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Wednesday, July 29,2015
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Through tears I thank Aaryn Belfer for her essay. [“A white person’s guide to activism,” July 22”]. On Sunday I posted this plea to my friends and family around the world: “If you are a white American I’m asking you...I’m begging you to help your fellow black and brown Americans.
Wednesday, July 22,2015
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Wow, Kinsee Morlan, stunning cover feature on Kathleen Mitchell [“A painful passion,” July 1], her glass work, her trauma, her being. I am so glad you stayed with CityBeat. This latest will win an award.
Wednesday, July 15,2015
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Here we go again, poor Aaryn Belfer, Backwards & In High Heels, lamenting in her column “Joy mixed with pain” [July 1] about the social injustices perpetrated by our country. 
Wednesday, July 8,2015
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While I laud Chad Peace’s goal that elections serve the people rather than the political parties [Political parties block your fundamental right to vote, July 1], I disagree with his thesis and method.
Wednesday, July 1,2015
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I think what is wrong with San Diego State University student Anthony Berteaux’s statement is that he made it a righteous demand, when he should have said it was his opinion [What’s the deal with Seinfeld bashing?” June 24].
Wednesday, June 24,2015
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Republicans on offense. Democrats on defense. Eight years of being audacious to hope, and creeping incremental change. Democrats have been running away from Obama, and The Affordable Care Act.
Tuesday, June 16,2015
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DEATH WITH DIGNITY I am grateful to the California Senators for passing SB 128, End of Life Option Act [“Yes to death with dignity,” June 10]. I have terminal melanoma. So far, it cost me two
Wednesday, June 10,2015
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At the risk of sounding like a “get-off-my-lawn” kind of guy, I have a few questions for Ryan Bradford regarding his experiences at the recent Neil Diamond concert [“The night I crashed Neil Diamond,” June 3].
Wednesday, June 3,2015
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Great article by Michael Gardiner [“Just the tip,” May 27]. One HUGE factor not discussed however, is minimum wage. In rural Colorado (when I lived there), there was no minimum wage for wait staff so my friends made something pitiful like $3 an hour.
Wednesday, May 27,2015
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I loved Aaryn Belfer’s column [“Bail setting is racially imbalanced,” May 13], as well as her previous work.
 
 
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