Letters

Step Away from the Crackers

John Q. Public
To the editor: Thanks to Chow, Baby for pointing out the absurdity of the patrons who wanted a complete redo of their meal at Jamaican Gates (“Ya Too Rude,” July 8, 2009).


Answers Needed on Taser Death

John Q. Public
To the editor: The Metropolis story (“Waiting for Answers,” July 22, 2009) by Gayle Reaves is one that deserves an answer in lieu of the redundant excuses for why¬† there has been no official determination of the ca...



Tackling the Rainbow

John Q. Public
To the editor: Once again Fort Worth Weekly and its team of thorough investigators (in this case, Dan McGraw, Jeff Prince, and Jimmy Fowler) excelled with detailed reporting only days after the event at the Rainbow Lounge (R...


TCU’s Many Faces

John Q. Public
To the editor: I am a female, liberal, minority graduate of TCU who wears her purple colors loud and proud. Yours was an excellent article on TCU (“Higher Math,” July 1, 2009).



Purple Pride

John Q. Public
To the editor: Regarding your recent story on Texas Christian University (“Higher Math,” July 1, 2009): Here’s just a partial list of where recent graduates of TCU’s Department of Film, Television and Di...


Esprit de Riverside

John Q. Public
To the editor: Jeff Prince’s latest article (“Cross about the Crossing,” June 17, 2009) shows us that those in power who work their silver tongues aren’t always going to get their way, especially when th...



Amazing Mom

John Q. Public
To the editor: Wow, what a column (“You Are There,” June 17, 2009). Shari Julian is an amazing mother and her son is a very lucky young man. I sit here in tears and with a lump in my throat. I have two little boys a...


Yelling about the Quiet Zone

John Q. Public
To the editor: I want to thank Jeff Prince for his story (“Cross about the Crossing,” June 17, 2009) about the very contentious meeting of Riverside residents with the City of Fort Worth, the Trinity Railway Express...



Under the Weekly Microscope

John Q. Public
To the editor: The May 27 cover story on the funding of the medical examiner’s office (“Dissecting the Evidence”), by Peter Gorman, was a fascinating education in investigative journalism.


Be Happy at JPS

John Q. Public
To the editor: Way to go! “Nurses Unite” (May 6, 2009) has really helped the nursing shortage … to continue. What could be worse than working for someone who doesn’t care, with someone who feels powerless?