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PO Box 1980 (by W. W.)
Twenty-eight years ago, the doctors gave me three months to live. Then, AA put its hand out to me and said, "Come along with us, and we can all grow...
Ham on Wry
OVERHEARD AT A GENERAL SERVICE CONFERENCE DINNER,"An alcoholic seeing a sign at a bar: Happy Hour--all you can drink, $1.00, goes up to the bartender...
Around AA
Have you thought about anonymity lately? Really thought about it? Or is it simply a word, part of the phrase we routinely use to identify ourselves...
Why Not Turn to an Old-timer?
First published in June of 1944, the Grapevine, our old-timer in print, has been absolutely sober ever since--and hasn't missed a monthly meeting yet...
Our Common Welfare. . .
You'll notice something a little different in the Grapevine this month: a contribution envelope bound-in for the convenience of AA members and groups...
Our Common Welfare. . .
You'll notice something a little different in the Grapevine this month: a contribution envelope bound-in for the convenience of AA members and groups...
The Year Ahead
This year, the General Service Conference adopted two Advisory Actions concerning the Grapevine (see facing page 38)--the first which ends a feature...
Ibienvenidos!
In April 1991, the AA General Service Conference asked the Grapevine to begin publishing one article in Spanish every month. The first such article,...
The Year Ahead
The 1992 General Service Conference adopted two Advisory Actions regarding the Grapevine (see listing on previous page), and as the Grapevine staff...
PO Box 1980 (by D. E.)
I am a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous. I would like to title this letter, "Living AA's Spiritual Program in a Material World." Sounds lofty,...