City Newspaper, Rochester, NY, (1985-1986).

  • He did singing telegrams. I interviewed and photographed him in San Diego park where he was taking a lunch break

    “War on Drugs Okay As Long as Battle Cry is ‘Know Thy Ene­my,'” (Septem­ber 7, 1986).

  • “Things Said Across the Kitchen Table,” (August 21, 1986).
  • “God All Along,” (July 31, 1986).
  • “Hard Words,” (June 19, 1986).
  • “Boys and My Rabbit,” (June 5, 1986).
  • “All the Pomp and Circumstance,” (May 22, 1986).
  • “Bring ALL the Boys Home,” Cover Story, (May 1, 1986)
  • “Pro­mises of F­riend­ship,” (same issue).
  • “Strange Mornings,” (April 24, 1986).
  • “Growing Older Catholic,” (March 13, 1986).
  • “Do You Wanna Dance?,” (February 27, 1986).
  • “America’s Bold Promise,” (February 27, 1986).
  • “A Different Comparison,” (January 30, 1986).
  • “Storm Warnings,” (January 3, 1986).
  • “Hope,” (December 19, 1985).
  • “Book Reviews,” (December 12, 1985).

    In Nicaragua, on the anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution. Photograph by Peter Fougaey
  • “The Pleasure of His Company,” (December 12, 1985).
  • “Teachers With Wings,” (December 5, 1985).
  • “Notes From the Trial,” Cover Story, (November 21, 1985).
  • “The Politics of Escape,” (November 7, 1985).
  • “Women of the Trial,” (October 24, 1985).
  • “The Moon Stepped Aside,” (September 5, 1985).
  • “Even the Heavens Weep,” (August 15, 1985).
  • “Journeys,” (August 22, 1985).
  • “Halfway–With the Holy Man,” (August 15, 1985).
  • “Land of Enchantment,” (August 1, 1985).
  • “The Seventh Day,” (July 18, 1985).
  • “At the Memorial,” (July 3, 1985).
  • “Fishing With My Father,” (June 20, 1985).
  • “The Afrikaners,” (June 6, 1985).
  • “Vincent,” (May 23, l985).
  • “Inside Nicaragua,” (May 9, 1985).
  • “Erna’s 92,” (April 23, 1985).

 

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