Stories for January 1990

Thursday, January 25

I Decided I Would Carve out for Myself a Small Role to Play

The history of trolley tracks and taxes

Most observers, point out that the original trolley route to San Ysidro has always been heavily traveled. "In order to get the ridership on the trolley, they forced Greyhound out and cut bus service."

Thursday, January 18

What Could Happen if You Were to Hang Out With a Bunch of Local Bikers, Drink Quite a Few Beers, and Talk About the Politics of Survival?

San Diego Hell's Angels burnish their image

I knelt on what looked like a milk crate. Beneath my knees, in yellow letters against a black cardboard background, were painted the letters UMFA. I leaned against the pool table, dipping my head into ...

Monday, January 15

Daddy Can't Make It Better

The pain of divorced fathers

“What I hate, what I’ve come to dread, even after five years of divorced parenting, is that feeling you get late Sunday afternoon, about five blocks from your ex-house, where your ex-wife lives with your ...

Thursday, January 11

The Unlikely Rescue

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