such as this back glass, reflected the times.
  • The Pinball Wizard
  • Pinball art, such as this back glass, reflected...
  • Stephen Loewinsohn
  • May 25, 2011
  • Pinball Mac still holds private pinball parties in his basement in Berkeley, but he thinks the game's money-making days are over.
  • The Pinball Wizard
  • Pinball Mac still holds private pinball parties in...
  • Stephen Loewinsohn
  • May 25, 2011

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