Content for Wednesday, November 25, 1992
News & Stories
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.
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 ...