Stories for November 1982

Wednesday, November 24

The Backster Experiments

This cover story has not yet been posted. However, you can download the digital edition to view any story from this issue.

Life in the Courts

A Bungalow Survey

By the 1930s, bungalow courts were appearing in a fantastic variety of styles: Tudor, Dutch, French, Moorish, Egyptian (celebrating the discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb in 1922), and of course Spanish and Mission.

Thursday, November 18

One Woman, One Man, No Baby

An abortion story.

“I can’t afford to buy a bed and pay for an abortion too.” “Hey!” Her voice rose in pitch, tightening. “I never said I’d have an abortion.”

Thursday, November 11

All The Way To The Banks

This cover story has not yet been posted. However, you can download the digital edition to view any story from this issue.

They Come and They Go

Three and a half years ago, Stan Sorenson, who at the time operated a small bookstore on Bacons Street in Ocean Beach, decided on a whim to start a community newspaper. It had been four ...

Thursday, November 4

Eight Ball in the Corner Pocket

To promote the development of the Gaslamp Quarter he once asked Mrs. Yamada if she were interested in selling. She replied with a quiet word about wanting to keep going for a year or two.

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