Letters: Williams’ life remembered 

"S.F. mourns a star who burned bright," News, Tuesday

Williams' life remembered

My family and I were so shocked and saddened to learn of Robin Williams' passing Monday.

I remember how my son Minh Jeffrey and I went trick or treating when he was young. We stopped by Williams' home in San Francisco. It was all lighted up and exuding good cheer. Like its owner, it was very welcoming.

My son loved watching "Flubber," and still chuckles about it today. Two of Williams' movies that I have enjoyed immensely are "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "Good Morning, Vietnam."

Robin Williams is unforgettable, and blessed us with his amazing gifts and laughter!

Anh Le

San Francisco

"Outside Lands is hot and cold," Arts, Monday

Concert is loud and dirty

Since Mayor Ed Lee thinks that Outside Lands is such a green event, perhaps he and the District 1 supervisor will come clean up all the garbage left by concert goers in front of my house and on my block.

I sure enjoyed all that noise while I was trying to sleep, since I work the graveyard shift. They would turn the volume down when we complained, but five minutes later, the volume would go back up even higher than before.

What a joke! The mayor and the supervisor don't live anywhere near the war zone. They have absolutely no clue how loud the music gets or how much traffic goes through the neighborhood.

Al Wong

San Francisco

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