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Reader's View: 'Place of worship' had no place on 'best' list

As a former magazine editor, I understand the advertising power of a "best of the best" list. But it struck me as slightly bizarre that the News Tribune included best "Place of Worship" on its list published Sept. 3 — as if worshipping is another form of entertainment or way for people to consume.

Additionally, in a complex, increasingly fractionalized, multicultural world full of Muslims, Jews, Christians, agnostics, atheists, and others, how does one discern a "best" place to worship?

I hope that next year this category isn't in the mix.

Stephanie Pearson