“We started out with a canopy-covered wagon, which had been used as a parade float."

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Richard Louv and the Reader

Juvenile hall, Timothy Leary, Lee Hubbard, WWI vets, Mayor Wilson's aides, drive-in church, positive thinkers and New Agers convene

Louv wrote feature stories for the Reader in the 1970s before becoming a regular writer for the San Diego Union. Editor's picks of stories Louv wrote for the Reader:. Where the bad boys are Just ...

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