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25 Years of The Stranger: Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION Letters from publisher Tim Keck, editor Tricia Romano, and editorial director Dan Savage FEATURE An oral history of the first year of The Stranger, by Amber Cortes {{ image:3 }} 1991–1998: THE EARLY YEARS Excerpts, essays, covers, and features from the first seven years Are You Gay? by Eric Fredericksen The canned ham dropped from the 23rd floor of the Washington Mutual Buildi
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