Liz Schoeben’s therapists help school students deal with increasing pressures
by Robb Fulcher Liz Schoeben is using a rare combination of therapeutic and entrepreneurial acumen to help students on the Peninsula avoid, or overcome the increasing pressures of school life. Through her nonprofit organization CASSY (Counseling and Support Services for Youth) Southern California, Schoeben is making trained therapists available to Palos Verdes Peninsula school students. […]
Roma Mistry put the Peninsula Education Foundation on a solid footing during here two term presidency
by David Mendez Despite her two-term presidency of the Peninsula Education Foundation’s Board of Trustees, Roma Mistry doesn’t think what she’s done merits much consideration, compared to the community of volunteers that she lives among “I’ve lived on the hill for 22 years…people seem to be involved in so many wonderful organizations, giving back to […]
Fu Yuan Low is a throwback to when Chinese cuisine was first popularized stateside
by Richard Foss Americans have been eating Chinese food of various levels of authenticity for over a 150 years. A banquet attended by a San Francisco food critic in 1865 included reindeer sinews, bird’s nest soup, and braised dried oysters. That intrepid writer was more adventurous than most of his countrymen then or now, […]
Setting a school record of any sort was the furthest thing from her mind.
Vaulting Panther Peninsula High senior pole vaulter Jacqueline Ahrens is set to defend her CIF and Bay League titles by Randy Angel Four years ago, Jacqueline Ahrens was looking toward making the frosh/soph girls tennis team during her first year at Peninsula High School. Setting a school record of any sort was the furthest thing […]