Content for Thursday, March 19, 1992

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C. Arnholt Smith, in his own words – part 1

Mr. San Diego still rolling at 93

I don’t know why we expanded like this. I guess I’m a damn fool and like to work and create things. We had to have jobs, industry. San Diego wasn’t like Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Steel.

Men should not read Helen Gurley Brown

That wild, ever-lovin Cosmo gal offers tips to the sagging grey set

"Donald Trump told me the other night at a United Cerebral Palsy gala, 'Baby, you look beautiful!''" And, "'Hair is what life is all about,' says my delicious friend Nancy Collins of Prime Time Live."

The John Cheever we never read

Suburban journals

After he came home following World War II, Cheever regularly began to keep a journal. Perhaps, living again with his wife and children, he needed a space where he could maintain, even hide, a private life.

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