Reader feedback

Stop and Look Up Re: “Terminal Art,” October 9 cover story. I very much like the new art in the terminal at Lindbergh Field. I saw the ribbon of the light titled The Journey this ...

Letters to the editor

A Little Diversity Re: “Beach Blanket Banter,” October 5 cover story. The story was somewhat interesting, but as I continued reading I was hoping to come across a segment that involved kids from more urban ...

Less tact than the memes themselves

Show Me the Data Your article on stadium and convention center lies (City Lights: “Stadium, Convention Center Lies You Will Hear") is no better than the propaganda we hear from the white-elephant convention-center advocates and ...

A nation of bosses

It was refreshing to read the story about High Tech High preparing its students for life, but not for college. It seems most of our traditional high schools are extremely focused on sending students to ...

The Reader under review

Sharing Is Good I noticed in the September 11 issue that there is a letter titled “You Really Suck.” Looks like a guy named Mark from La Mesa wrote it. I disagree. I think the ...

Mail call

No Feast! for You I guess “A Perfect Food Day” (September 4 cover story) means a lot of driving for anyone living in East County, North County, or South Bay. Not a single restaurant from ...

Alcohol, foodies, and negativity

Card-Carrying Alcoholics How disgusting, your big article on moonshine (“There Are No Laws on How to Make Moonshine,” August 14 cover story). One of the worst drugs of all is alcohol. It causes violence, major ...

Promoting free speech

Necessary for Life Itself Re: “The Big Dry,” (August 21 cover story) I never understood why people have green lawns. It is work to maintain a green lawn. If you’re like Maynard G. Crebbs (and ...

Letters from our readers

Don’s Flashlight Thanks for Don Bauder’s article on the lack of corporate do-goodism (City Lights: “Do Well, Do Good”). As a 20-year Wall Streeter, it turned me into a socialist. Like Einstein said, “Capitalism is ...

Chatter Box

Visually Fulfilling Thank you for printing Elizabeth Salaam’s article entitled “Babes in Boyland!” It is encouraging to read about organizations teaching young women about building. I enjoyed the author’s sense of humor throughout the article, ...

Cosplay Curious

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