Jim Franz Is a Favorite
Readers were glad to read about the retired Jim Franz.
Always fun keeping up with Jim Franz [“He’s Not Done Yet,” May]. All sounds well. Jim, continue to dance and play through life.
—Audrey Lord-Hausman and Richard Hausman
Love knowing all these about you. Your first love was music and performing. It must have been some very good force that led you to compassionate community service. I see you also as one of the pillars that started Alameda’s involvement with Sister City International. I personally benefited from your guidance and support with the formalization of the Alameda-Dumaguete Sister City with the Philippines.
Just wanted to let you know I liked the TMS [transcranial magnet stimulation] article in Alameda Magazine [“Stimulating the Brain When Pills Don’t Work,” April]. Thanks.
Corrections: The correct credit for the Shelter article in May [“Go Bold, Bordering Bodacious”] is: Photos by Ramona d’Viola; Architect: Matt Hollis Architects; Space: Stonehouse Cellars. The rhubarb buckwheat upside down cake photo [“Get Ready for Rhubarb,” May] was by Marykate McGoldrick.