Thursday, October 28, 1982
Fort Lauderdale News & Sun-Sentinel reports on Richard Grayson at Broward Community College's "The Art Explosion: New Video"
The Fort Lauderdale News & Sun-Sentinel reports today (October 28, 1982) on Richard Grayson at Broward Community College's "The Art Explosion: New Video," a monthlong "happening" sponsored by the school's Art Department. Grayson will read his story "Inside Barbara Walters," about video literacy.
Sunday, October 17, 1982
Miami Herald reports on Richard Grayson's $3000 Florida Arts Council grant to write EATING AT ARBY'S
The Miami Herald today (Sunday, October 17, 1982) reports on Richard Grayson's $3,000 Florida Arts Council grant to write Eating at Arby's: The South Florida Stories.
Thursday, October 7, 1982
Hollywood Sun-Tattler "Names and Places" column reports on Richard Grayson's EATING AT ARBY'S: THE SOUTH FLORDA STORIES
Today, Thursday, October 7, 1982, Carol Brzozowski's Names and Places column in the Hollywood Sun-Tattler has an item on Richard Grayson's Eating at Arby's: The South Florida Stories:
IT'S TRUE: JUST TELL 'EM
READ RICHARD'S BOOK
So the folks back home don't believe your horror stories about driving on I-95?
You get a few chuckles when you spin your favorite yarns about shopping at our area malls?
Fear no more! Davie resident and Broward Community College English teacher Richard Grayson has published a book entitled "Eating at Arby's: The South Florida Stories." It puts into print those daily dilemmas only we South Floridians can truly appreciate.
Richard, known for his witty sarcasm and last March a hardly serious candidate for Davie's council, had received a $3,000 grant from the Florida Arts Council to produce a series of "documentary" stories on South Florida life.
"It's a pleasure to bring great literature to South Florida," he says. "I hope the taxpayers of Florida agree that the grant money I received was well spent."
You can be the judge of that if you care to part with $3 to buy the book.