Thanks for such a great article ("Queen of Cuisine," Cover Story, Nov. 16). After living in Richmond for the past 15 years, I've heard of and patronized the individual restaurants but never knew who owned them and how closely connected they were. Kudos! My hat is off to you, Michelle Williams and to your team.
Get Your Guns Straight
While I agree 100 percent with the comments about how Nancy (dis)Grace hammered the VCU police with comments that did not wholly match the truth ("Collision Course," Cover Story, Nov. 9), I have a big problem with your photo of a M1911 Cal. 45 semiauto pistol identified as a .357-caliber Glock. I would be happy to vet any future firearm photos at no charge just to keep the truth in journalism.
Walter R. Anderson
In "Collision Course" (Cover Story, Nov. 9), a caption and photo were mismatched. The gun pictured was a .45-caliber Springfield.
We mistakenly identified Sen. Bill Bolling's opponent, Sen. Leslie Byrne ("One Race Ends, Another Begins," News & Features, Nov. 16). Style regrets the errors.
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