Note: For additional stories about the west side of San
Francisco, see the new issue of the Richmond Review.
About Lincoln Students Aired at Meeting
Problems between the students at Abraham Lincoln High School and the
surrounding community were addressed during a "Town Hall Meeting" in
the school's library on Feb. 18 by student leaders, faculty members
YMCA Offers a Variety of Free Health Screenings
San Francisco residents lined up Feb. 4 at the Stonestown YMCA to get
a free screening for high blood pressure, which is referred to in the
medical field as a "silent disease." If not detected and treated, it
can be the cause of heart failure, stroke, heart attack or arterial
aneurysm. It is also the leading case of kidney failure.
Finds Inspiration in Historic Words
Award-winning composer J.J. Hollingsworth has been professionally putting
music to words for more than 25 years, so when she came across a letter
written by Thomas Jefferson dated July 2, 1801, emphasizing the importance
of equality for all men and the sanctity of the Constitution, she knew
the parallels to today's societal changes had to be told.
Paul Chignell: Police Beat
Carmen Chu: New Trees for Sunset Boulevard
M. Lee: How to Sell in Today's Market
Fiona Ma: We Must Save JROTC