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Recher not responsible for Towson scuffle

I do not understand how anybody can hold the Recher Theatre or especially Brian Recher responsible for the melee that occurred outside of the Towson theater ("Kamenetz blames Recher for Towson melee," Sept. 26).

We have been doing business with the Recher Theatre since our son (now age 29) was involved in the local band scene. I always found this theater to be on top of the drinking issue and even sending people out of the theater for taking a sip out of their parents' cups. They are a class act.

Honey Book, Baltimore

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