Albany's Week: Whole Foods, Romantic Restaurants, Larger Homes on Smaller Lots

And check out the most popular blog of the week.

These were among the most-read stories by Albany Patch viewers this past week:

Whole Foods to Open New Store at 10th and Gilman

Whole Foods Market announced Wednesday that it has signed a lease for a new store in the Gilman District project at 10th and Gilman Streets in Berkeley.  The store will be an estimated 30,500 square feet, with a projected opening date of late 2014.

For Valentine's Day: Albany's Most Romantic Restaurants

Suggestions for a special dinner for two.

Asteroid to Miss Earth 'by 15 Minutes' on Friday

Bill Nye, a.k.a. "The Science Guy," explains the effect an impact could have on Earth.

Larger Homes on Smaller Lots: What's for Sale in Albany

There's a 1,200-square-foot home on Curtis Street that sits on less than a quarter-acre. Here's what it costs.

Guest Column: Tired of All the Turkey Troubles

Despite speaking with Alameda County Vector Control and California Fish and Wildlife, Albany Patch reader Renu Bhatt is still having trouble with the wild turkeys that have began roosting in her tree.

And the week's most popular blog: Learn to Print on Fabric by Heidi Rand.

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