Ron Harris
Scripps Ranch

It’s Almost Factual

It’s Jessica Sanchez, not Jessica Sanchese like you guys wrote in the article (“American Idol Hopeful Jessica Sanchese Thanks San Diego for Its Support,” “SD on the QT,” May 10). It’s spelled S-a-n-c-h-e-z, not Sancheesy! You need to make a correction.

You guys should know a little about Spanish, idiots — there’s so many f---ing Spanish around here.

Name Withheld
via voicemail

“SD on the QT” is the Reader’s “almost factual news” feature. — Editor

Shame On Us

You guys should be ashamed of “American Idol Hopeful Jessica Sanchese Thanks San Diego for Its Support” (“SD on the QT,” May 10).

Jessica Sanchez’s name is spelled incorrectly, and on top of that, the picture you guys posted is not even of her. That picture looks more like Charice Pempengco.

Name Withheld
via email

“SD on the QT” is the Reader’s “almost factual news” feature. — Editor

25 Minutes Lost

Slight correction to Stephanie Sulger’s review of Tiger Army at House of Blues San Diego ( “Tiger Army Invades House of Blues,” “Everyone’s a Critic,” May 10). Tiger Army actually played for one hour and ten minutes, and not “less than 45 minutes,” as was reviewed.

Jeff Hamby
via email

Out Of Italy

Re “Best Cannoli in Little Italy,” “Best Buys,” May 3.

Guess Eve Kelly needs to leave Little Italy and travel to Bruno’s, on the cusp of North Park and University Heights (at Park Boulevard, just before El Cajon). You get two cannoli for only $5, and it is fantastic!

Steven Warner
University Heights

Black, White & Used All Over

I just wanted to tell you how I recycle the Reader. I use it when I make bacon. I use every bit of it. I crush it up so my cat has something to play with. I use it to light my barbecue. Every time I get the Reader — a few weeks at a time — I dispose of it by recycling it.

I don’t know what other people do with it after they read it. I just thought maybe you ought to do an article on that: what people do with the Reader after they read it. Maybe you ought to give your readers a tip to not just throw it in the trash but to recycle it.

Anyhow, I enjoy it! I love Barbarella. I love Ed Bedford. I love the Reader!

Mary Jo Campbell
Clairemont

Cuffs Missing

I just called to find out what in the world happened to “Off the Cuff.” I really, really enjoyed that piece and looked forward to reading it. I hope it hasn’t gone away, and I hope you’ll bring it back.

Victoria Gilbert
El Cerrito

“Off the Cuff” appears periodically. You can find an archive of columns at sdreader.com/cuff. — Editor

Poor Target

Please update your happy hour specials. For Pacific Beach it still shows Gringo’s, which is not even in existence anymore. It’s changed. I’d like to use the Reader as a shooting point for happy hours.

Damien Dunlap
Pacific Beach

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