Stories for March 1990

Thursday, March 29

Big Brick Canvas

From the start, Buster worked hard to prove that he's a graffiti artist, not some little hoodlum with a sneer on his face, paint stains on his fingers, and a can under his jean jacket. ...

Thursday, March 22

The Copley Press used to be considered a fri

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Plant Vibes, Channel 8 Snowflakes

Dear Matthew Alice: Plants are supposedly able to feel the vibes of the people who take care of them and those of other plants in their proximity. Do plants in the kitchen feel any remorse ...

He Who Serves

“Everybody I know is dead. All the big shots that hung around the Grant Grill; they’re all dead now.” The liver-spotted hands of Kent Parker clench, relax. “San Diego was a much tougher town then ...

Thursday, March 15

Everybody Onstage for the Forgiveness and Re

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Thursday, March 8

A Spear in the Dirt

Between 1:00 and 3:00 a.m. every day of the week except Sunday, the neon and fast-food desert oasis of Calexico, California, is invaded by a ragged army from Mexicali. They stream through the turnstiles at ...

Thursday, March 1

Logged On For Life

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