RE: “Something missing in our news” [Viewpoint, Aug. 15]:
There is something about sitting down with a newspaper. Pulling the sections apart and piling them in order to be read. Rustling the paper and reading about foreign affairs or local news over a cup of tea.
I may have my websites in which I seek out news, but I still buy newspapers. There is just something tangible about holding the news in your hands.
There is nothing like it and never will be.
Sandy Capponcelli, Athens
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