Anyway, what the hell does DIY mean?
DIY stands for “do it yourself.” − Editor
Just a slight correction to the article about the Yellow Deli (“Tin Fork,” March 10). The picture titled “Dayag, daughter Tsebiah, and wife Roeh” is incorrect. Tsebiah is Dayag’s wife, and Roeh is his son.
The Price Of A Good Meal
Re “Cat Snip” (Cover Story, February 24).
I have donated to the Feral Cat Coalition for many years and had a true feral hanging around my house “done” through them. (He didn’t come back for a month, but his hunger eventually overcame his wrath for me.)
This small grass-roots organization does its good works quietly and competently. Judging from the letters, the cover photo was a bit shocking for your more sensitive readers, but I hope it made everyone read the article — and to remember this group for help with poor feral cats and for donations, which are used much more efficiently than in big organizations.
Biweekly Not Good
Don Bauder and Jeff Smith represent the exceptional quality of the Reader. There are many other worthy writers in the Reader, but these two gentlemen are world-class.
Jeff Smith is the consummate theater reviewer. No one is more knowledgeable or more discerning. His columns not only educate the public but help shape and accelerate the growth of excellence of San Diego theater. I don’t know why he now appears every other week, but if it is in your power to return him to weekly status, I implore you to do so. Until such time, the Reader is just not what it used to be, and that’s a shame.