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Why Is Ask a Mexican MIA?



Just wondering why the Ask A Mexican column has been missing for just about a month. I always thought it to be simultaneously mind-boggling and hope-inspiring that it showed up in a Salt Lake publication, indie or otherwise. Please tell me that you haven’t dropped this hilarious column!

Ramón Lagos
Salt Lake City

Editor’s note: Thanks for noticing, Ramón. We have not run Ask A Mexican for the past month. In a quest to find more space for local content, we are reviewing our syndicated columns and may decide to retire the Ask A Mexican column. We’d like to hear from readers. If you have an opinion about any of our syndicated content (e.g., Straight Dope, NewsQuirks, Ask A Mexican, Free Will Astrology, This Modern World), send a note to editor@cityweekly.net.