A glaring omission in your story on cheap entertainment was the complete lack of information on classical music ("Nightlife on a Dime," 9/13/2013). There are frequent free concerts in Mills Concert Hall by student and faculty ensembles, including the world-renowned Pro Arte Quartet. There are many student recitals in Morphy Hall and at Capitol Lakes. There is WPR's free Sunday Afternoon Live at the Chazen and occasional events by groups such as Classical Revolution and Eliza's Toyes, which may appear in coffeehouses, churches and other venues. There are numerous chamber groups that perform inexpensively, free or by donation. We have an embarrassment of classical music riches for a city of our size, and you ignored them all.