• Issue of
  • Sep 6-12, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 17

News

  • Mia Love’s Views Scare Me

    I am excited about the idea that Mia Love could be breaking down racial barriers. But some of her views—like eliminating federal student loan programs—are too extreme and will decimate the middle class.
  • Restaurants of the People

    How about reviewing restaurants that your readers can afford instead of resort restaurants with $150-per-person tabs [“Seeking Solitude,” Aug. 30, City Weekly]?
  • Rules Holding Us Back

    I always appreciate Rebecca Walsh’s writing skills [“Rich Mitt,” Aug. 30, City Weekly].
  • Sorry for My Abuse

    Even though I never meant to hurt “Michael” or his family, I now know that I did and take full responsibility for my wrongdoings [“Warped Desire,” Aug. 2, City Weekly].

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