Content for Thursday, December 15, 1983

News & Stories

The Laurence Olivier of Market Street

The drama and the uncertainty at Check Cashiers, Inc.

While the monolithic banks of B Street are absorbed in fixing their depressed computers and in advertising unintelligible pie-in-the-sky programs, down at Check Cashiers, Inc., Mr. Average American is getting his spinach. The check-cashing emporium ...

The Kumeyaay rock art at Hakwin

Hallucinogen datura explains symbols

There is something startling about the place called Hakwin: in the midst of this mountain valley, green with manzanita, juniper, and pine, the hundred-foot-high granite ridge looms like an apparition. It is perhaps a half ...

From San Diego's 41st Street, Japan was a more odious enemy than Germany

My life on the ground in WWII

I may be the youngest San Diegan to remember the Second World War, especially the time immediately following the attack on Pearl Harbor. If I get lucky and live to be a hundred years old ...

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