Letters to the Editor

To the Editor…

Posted July 17, 2017

Subject: Tony Medina, Longtime Tenderloin Activist, Dies at 76 I knew Tony.  Tony was a real good man. My son is a homeless addict and Tony helped him on several occasions.  He is also friends with my friend George Shieman.
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To the Editor…

Posted July 12, 2017

Subject: Time for Pope Francis to Deal Decisively With the Pedophile Priest Crisis I’m an agnostic and have no particular interest in Catholic Priests or the hierarchal structure of the Catholic Church. Why do you think there is no movement
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To the Editor…

Posted July 7, 2017

Subject: Will SF Go Big? This San Francisco Chronicle like pro “developer” article  Will SF Go Big? by Garrett Bergthold appearing in what may be the wrongly named Beyond Chron presents the conflict over the housing project at the PUC
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To the Editor…

Posted June 19, 2017

Subject: Peter Wong: Reviews from Frameline 41 Error in Peter Wong’s first review “Alabama Bound,” paragraphs 3 and 4… One of the couple’s names is incorrectly listed in the review as Kay when the correct name is KIM and Cari.
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To the Editor…

Posted June 15, 2017

Subject: Will Nick Melvoin Be Los Angeles Charter Schools’ Game-Changer? God help our children and our Public Schools now.  We fought for years to establish schools for our children in low income areas. Now I wonder what we will do
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To the Editor…

Posted May 31, 2017

Subject: “Remember Memorial Day by Waging Peace.” I read with interest Anh Lê’s “Remember Memorial Day by Waging Peace.”  While on our annual trip to New York City, we saw “Present Laughter” by Sir Noël Coward.  In the “Playbill” was
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To the Editor…

Posted May 30, 2017

Subject: Remember Memorial Day by Waging Peace I was speaking to a friend yesterday about the meaning of Memorial Day.  We thought that it would be cool to forget about honoring the dead, but to honor the living Veterans of
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To the Editor…

Posted May 2, 2017

Subject: SF in Denial on Housing, Homeless I could not agree with you more, Randy. With demands that 100% new housing be affordable will mean no housing will be built. This will only cause housing to get even more expensive
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