Ian Anderson 2:30 p.m., Nov. 19
By the time I turned onto Olive Street, it was well after ten and the street was quiet.
Posted November 16, 2000
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Olive Street, Jonestown, San Diego black activists, Sherley Williams, the blind, the fat, the author's family
Born Hawkins Mitchell in Southeast San Diego and sent to St. Augustine High School, he was a Wallace Stegner fellow at Stanford. He began writing feature stories for the Reader at the urging of Judith ...
A house and a tree spell contentment to me
In 1957 an earth-fill bridge replaced the old wood-and-iron one, which had been the center of controversy for many years. San Diego youths had seen the bridge timbers as a challenge and had often made the climb.