Letters to the Editor

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Renaissance Man

Regarding Tara Murtha’s cover story about a member of Stargazer Lily who recently became a man:

Without question, Stephan is one of the most beautiful and honest people I’ve ever known. Sometimes simply stepping up and being yourself can be a defining act of courage and bravery. Bravo, Steph. You will always be loved and admired for who you are, and I can’t wait to see the things you have yet to experience and to achieve through your eyes, your words and your music.

PATRICK, via philadelphiaweekly.com

Really well done profile of a wonderful person. I have been a fan of Stephan’s song writing for years. I was really moved by this piece and the courage it took to be true to who he really is. I wish him all the best.

EMMKAY, via philadelphiaweekly.com

Not Down With Brown

Regarding Randy LoBasso’s feature on mayoral candidate Karen Brown:

Balls or no balls, she’s still a democrat with liberal beliefs and is embarrassingly inarticulate. Why would someone with no clue and less experience in managing a city think she can run the fifth largest in the country? The new republicans in Philly can do SO much better. But then again, she wasn’t picked by the new republicans.

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

Obviously, she’s never met Nutter’s sister, mother or two grandmothers!

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

Balls, maybe. But definitely no brains.

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

Tail Spin

Regarding Brian Freedman’s review of Headhouse Square’s Twisted Tail:

You are judging harshly. The food could be better but there is enough to choose from to make this the best thing to happen to blues bars in Philadelphia since my favorite place on South Street closed. The atmosphere, the music, the service, the bar—shame on you for this pissy review.

TOM, via philadelphiaweekly.com

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