Carol Feineman

Lincoln Arts tours highlight city

Know and Go: What: Annual Feats of Clay juried art show tours When: May 4 through May 30 Where: Gladding, McBean Factory on G and 7th streets Admission: $10 Lincoln Arts me ...

Love your neighbor applies to all races and religions

Hate is wrong, no matter what “side” you’re on or how “right” the issue is. It still kills. Case in point is the two recent murders of elderly and unsuspecting Elk Grov ...

Earth Day isn't just another greeting card-created holiday

Earth Day, created 41 years ago on April 22, isn’t just another greeting card-created holiday. The inaugural Earth Day in 1970 “activated 20 million Americans from all walks ...

Together, let's figure how to keep Lincoln alive

The city of Lincoln must drastically change the way finances are handled. That message at the April 5th special City Council budget meeting, though, was missed by many audience me ...

Life continues after devastating fire

Life can literally change in mere seconds. While we often forget that fact as we run through our everyday routines, it sometimes takes a neighbor’s misfortunes to remind us not ...

All residents should attend Tuesday’s City Council meeting

Since summer, I’ve received e-mails and phone calls from readers asking the newspaper to investigate why four parks are missing in Lincoln Crossing. The parks were to be built b ...

Lincoln's greatness seen through visitors' eyes

I saw Lincoln in a new light this weekend. That’s when my daughter’s father and brother, who live in San Jose, visited her for their first time here. Through the eyes of our ...

State controller’s office not the way to go

Transparency was the March 8 City Council meeting theme. That topic began during public comments centering on the recall and continued through the council-initiated portion. Tha ...

Glen Edwards trying to keep sports around

In junior high school, I envied students receiving the Presidential fitness award during the end-of-the-year awards assembly. I thought students earning those patches were the cr ...

Fiscal sustainability plan makes sense

An “aha” moment took over City Council’s last meeting. Judging from the nine residents who addressed council members at the Feb. 22 meeting about implementing a fiscal sust ...