August 13-19, 1980 issue of SoHo News. Issue edited by Josh Friedman. Cover stories include "The People's Convention," by Peter Freiberg and David Hershkovits; "Stella, Frankly," a blurb about Frank Stella holding a $500/couple fundraiser for the Carter/Mondale campaign. "A Kennedy Delegate - Gail Lumet Believes in Camelot," by Allan Wolper; "'It's a Vomit!' - the Democrats Commit Hara-Kiri and Expose the Folly and Futility of Procedural Liberalism," by Doug Ireland, "Video: Cable News Network - The Mimi Takes on the Maxi," by Bob Brewin; "Style: What I Brought to Wear at the Convention - Inside a Delegates Suitcase," by Jonathan Postal; "Unconventional Photographs," by Richmond Jones; "Mixed Media," by Lewis Grossberger; "Up the Escalators," by Alan Platt; and "Mazursky Sells Out," by Veronica Geng. Art reporting includes "Turning (Japanese) in the Wind," by William Zimmer; "Photography Reviews: Not So Glad to Be Gay?" Andy Grundberg reviews the Summer Show at Robert Samuel Gallery and "Deconstruction/Reconstruction," at the New Museum. Cover photograph by Ken Regan.