Squinting through the pain
I have been reading the San Diego Reader for over 42 years and have enjoyed it. But the October 17 issue presented special problems. The print was so small that I literally could not read the restaurant reviews, the movie reviews, and Roam-O-Rama. After adjusting my reading glasses a few times, I eventually gave up. I can understand that fewer pages can mean lower costs for you, but it’s a false saving if your readers cannot read the contents of the paper. I probably speak for many older readers of your publication in asking you to increase the size of the fonts you use. I shouldn’t have to work to read your publication. Thank you.