|Remembering the Courier:|
thirty years since the last Courier-Express rolled off the presses
By Steve Cichon, staffannouncer.com September 19, 2012
BUFFALO, NY (staffannouncer.com) - It was thirty years ago today, September 19, 1982. I was in my second week of kindergarten, and the last editions of the Courier-Express were hitting Western New York front stoops with a thud. It was a thick Sunday edition, and most of the "A" section was dedicated to the forever silenced presses of the liberal morning newspaper.
This is page is simply that A section, presented one page at a time. Click on each page for a larger, easier to read version. I photographed, then edited each page. If anyone has a better idea for "scanning" newspapers, I'd love to hear it... and maybe would do more.
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Me and My Ol'Man My dad died at age 58. I've really become accustomed to dealing with grief by writing about the people and things I love, and what it is and why it is that I love them. Written in the weeks following my dad's death on Palm Sunday, 2010. The story of his last week alive, and a reflection of our relationship and time together.
Good Ol'Max the Dog, 2001-2011: Steve Cichon's memories of the life and times of his faithful canine companion. Filled with photos and the great stories and the sad end of it all.
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