Pre-election letters

Last call for input before Election Day

Mt. Rushmore Types I was so very sorry to learn about the passing of John Brizzolara. Brizz was a fine writer and a helluva character. I greatly admired his writing style and unique view of ...

Outcry over Civita

Residents demand walkable communities

Just What Trump Needed Your October 20 issue really was perfect. You exposed the growing prices of homes in San Diego and how the average American wage earner can’t keep up or even contemplate purchasing ...

Mission Valley is no Napa Valley

Plus letters on the n-word, Faulconer, and concert-going old farts

Trying to Become Tierrasanta Perhaps this article should have had the following title: “When They Provide Freeway Access to Your Giant Development.” Five-thousand new homes being built and the 10-15,000 residents don’t want better access? ...

Feedback from our readers

"At least we get a chance to vote"

You Don’t Even Know Where It Is Re: “I Thought I Knew Mission Hills,” October 6 cover story On page 15, under a graphic of a map, you are talking, basically, about where things are ...

A variety of perspectives

Differing views

Correction In our 2016 burger issue, we incorrectly stated that Rocky’s Crown Pub is supplied by Jensen Meats. In fact, Rocky’s is supplied by Central Meat & Provision. — Editor Average IQ In response to ...

This week's mailbag

Beach Butts I saw your article about beach cleanups, and that the biggest culprit was cigarette butts in the sand. That’s nothing. I lived in Kona for 20 years. The beaches are filled with thousands ...

Contents of the Reader: Discuss

Not sure if your article was placed to generate letters to the editor or to remind me to take my blood pressure medicine.

The Fries Alone Overall, I enjoyed the article, “Burgers” (September 15 cover story). But, wow, a list of the burgers of San Diego and no mention of Canada Steakburger in lovely City Heights? It’s worth ...

A variety of letters to the editor

"You gave great prominence to some patently retrogressive ideas."

Catering to Nitwits At last, the Reader published an article that has historical and geopolitical importance — the 9/11 article by H.G. Reza. It seems hard to believe that the Reader continues to cater to ...

Letters about bike lanes continue to roll in

"Our mayor drives the largest SUV manufactured, a Ford Excursion."

Tens Would Suffer Your crossword is a little messed up this week. I know crosswords are getting meta-tricky, but really? It looks like they didn’t quite finish, and you just went ahead and printed it. ...

Arguments for and against pro-cycling measures

Cycling supporters envision a future where bike transportation will be commonplace.

Mere Diatribe I was very disappointed in Moss Gropen’s article “Stop the Irrational Bike Bias.” Regardless of one’s views on the subject, readers would like to see balance and serious analysis. This entire article read ...

Exclamation points and question marks

Reader feedback

Doesn’t Take a Genius I think I can solve two issues raised in the last Reader. First, Mr. Rynearson of La Jolla is upset that he can’t obtain a liquor permit for their annual block ...

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