Stories for May 1994

Thursday, May 26

Love in a Burning Building

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

Bastard in Love

Every Laser sailor knows the joint between mast step tube and deck is the greatest pinpoint stress location onboard the boat. All of the drive created by the rig above is transmitted directly through this joint,

Thursday, May 19

Sunstruck

Can you imagine somewhere you’ve been? I mean, in person, actually been. That all depends — on what you call imagination, and how you want it to work for you. I was in Southern California ...

Thursday, May 12

Long-necked Bananza

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Hem Food

Papa loved to cook

“’Fraid of nothing,” Ernest Hemingway’s mother recorded his saying when he was a toddler. Hemingway sought out wars in Italy, Spain, China, and France. He followed the bulls in Spain and hunted lion in Africa. ...

Thursday, May 5

An Ugly Toad's Promise

I’m one of the Chinese Americans who cringe at the word “Chinaman” and understand spoken Chinese but can’t and won’t speak it and hear Chinamen telling everyone what kind of stupid American-born fool I am.

At Fort Rosecrans, You Can't Take Much with You

R.O. Peterson's funeral served to underscore the overcrowding at Fort Rosecrans.

“Right now there are 500 deceased veterans from San Diego and around the country waiting to be placed in the wall. R.O. Peterson is 500th on a 500-person list to receive the honor.”

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