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Letters To The Editor - February 01, 2019

Dear Sir,

A few weeks ago the Guadalajara Reporter published an article describing a 17-million-peso project that the Jalisco Culture Secretariat has allotted for the conversion of Lakeside’s  Auditorio de la Ribera into a mammoth cultural center, which will include, in addition to the auditorium, conference centers, classrooms, dance studios, lecture halls and possibly even a hotel.

Letters To The Editor - December 14, 2019

Dear Sir,

Marci Bowman makes many good points in her letter in last week’s edition, but I have a few caveats. Numerous breeds, such as German Shepherds, Rottweilers, and pit bulls – a group name which Wikipedia notes is “particularly ambiguous” – have in times as recent as World War II been “nannies” to babies left on a blanket in the yard while their mothers went to work.

Letters To The Editor - December 07, 2019

Dear Sir,

Please spare the crocodile tears for poor Luna the dead pit bull. While I certainly don’t condone hacking a dog to death with a machete, remember that this was a vicious, aggressive dog who attacked other dogs and who was allowed to run loose in the neighborhood.

Letters To The Editor - November 23, 2019

Dear Sir,

I am a musician and when I was a young man of 15, I got an opportunity to go “on the road” with a show in a group that provided the midways for the annual fairs in larger cities in Western Canada.

Letters To The Editor - November 09, 2019

Dear Sir,

Several articles in the last two editions of the paper have referred to the customs surrounding Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) as “quirky.” In my opinion, this is culturally insensitive, and more than a little demeaning.