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Wednesday, December 23, 1998

Richard Grayson column in the Boca Raton News proposes naming cities after corporations


Richard Grayson's column in the Boca Raton News today (Wednesday, December 23, 1998) proposes naming cities, like stadiums, after corporations.

Wednesday, November 18, 1998

Richard Grayson column in Boca Raton News on South Dakota's legal loophole allowing 3-year-olds to serve as governor


Richard Grayson has a column in the Boca Raton News today (November 18, 1998) on South Dakota's legal loophole allowing 3-year-olds to serve as governor.

Sunday, November 1, 1998

Sunday, October 18, 1998

Richard Grayson column in Boca Raton News: "Policy Toward Gays Makes Draft Impossible"



Richard Grayson has a column in the Boca Raton News today (Sunday, October 18, 1998: "Policy Toward Gays Makes Draft Impossible."

Thursday, October 8, 1998

HAPPY features Richard Grayson's "The Jurisprudence of Breast Size"





Richard Grayson's story "The Jurisprudence of Breast Size" appears in the current issue (#9, 1998) of Bayard's New York-based literary journal Happy.

Thursday, September 24, 1998

Richard Grayson column in Boca Raton News calls for a Millionaires' March on Washington


Richard Grayson's column in the Boca Raton News today (Thursday, September 24, 1998) calls for a Millionaires' March on Washington.

Saturday, September 5, 1998

Richard Grayson Op-Ed Column in Boca Raton News Supports Gender-Neutral Language in Florida State Constitution


The Boca Raton News today (Saturday, September 5, 1998) features an op-ed column, "Constitutional Amendment to Forge New Official Language," favoring a referendum to make Florida's constitution gender-neutral.

Friday, June 19, 1998

Richard Grayson Column in Boca Raton News: "You Can't Even Count on a Bank's Name Anymore"


Richard Grayson's column in the Boca Raton News today (June 19, 1998) is titled "You Can't Even Count on a Bank's Name Anymore."

Thursday, June 11, 1998

Richard Grayson letter in The New York Times: "Ban Cars, Not Carts, On New York Streets"


Richard Grayson has a letter in the New York Times today (June 11, 1998), "Ban Cars, Not Carts, On New York Streets":


To the Editor:

Fred I. Kent 3d and Andrew G. Schwartz (Op-Ed, June 6) argue that street vendors in New York should be encouraged because the decline of street-level coffee shops, bars and cafeterias has made a quick, cheap lunch hard to find in parts of Manhattan. But these establishments have largely been replaced by fast-food restaurants like McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's and Pizza Hut, which have locations all over Manhattan. Moreover, many delis and grocery stores feature takeout salad bars and sandwiches.

Street vendors may be an asset to New York, but they are hardly the only purveyors of quick, cheap lunches.

RICHARD GRAYSON
Mesa, Ariz., June 6, 1998

Thursday, May 28, 1998

Richard Grayson column in San Jose Mercury News: "Grandma, I'm Gonna Make You a Star!"


Richard Grayson has a column in the San Jose Mercury News today (May 28, 1998), "Grandma, I'm Gonna Make You a Star!"

Wednesday, April 1, 1998

Richard Grayson letter in San Jose Mercury News: "A Meeting of Simple Minds"


Richard Grayson has a letter in the San Jose Mercury News today, Wednesday, April 1, 1998, proposing that public school unifoms bear corporate logos.



Thursday, March 26, 1998

Miami Herald features Richard Grayson's essay "Dinner with W.E.B. Du Bois"


The Miami Herald today (Thursday, March 26, 1998) features Richard Grayson's "Dinner with W.E.B. Du Bois," winner of third place in the Miami Herald/NBC6 Black History Month Essay Contest.

Thursday, March 5, 1998

San Jose Mercury News covers Villa Montalvo reading featuring Richard Grayson


The San Jose Mercury News today (March 5, 1998) covers a reading at Villa Montalvo featuring Richard Grayson and Paige Evans,with a performance by composer Joelle Wallach and open studios with artists Elizabeth Ingraham and Michael Gallagher.


Wednesday, February 18, 1998

Richard Grayson letter in The New York Times: "Courts Can't End Veto Debate: New York's Penalty"


Richard Grayson has a letter in the New York Times today (February 18, 1998): "Courts Can't End Veto Debate: New York's Penalty."

Monday, January 19, 1998

Richard Grayson column in Boca Raton News: "Is America a Color-Blind Society? Not Yet"


Richard Grayson's column in the Boca Raton News today, Monday, January 19, 1998, is titled "Is America a Color-Blind Society? Not Yet."

Thursday, January 1, 1998

Richard Grayson's Boca Raton News Op-Ed Column Advocates Ending Florida's Ban on Adoptions by Gay Parents


Richard Grayson has an op-ed column in the Boca Raton News today (Thursday, January 1, 1998), "Florida Must Move Forward in Gay Adoption Laws," advocating the end of Florida's law to ban gay people from adopting children.