» Letter: Return street entertainers
- Jane Cole St. Augustine
Editor: St. George Street has become a boring street of people wandering around with glazed eyes.
» Not singin' the blues ... he's fightin'
- By KEN LEWIS Staff Writer
Singing and playing a guitar on St. George Street led to two misdemeanor convictions for Roger Jolley, but now he's fighting them in circuit court.
» Performer workshop reopens old wounds
- By PETER GUINTA Senior Writer
During St. Augustine's City Commission's three-hour street performer workshop Wednesday, a man in the audience whispered, "Why are we opening this can of worms all over again?"
» Regret of war is not a signal of retreat
In the hours and days since 8 p.m. Wednesday, the U.S. deadline for Saddam Hussein to leave his country or face American-made Armageddon, I've been like a guy on Super Bowl Sunday with the remote control, flipping channels madly looking for the latest play.
» Letter: Return quality buskers
- John Ziebell Crescent Beach
Editor: This street performer debate is comedic in the classic sense -- at once funny and tragic. Every time an article about the issue comes up, I think about a cartoon in Playboy from the 1960s where a single saxophone player works his music on a street corner. He is joined by a guitar player, bass, trumpet and congas. The last panel has the sax player being asked to leave the group. So goes St. George Street.