Readers respond to previous issues

Separate and equal Being a loyal customer to Fleurie for the last five years, I was incredibly disappointed when I saw the recipe published recently by the “executive chef”, Brian Helleberg, of Fleurie [Food and Drink Annual, October 20]. While he is a chef and owner, it should be noted that he is, in fact, […]

Readers respond to previous issues

Regarding the article about Professor Ruddiman [“Humans began changing climate 7,000 years ago,” UVA News, October 6], I pose the following query: What vehicles, factory smokestacks, home furnaces, etc. did the population possess 5,000 years ago generating CO2? Also, is the current melting of the Martian icecaps due to the Martians riding around in their […]

Readers respond to previous issues

Roll of the Dice Thank you for devoting space to the increasing traffic pressure that City development policy is exerting on streets least able to bear it [“Fifeville, a traffic hazard,” Government News, September 15]. Your focal point—the intersection of Fifth Street S.W. and Dice Street (really two intersections rather than one)—illustrates the problem particularly […]