Finally, for the Weekly to publish such an unsupported sniper attack days before the election was an act blatantly calculated to thwart any meaningful and timely rebuttal. No, I’m not accusing you, the writer, of being a "communistic, egalitarian leveler." But in this case, youbeen a very, very bad journalist.
Regarding Dan Epstein’s article on the loss of radio station KBLT ["A Change in the Air," November 13–19], KBLT is not an island, entire of itself . . . Any censorship of my Silver Lake neighbors diminishes me, because I am part of Silver Lake; and therefore never send to know for whom the Feds come; they come for thee . . .
Due to a fact-checking error — and with an unintentional nod to the author of Mildred Pierceand The Postman Always Rings Twice — John M. Stahl appeared as "James M. Stahl" in the opening sentence of Manohla Dargis’ contribution to our 20th-anniversary issue ("They Lost It at the Movies," November 20–26).