Letters

How to give your money away

... and other tips from readers

The Kids Won’t Object I read with great interest Tom Larson’s article about San Diego’s wealthiest residents and biggest charitable donations). It was an informative and well-researched piece which revealed an uncomfortable truth: People at ...

Creeping Malaise in Kensington

It began with the infrastructure.

Re: “Kensington: The Only Real Neighborhood in San Diego,” January 12 cover story As a fairly recent new homeowner in Kensington, I found it sad to see the shine slowly peeling off this historic and ...

Readers answer reader's questions

Why they're in TJ

Not True! I’m calling about “Baseball Is Different in Tijuana,” from the April 6 Reader (cover story). There are some really big inaccuracies in this article. For example, it talks about the time the games ...

We got mail

Readers write in

Four Retorts I am responding to the article, “Rumble in Sorrento Valley.” I am the engineer mentioned in the article. Unfortunately, this article contains several important errors that require correcting. First, the owner of the ...

Letters about San Diego, TJ, and the Reader

Conversations continued

Why Are They in TJ? Re: “Gateway between Worlds,” March 23 cover story I recently went to Tijuana to see architecture — a getaway day. I saw something there I haven’t seen before. I saw ...

Pennies from readers

This week's two cents' worth

I Know What City I Live In There’s a News Ticker article written by Dave Rice regarding the treatment that protesters got from Duncan Hunter’s office, especially from deputy chief of staff Mike Harrison. Many ...

Read our mail!

Inbox arrivals

Soccer Is Boring Re: City Lights, "Could Major League Soccer Kick the City Where It Counts?" Football, soccer — whatever it’s called it’s the most boring game I’ve ever watched compared to the NFL. Was ...

Commentary — or the lack thereof

Readers demand more info

An Overhead Shot Would Have Helped Re: City Lights: “City’s Shocking Crosswalk Cover-up” Judging by the top photo, I can see why the city engineer thought the crossing was safe: good signage, clear signals, etc. ...

Dystopia, reviewed

From those who want to help to those who are disgusted by it

They Disgust Me Re: “A Dystopia of Sorts,” February 23 cover story I just wonder why Rachel and her husband thought it would be a good idea to have nine kids. I know of very ...

The need to respond

This week's batch of letters to the editor

Just the Right Edge Your Walter Mencken article (“Breaking Up Is Hard to Do”) had clarity and just the right edge of bitterness in the aftermath of the Chargers’ departure. May they continue to choke ...

Cosplay Curious

Chatter Box edition

Voicemails received at the Letters to the Editor extension. To leave your own audio letter, call 619-235-3000, x460.

Divine

Voice mail to the editor concerning Shadow Mountain Church in Hillcrest.

Oxymoronic

Audio version of letter to the editor, "Oxymoronic," by Saul Harmon Gritz

In Response

Jackass Journalism

Letter to the editor voicemails received at the San Diego Reader.

Letters to the Editor premiere audio episode!

Voicemails received between March 26 and April 1, 2014. To leave your own voicemail about the Reader, call 619-235-3000, x460.

COPS Training video

This video explains the Snapshot Protocol, a procedure which can be deployed in any CA county and in many states. This seminar was conducted in San Diego on Oct 12, 2014 in preparation for the November 2014 election cycle.

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