Matt Potter 6:30 a.m., Jan. 18
Some of Krueger stories from the archives:
May 4, 1978, page 3 Ford Finds Parking Space in San Diego (President's son starts business here)
Apr. 22, 1982, page 2 The Battle of Queens' Corners (transvestites vie for downtown locations)
June 11, 1984, page 8 All the Fine New Prefixes (Inside Story on telephone numbers)
Dec. 6, 1984, page 3 Shelf Realization (Boney's vs. Windmill Farms)
Dec. 13, 1984, page 8 Inside Story (L.A. Times, San Diego edition)
June 20, 1985, page 8 Inside Story (Joan Kroc friendship with Robert Blair Kaiser)
May 19, 1988, page 8 Inside Story (transvestite political figure Nicole Murray)
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Paul Krueger is the father of Will Krueger, who has written a travel story for the Reader on Cuba.
Articles by Paul Krueger
Fame is like a river....
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