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I want to give kudos and express my appreciation for my most recently received issue of your paper. It is good to see more articles appearing throughout the issue.

I fell in love with City Weekly in the mid-’90s when I picked up the “Interview With the Vampire” article on local DJ and musician Kevin Reece.

I became disenchanted when many articles and features of the paper gave way to excessive advertising. It is understandable that the paper needs to be funded somehow, but I am still glad to see more articles and features resurfacing.

Thank you for your coverage of local culture. You guys are awesome.

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