Was ‘Les Miserables’ really that bad? One reader thinks not. People also chime in about racism and the role it plays in our society.
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Sultry-voiced songstress Nina Storey made her initial visit to Santa Cruz more than a decade ago. Now living in Los Angeles, she’ll return to Moe’s Alley on Saturday, Jan. 12, where she’ll celebrate the release of her new album, ‘Think Twice,’
Readers sound off to make a small correction in a previous writer’s rant, theorize on the elite of Santa Cruz County, and assert that what happens in the Mideast affects the current fight over U.S. health care.
News flash: “Not all white males are racist, sexist or conservative,” insists a reader. Others address an error in a recent film review and Bill Gates’ weaselly, money grubbing ways.
Readers responses to the city’s new LED lights and the Weekly’s recent pit bull story
A local vet voices her support for pit bulls and another guy really, really hates lawyers.
A student offers a firsthand perspective on the difference between bullying and teasing. Another reader, meanwhile, talks medicare and healthcare reform.
By sticking up for CeCe Pinheiro, screaming from the rooftops their love for Chris Rene, and crunching the numbers on national healthcare, readers let us know what’s up.
Readers show support for a safe, warm environment both in schools and on our streets, writing in regards to our recent cover story on bullying and the city’s new street light bulbs.
Hammer supporters react to a recent article and other readers stick up for traditional family structure.