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Where's "Ask a Mexican"? 

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First of all, I love your paper! The editorials are right on. But what happened to “Ask a Mexican”? I’m a gringo 100 percent, but man, I loved that guy! I listen to 106.1 all day. It’s all in Spanish, so I’m getting my language fix and, at the same time, enjoying killer music.

I try not to miss an edition of City Weekly—extremely thought provoking. Thanks.

PAUL DAVIN
Farmington

Editor’s note: Ask a Mexican is currently not running in City Weekly. You can read Gustavo Arellano’s column online at OCWeekly.com.

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