In the Aug. 27 article “Beyond the Border” by Brian Staker, the painter Darren Keith Breen’s name was misspelled. Nick Lawrence is the director of Freight and Volume Gallery. Zach Freuer Gallery is located in Chelsea, New York City. Artist Kay Tuttle is based in Denver, David B. Smith is based in Brooklyn, and James Hickenpahler is represented by Hemphill Fine Arts. A corrected version is posted at CityWeekly.net.
Following a night of drinking, Wendy Simpson, 25, walked to a McDonald’s restaurant in West Yorkshire, England, where she was told that the counter was closed and only the drive-through was open but that she couldn’t be served
In the well-written City Weekly cover story on circumcision ["Circumcision Decision," Sept. 17], the God of the Jewish, Muslim and Christian religions is credited with beginning this practice: God demands that the 99-year- old Abraham cut off his foreskin in order to prove his loyalty.
I enjoyed Colby Frazier's cover story about state Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab ["The Herd Bull of the House," May 14, City Weekly]. I attended the Great Public Lands Gamble Rally at the Capitol in January 2015, at which Noel audaciously stepped up to the microphone to attempt a refutation (the gospel according to St. Mike) of the "lies" being perpetrated by the proponents of public lands.