Stories for November 1994

Thursday, November 24

Revenge

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Thursday, November 17

If It Turns out I'm an Investigator He Says They'll Kill Me

How easy is it to buy a Green Card?

Even when he had more with him than just the pair of blue-and-white shorts he wore when the border patrolman and five classified-duty Marines found him, he wouldn’t have had an ID. Crossing, you’re anonymous. ...

Loser's Guide to Lakeside

Doing Lakeside the slacker way

Lakeside has tried desperately to overcome its redneck image, and it has, to a certain extent. There is plenty of new development in the city, bringing more middle-class families who want to escape an increasingly ...

Down, Down, Down She Goes

Helen Copley can’t be much of a happy camper these days. During the first half of the year, Copley’s flagship newspaper, the Union-Tribune, lost 3 percent of its average daily circulation, down to about 372,000; ...

Thursday, November 10

The Debris of What You Really Do

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Thursday, November 3

A Little Bit East of Eden

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Divorce Isn't About Itself, But What Went Before

It was a case of whatever you do, you’ll regret it. When people ask if I thought I made the right choice when I divorced, I always say, “No.” Whichever way it had gone, stay ...

Clinton-and-Brown-Loving, Rich Texas Liberal Seeks Date with Padres

Moores started his own company, BMC Software, in the Houston suburb of Sugar Land in 1980, with a $1000 investment. He had to cover some company costs with his personal credit card.

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