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Near the end of this Spin Cycle [“The dimming of Mara Elliott,” March 13] there is reference to Discover Bike (née DecoBike) and its contract with the city Read more

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While you are allowed to have your opinion on music, you cannot call us racist or imply that our songs are racist. Read more

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My experiences in school were bad. I was bullied, beaten up, stalked, assaulted and harassed from my first day of preschool to my last day of high school. Read more

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Bravo to Maura Fox’s report on healthcare for migrants always uncertain [“Living in Uncertainty,” News, Feb. 20]. Read more

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I beg to differ with you [“Words mean something,” From the Editor, Feb. 13]. If “is my President” means nothing more than “is President of the US,” then it is a redundant, unnecessary, and obscure expression of fact. Read more

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The only way these insensitive and heartless attitudes on the issues of migrants seeking asylum and homelessness in our city and county governments will change is for the voters to make their voices heard on this! Read more

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Ryan, great story [“No room for Jesus in death,” Jan. 16]. As a former Mormon from Utah, I just attended the last of my Mormon grandparents’ funerals. Read more

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Nice article and photos about artist David Adey by editor Seth Combs. It’s a shame, however, that Mr. Combs was unwilling to share the artist’s desire to learn as much as he can about the topic, in this case guns. Read more

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Let’s provide some historical context to the building of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent shooting of dozens attempting to flee East Berlin and the GDR by going over it [“Talib Kweli and the Berlin gall,” Sordid Tales, Jan. 9]. Read more

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With the exception of symphony concerts, [crowds] can be very rude by talking constantly, holding up their cellphones and/or standing up so you can’t see the stage, etc. Read more

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I read [Ryan Bradford’s] column in the San Diego CityBeat and wanted to thank you for writing about an online scam [“I Got Got!,” Well, That Was Awkward, Dec. 19]. Read more

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I just want to thank you and the professional staffers there at CityBeat for the piece on the Hepatitis A outbreak in our community [“Hepatitis A: One year later,” Aug. 22]. Read more

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The comments we received on social media and our website in response to “It’s OK to root for the Chargers” [Dec. 5] were about as passionate as they come. Read more

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Illustrations by Laurie Nasica

It certainly wasn’t simple to pick the winners, but the stories below were the ones that really stood out to us. Hopefully they’ll make for some suitable fireside reading material. Read more

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When your Voter Guide came out [Oct. 10], I put it away and got it out when my daughter and I started filling out our ballots. Read more

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Hey Seth Combs.  My name is Ryan. I read your article in the paper. The one about voting (or not voting rather) [“So, you didn’t vote,” Nov. 7]. Read more

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I wanted to let you know, rather belatedly, how helpful I found your Voter Guides [Oct. 10], both for the primaries and the midterms. Read more

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I love CityBeat and looked forward to your Best Of issue [Oct. 17]. I enjoyed it except for one thing. Read more

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