Stories for October 1984

Thursday, October 25

Wildfire!

On September 6 an arsonist created an East County inferno. Fighting that blaze was as risky and complicated as wartime combat. This is how it was done.

The American Sunday

What we used to do on the seventh day.

“Once dinner was over,” the Kansas-bred woman says, “you could at least get out of your Sunday clothes.” Children played quietly in the neighborhood. In less strict families, the children might go to the movies.

Thursday, October 18

The 200% Americanization of Aleksandr Gibalevich: Is there really such a thing as a Russian Yuppie?

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Thursday, October 11

Absolutely No Preservatives

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Belle's Toll

The late Mission Bay hotelier Bill Evans began making plans two years ago to add a second cruise boat to the one already plying the waters of Mission Bay between the two hotels he owns ...

Thursday, October 4

This Is the Way It Was

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