Content for Thursday, November 5, 1992

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Wave Gangsters: Windansea's Violent Legacy Fades Away

Butch Van Artsdalen and his successor Scot Cherry

Even if you live and surf in La Jolla doesn’t mean you’re welcome at Windansea. “This is one of the last places in San Diego with a visible and well-known reputation for localism,” says 17-year-old ...

Lost Roads of San Diego, part 1 – Allen’s Dairy Rd., Harsathy St., Anna Ave., Vultee St., Homeland Ave., Suicide Alley

Travel down the streets that the local planning commission forgot

You’re not supposed to use Bachman Road unless you’re an employee of the UCSD Medical Center. UCSD took over this right-of-way in the mid-’80s to have an access road to their parking garage on Pill Hill.

Hard liquor, hard news, orgies, and the Reagan Revolution

Lyn Nofziger, a self-admitted right-wing kook, offers more on his life as a hard-living Republican

Born, he says, “a right-wing kook” in Bakersfield in1924, Franklyn Curran Nofziger attended Canoga Park High School, where he worked on the school paper and quit the paper over a difference in political opinion with ...

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