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I appreciate how you listed the choice for voters [“CityBeat’s Election Endorsements,” May 23]. It was helpful indeed. more

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There is at least some irony in the fact that it is the responsibility of the Sheriff’s office to provide voter registration to inmates. more

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Aaryn Belfer’s May 21, 2018, article titled “The right to vote” included statements from Laila Aziz about her meeting and interactions with San Diego Sheriff’s Department staff that were inaccurate. more

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The mural, regardless of its tastefulness or effects on people of all stripes is a work of art; one may not like it, but “art” is art, and in America, if you don’t like it, lump it! more

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Your outrage about California spending billions on expenses related to illegals and “using our taxes and draining legitimate business interests” suggests possible acute cognitive dissonance [“Letters,” May 2]. more

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Greetings! Enjoyed your latest about illegals & pot! You liberal “pot heads” may want to consider writing about why states like California are spending billions on such things as health care more

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Jeff, I read your article [“Genre Tourism,” April 18] and while I can agree with some points, I feel like you might want to do some more research. more

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Your recent column on Anthony DeStefano [“Are atheists the most arrogant, ignorant, dangerous people on Earth?,” April 4] was enormously entertaining. more

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Hats off to CityBeat editors for highlighting the San Diego County Supervisors comments on the Trump administration’s lawsuit against California sanctuary city laws. more

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Just got a copy of the March 14th issue [Local Music Issue]. Now I know why I’ve never sent a CD of any band I have been in to this snotrag for appraisal. more

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In response to your editorial “Storage Wars” [March 21], I think it is naive to think that something is “finally being done” on the issue of homelessness, and that the Hepatitis A outbreak was the turning point. more

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After reading the Letters section in the 2/21/18 issue (I missed the 2/14 issue), I also felt “shocked and appalled” on hearing of the County’s pursuit of Kelly Davis for reporting on jail deaths [“We still care,” Feb. 14]. more

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Thank you, Seth, for one of the most important columns you’ve ever written, concerning gun violence [“Empty pages,” Feb. 21], good points said well. more

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If you quoted her correctly, lawyer Kimberly Sims erred in stating, “current law doesn’t allow for cannabis cuisine in restaurants” [“High Dining,” Feb. 14]. more

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Another year and another Love & Sex issue [Feb. 7]. What I don’t understand about these issues is why the word “love” is even in the title. more

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I was surprised by the vitriol expressed by letter writer Marshall Mallory toward columnist Alex Zaragoza and the views she expressed in her Jan. 24 column more

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Surprised to see that the thoughtful Mr. Decker seems unaware that there is a distinct difference between atheism and agnosticism [“Should a believer date or marry an unbeliever?,” Jan. 24]. more

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My one leeeeetle criticism is (and I’m in way over my head here marketing/advertising wise, but...) this: your overall focus (I know...) and vibe feels exclusive of anyone over, say, 40. I’m 65. more

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In your Nov. 1 “Newsy Bits,” you mentioned a North Park-based business that developed a drink mix (“Uqora”) designed to prevent UTIs. more

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Hi Seth, I read your sad piece predicting bad outcomes for progressives in the 2018 elections [“Preparing myself for 2018 disappointments,” Jan. 3]. As a rare fellow traveler who also predicted Trump would win in 2016, I highly respect your instincts more

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