Stories for October 1979

Thursday, October 25

Night Watch: Security Guards Report

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Any way the wind blows

Russ glides off a cliff

The wind is picking up at Torrey Pines. It happens each year as summer gives way to autumn, when land and sea begin a tug-of-war with the coastal air. The Pacific will lose this contest; ...

Thursday, October 18

Gorin by himself

Godard collaborator at UCSD explains Poto and Cabengo

The media rampage on the Kennedy twins is not something that originated in the family. The publicity came out of the fact that the PR department of the hospital leaked the word to the press.

Two Dollar Tour

Reader writer goes on the road with the Penetrators

"If I've had a nutritional meal in the last year, it’ll come as a surprise to my stomach," quips Dan McLain in between resounding burps. It is almost midnight and we are sitting outside a ...

Thursday, October 11

Love With a Proper Stranger

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DMV Lines

Dear Matthew Alice: While standing in the license renewal line for an hour and a half the other day at the Department of Motor Vehicles, I realized that this mundane chore is one of our ...

Thursday, October 4

Tales of Old Burlingame

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A quiet place south of here

Still windowless and doorless and lacking tarpaper on the roof, the school is a twenty-by-forty-foot plywood-and-frame structure built on a concrete-slab floor. The blackboards are strips of sheet metal painted green.

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