By Sherman R. Frederick It’s pretty clear now, I am sorry to say, that this COVID-19 pandemic is a ways from running its course. The virus spreads … [Read more...] about A cautionary tale
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
By Sherman R. Fredrick A local wag who keeps a finger stirring in the Pacifica pot of community affairs has told me once or twice over the years … [Read more...] about Is it time re-think Pacifica’s long relationship with Don Gaspar de Portola?
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
Wayne Hare I’m black, and for years I’ve been saying that if you peel back a layer or two of anything, you find racism. People usually … [Read more...] about Wayne Hare My Turn: ‘Ain’t none of us can breathe’
By Jim Steele It’s curious how we find threads of good fortune interwoven with tragedy. Over a month ago I suffered a “widow-makers” heart attack, … [Read more...] about Jim Steele Column: Amazing grace saves a wretch
By Martin Anaya/Pacific Coast Television Last week I told you about the Bruce Latimer 999 show, dropping tonight on Channel 26, Comcast and … [Read more...] about Information is key
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaff’s the kind of pandering politician no one needs. She battles racism where none exists. Here’s what makes Schaff’s … [Read more...] about Battling racism where none exists
Dear editor, This letter was sent to the City Council. Sorry, but I have to say your opinion is way off base, in my humble opinion. What … [Read more...] about Thank you, Blue