David Hirzel/My Turn The current rush to tear down every statue of those who were once revered for their accomplishments could use a time-out and a … [Read more...] about David Hirzel: The complex lives of our past heroes
By Sherman R. Frederick Encouraging neighbors to rat out neighbors for violating coronavirus rules turns me off. There, I said it. I don’t like … [Read more...] about Let’s hunt down mask scofflaws?
By Jim Steele Many humans are working hard to prevent any further extinctions of our plants and animals and with growing success. Pelicans are … [Read more...] about Jim Steele: Turtle-paced recoveries
Sherman R. Frederickshermfrederick@gmail.com By Sherman R. Fredrick A local wag who keeps a finger stirring in the Pacifica pot of community … [Read more...] about Is it time re-think Pacifica’s long relationship with Don Gaspar de Portola?
By W.S. Robinson/Writers on the Range Reclining in my favorite chair recently in vanishingly small Inez, Wyoming, I found myself close to tears. My … [Read more...] about Coronavirus shutdown: Climbing walls while sitting in a chair
Jim Steele/What’s Natural? Search the internet for “acid oceans” and you’ll find millions of articles suggesting the oceans are becoming more … [Read more...] about Jim Steele: Acid oceans and oyster shells
Martin Anaya/Pacific Coast Television OK friends, this is it, your chance to "Become Digital.” Look, we understand. It is hard to admit you aren't … [Read more...] about Martin Anaya Column: Your chance to get digital for free
By David Hirzel On Fourth of July, AP columnist Ted Anthony published a column “Independence Day in a Land of Confusion.” As the continuing events … [Read more...] about David Hirzel: Out of many comes one
By Sherman R. Frederick No one expects the Spanish Inquisition, as the classic Monty Python skit goes. The National Football League’s Washington … [Read more...] about Now comes ‘The Woke Inquisition’ (and it’s still unexpected)
By Mark Stechbart, Gail Benjamin and Linda Prisajni Tonight the Pacifica Council will make a far-reaching decision on the homeless that will … [Read more...] about We’ve waited too long for the Pacifica City Council to get off the dime on an RV solution