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BOSTON PHOENIX LETTERS
Letters to the Boston editors, September 14, 2012
I didn't know she was here, but I'll be voting for her [Jill Stein] because neither major party gives a shit about me.
Jill Stein has not called for the dismantling of the CIA, the DHS, or the NSS.
Letters to the Boston Phoenix editors, August 31, 2012
Stein has spent the past decade hammering inequities that the increasingly broke public claims it wants corrected." Truly, she's the hipster candidate.
It's clear that the heart of "Gone Begging" was a call for more infrastructural support for the arts.
Letters to the Boston editors, August 17, 2012
It's true Boston is a culturally conservative city with a lackluster contemporary art scene.
Letters to the Boston editors, August 10, 2012
Regarding your report on the end of jazz programming at WGBH ("Gone, gone, gone," Arts and Entertainment, July 13), jazz isn't dead.
Letters to the Boston Phoenix editors, July 27, 2012
In your July 6 issue, the Boston Phoenix made a front-page attack ("Shit Boston Cops Say") against my union's newspaper, Pax Centurion.
Letters to the Boston Phoenix editors, July 20, 2012
As a literary novelist who is self-publishing a book this year, I couldn't agree more with Eugenia Williamson's defense of the publishing industry (see "The Dead End of DIY Publishing," Arts and Entertainment, July 6).
Letters to the Boston Phoenix editors, July 6, 2012
I want to thank reporters Chris Faraone, Matt McQuaid, and the Phoenix for being one of the few media outlets to question and dig into the true agenda of Stand for Children and groups like it (see "The Price of Change," June 22).
Letters to the Boston editors, June 22, 2012
I enjoyed Gunner Scott's fantastic article and picture (see "State of the Union," the Queer Issue, May 25).
Letters to the Boston editors, June 15, 2012
I loved your Queer Issue (May 25). However, there's something that has been preventing me from fully enjoying some of the progress made in the struggle for equality and society's perception of the LGBT community.
Letters to the Boston Phoenix editors, June 1, 2012
I'm a lifelong music fan and DJ (radio and club) and I have to admit I feel like Daniel Brockman's blog post (see "The Problem with the Future of Music: Amanda Palmer and the rise of the music biz Super PAC," thePhoenix.com, May 3) has been beamed in from bizarro land.
Letters to the Boston editors, May 25, 2012
Although I could spend this opportunity ranting and raving about the sale of WFNX to Clear Channel, I'd like to take the opportunity to thank WFNX .
Letters to the Boston editors, May 18, 2012
I took issue with the final statement of Peter Keough's review of The Avengers ("Awkward First Steps," Arts & Entertainment, May 4) — with his dismissal of Agent Phil Coulson's death as not "compelling" enough to rally a group of heroes into action.
Letters to the Boston Phoenix editors, May 11, 2012
I think Amanda Palmer missed the reason she has such a broad, wide, and fervent fan base is because she was on Roadrunner in the first place.
Letters to the Boston editors, May 4, 2012
I'm curious about the inconsistency of the 2012 Boston Phoenix ballot for Best Trivia Night.
Letters to the Boston editors, April 27, 2012
It's almost laughable that people get so upset about electronic privacy when the government can search your car, containers, and property outside your home without a search warrant.
Letters to the Boston editors, April 20, 2012
Thanks for your "I was a teenage Gramlich" article (April 6). Ned Gramlich was my father.
Letters to the Boston Phoenix editors, April 6, 2012
The Boston Teachers Union (BTU) is not obscene (see "Q: Who Hates School Reform?" Editorial, March 23).
Letters to the Boston editors, March 30, 2012
The Boston Teachers Union and the Boston School Department have been negotiating for a successor contract over the last 22 months.
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