Stories for September 1984

Thursday, September 27

A Ring Full of Dreams

Two hours before the fights begin, the boxing ring is a clean canvas framed by loose ropes and illuminated from above by stars of blue neon. Surrounding the ring, the wooden floor at the Palisades ...

Letters from the inside, Pt. 2

Sooo! How ah yas!. Some skeevy little bastard stole my cup. Minor point, but it becomes a hastle if you don’t have a cup. Luckily, the guard on duty is really good people and we ...

Thursday, September 20

The Team That Jack Built

Runners stand at every base. The pitcher glances at them one by one from his vantage point on the mound, as if he is hoping they will evaporate, will reveal themselves to be characters in ...

Thursday, September 13

The Big Lure

At four o'clock on a Saturday morning about the only people you will find awake in San Diego County are short-order cooks, cops, insomniacs, truck drivers, and bass fishermen. Of them all, the bass fishermen ...

Thursday, September 6

The Tale of an Elephant

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About Phases

The Hotel Del Coronado’s plans to move the Oxford Hotel onto its grounds is actually the first step in a five-phase conceptual master plan completed by San Diego architectural firm Bradt Ackerman & Associates just ...

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