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“Cliffside Views and Crashing Waves” in the May issue was good but would have been better by including the Kelley House Museum and their historic walking tours of Mendocino.
I love that you included the Temple of Kwan Tai [“Cliffside Views and Crashing Waves,” May], but it would have been wonderful if you included the Kelley House Museum and its historic walking tours of Mendocino. You would learn more than you ever expected about the area’s colorful history.
In your May issue that highlights qi gong [“Qi Gong Is a Current Attraction”], you forgot to recognize Nicole Stone who teaches qi gong every Friday night at Alameda Community Acupuncture (1716 Lincoln Ave., Alameda) and has done so for many years. Her website is JoyfulMovementQiGong.com/about-nicole.html, and her classes are open to all on a donation basis. She is very knowledgeable and approachable and should be acknowledged as well.
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.