Peter Griffin

Griffin came out from Rhode Island to write off and on for the Reader in the mid-1990s.

He recommended a student of his, David Rioux, who wrote two cover stories for the Reader in 1993.

Feb. 2, 1995, page 51: I Want, I Want, I Want (Year of the Bear event)

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