Letters to the Editor

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All we are saying is give art a chance in Cincinnati

On page 20 of the sixth draft of Glyn O'Malley's play-in-progress Paradise is a line that has proved prophetic for this unfairly thwarted playwright: "Point of view is everything." More

CBS faces tough dilemma with Masters tournament

CBS faces some tough journalistic decisions next month when it broadcasts the Masters tournament. Under ordinary circumstances, Tiger Woods

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We are mystified at CBS

Letters To The Editor

We want to hear from you. To comment on a City Paper story or a local issue, send us a letter (with zip code and a daytime phone number for verification) to: letters@nashvillecitypaper.com; or Editor, The City Paper, P.O. Box 158434, Nashville, TN 37215. Letters should be typed and no more than 100 words. Letters may be edited to fit and there is no guarantee letters received will be printed. More

Who

We are concerned about the firing of head basketball coach Jerry Meyer at Montgomery Bell Academy (MBA). MBA More

It

It's time for the Bush administration to tell Congress and the American people the truth. What will the war in Iraq cost, in terms of both money and manpower? In recent public appearances, the president and his advisors have repeatedly stonewalled on these questions, and the reason for their strategy is clear. More

Using race card hinders our freedom of the press

In this very turbulent time, Americans are still distrustful of the media that they are dependent upon for vital information. A brand-new Gallup Poll says 60 percent of Americans believe the media is biased; 45 percent think the media too liberal; 15 percent say it is too conservative. More

What a father can do when his daughter disappears

Barry Johnson is the father of a 15-year-old girl. He has had sole custody of Nicole since he split from her mother when the girl was only 1. More

Certainty before finality in Abdur

Imagine you are in jail accused of murder. It is a week before your trial, and you have not yet even met your lawyer. No witnesses have been lined up in your defense. More
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