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Topic: Grapevine History
From the Grapevine to an AA "Inside" Magazine--Thanks
Even before the Grapevine was started, other AA publications were being issued locally, as AA Comes of Age notes. During this magazine's quarter-century as the voice of the whole Fellowship, our...
Grapevine Table
No, we don't mean the table where the latest issue is displayed for sale. The expression is taken from the following item in The Frontiersman, AA newsletter in Buffalo, N.Y.: "Cheektowaga now has a...
GV Meeting--a Trend?
The first session of a newly formed Grapevine study and discussion meeting in Columbus, Ohio, had a turnout of 28 people--"a little overwhelming!" our correspondent comments. As a background for the...
New Booklet--New Pamphlet
At our first meetings, we all heard down-to-earth suggestions on ways to stay away from that first drink--and the most effective have now been set down in print, in the new AA booklet Living Sober....
Pay-as-You-Go to Go
The pay-as-you-go system of ordering Grapevines, which comes to an end on December 31, was designed for the AA groups of more than 30 years ago. In the young Fellowship, group treasuries were meager...
26th Conference Considers Questions of Wide AA Concern
At the 26th annual meeting of the AA General Service Conference (U.S. and Canada), April 19-24, in New York City, its 133 members thoroughly discussed subjects that have drawn the attention of AAs in...
Action of 1983 Conference Affect AA Publication
Both spring and excitement were in the air as members of the 33rd General Service Conference met at the Roosevelt Hotel, New York City, April 17-23, 1983, for a demanding and productive week....
Thirteen Years Ago This Month
The second installment of the new feature initiated last month--highlights and excerpts from the Grapevine issue of the same month in our first year: 1944 ONE OF THE STRONGEST MOTIVES behind the...
THIRTEEN YEARS AGO THIS MONTH - The fourth in a series of highlights from early Grapevines
From the November 1944 Grapevine we came upon a bit of nonsense by S. J. Perelman, one of the funniest of that assorted category of writers whose business it is to be funny. Though our ailment be...

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