Content for Wednesday, November 25, 1992

News & Stories

Notes from Underground

An incendiary history of San Diego's counterculture press.

Both Ritter and Remer lay a small part of the blame for the closing of the Door on the Reader, which was established in 1972. "The original Reader was a joke; we laughed at it," Ritter recalls.

Death sometimes unites them

Underprivileged Tijuanan brothers learn about grief the hard way.

Nobody knew what happened to the boys’ parents. Not even the boys — Chacho, Elijio, Carlos, and Jorge — could explain what had happened to them. As is so often the case in Tijuana, one ...

The Mothership Has Landed

Surreal Mormon architecture comes to La Jolla

The La Jolla facility will be the third Mormon temple in California and the first to be built in the state in more than 20 years. (Los Angeles’s temple was built in 1956, Oakland’s in 1964.)

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