A reader writes:
This is just a note to thank you for your website and your theatre criticism in the Wall Street Journal. I have been enjoying your reviews since I began work at a company where one of my co-workers brings his copy of the WSJ in to share with us, and since I am a devoted attendee at plays here in Boston, I am always happy to hear what you have to say about productions here in my hometown.
I’ve been delighted to find that your website has also added to my life by introducing me to authors I wouldn’t otherwise have heard of, and musicians I wouldn’t otherwise have heard. The world currently offers lots of ways to spend free time, but I try to spend it wisely, and the advice and opinions of you and your fellow columnists on your website have helped me to do so. Thank you and your colleagues for your work, and congratulations on your recent marriage.
Right back at you, dear correspondent. Letters like this remind me–and OGIC and CAAF–of why we keep on doing what we do.