Matthew Lickona 4 p.m., May 26
Stories for April 1996
Thursday, April 25
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San Diego Magazine publisher unrelenting on Copleys
The San Diego Union-Tribune harbors “unprofessional, childlike, head-in-the-sand attitudes toward events and ideas." The paper has "bad journalistic habits, plus [a] tendency to sound the bugle call to action whenever it feels its ideological tenets ...
Thursday, April 18
San Diego composers Gillis, Bastien, Groupe, Reynolds, Sollberger, and Ward-Steinman
“I have always been interested in music.” says composer Ron Gillis, founder and artistic director of the San Diego Choral Artists. “As a kid I always walked around with tunes in my head. I thought ...
Reader writer tries to get in.
Al suggested I get into the nuclear field. It required a high score for entry and entailed a lot of training— more than two years — but would translate to a marketable skill in the civilian world.
Triumph in degradation
What woke me was a hand over my face, over my mouth and nose: the pressure, the instinctive still-asleep panic of being unable to breathe; someone’s hands yanking my arms over my head; a body on mine, knees crushing my chest and stomach.