Stories for April 1985

Thursday, April 25

An Even Break

The pilot has changed course to avoid the thunderstorm in the west and passengers on that side are crowding the windows. The black bank of clouds is randomly lit from within by strokes of lightning ...

Thursday, April 18

Standing in Dead Men's Shoes

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Digging It in Kensington

Joseph Franklin Rutherford, president of the Jehovah’s Witnesses from 1916 to 1940, planned to see Kensington engulfed in flames one day. If his predictions held true, he foresaw himself standing in the third-story watchtower of ...

A Visit to San Diego

In August they begin work early in the morning while the day is still cool. Their songs and conversation, in rapid Spanish, drift through the orange grove, muted only by the rhythmic slam of the ...

Thursday, April 11

Their Kind of Town

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Thursday, April 4

And on This Farm They Had Some Fish

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