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Dia De Los Muertos Barrio Art Crawl Nov 01, 2014 A free, self-guided tour that consists of public murals, open studios, galleries, and local businesses throughout Barrio Logan. Dozens of businesses will be open including The Roots Factory, Bread & Salt, Border X Brewing and more. 87 other events on Saturday, November 1
 
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Wednesday, October 29,2014
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Poor Aaryn, searching for pity because of alienation by us “white tribe members,” including her so-called friends who avoid her or are questioning their friendship with her.
Wednesday, October 22,2014
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Thank you for writing about the struggles of the mentally ill who are trapped in the criminal justice system [Cover story, Aug. 27]. The narrative gives a good description of the anguish and frustration that families face with adult children with serious mental illness.
Wednesday, October 15,2014
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Kelly Davis’ piece on mentally ill criminals [Cover story,” Aug. 27] made us cry. We felt this article, so well-written and -researched, sadly informed us regarding the legal (while inferring the moral and spiritual) status of those poor “lost” souls.
Tuesday, September 30,2014
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The Arts do it all  I'm writing in response to the two-part series by Kinsee Morlan about the arts in our county ["Art & Culture," Aug. 6 and 13]. I think our request is to show ho
Wednesday, September 24,2014
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I read with great interest and enjoyed Edwin Decker’s Aug. 13 “Sordid Tales” column on his colonoscopy. I, too, have had to suffer through that procedure twice in my life to date.
Wednesday, September 17,2014
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Regarding your Aug. 6 editorial about the departure of San Diego Planning Director Bill Fulton: I don’t think it was so much a change in mayors as just people.
Wednesday, September 10,2014
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San Diego Planning Director Bill Fulton’s move to Texas [“Editorial,” Aug. 6] was probably a good idea. Fulton was just not a good fit here.
Wednesday, September 3,2014
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Having read your Aug. 6 editorial on Bill Fulton leaving, I confess it’s confusing to me why many of you think Fulton is so wonderful and such a loss.
Wednesday, August 27,2014
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Your editorial on youth-detainee abuse in the July 30 issue is “steel on target”! (That’s a U.S. Army term, by the way.)
Wednesday, August 20,2014
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Your July 9 editorial on the Murrieta immigration protests was spot on. I will refer to where you state the serious Latino-voter problem. 
 
 
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