William Luvaas

Articles by William Luvaas

Chinaberry Farm: Finding Home

Hard-won solitude

Hemet remains stuck in the ’50s where I grew up, Pleasantville ferried to the new millennium. Driving home from teaching at San Diego State, I am charmed into a nostalgic trance by the Everly Brothers.

Roadside memorials in San Marcos, El Cajon, Scripps Ranch hold sad stories

Stark white crosses or bright upbeat efflorescences at the base of telephone poles

The sun descends behind western slopes as I drop down Banner Grade from Julian toward the Anza-Borrego Desert on High 78 — nearly 1500 feet in five miles. A park ranger I met at the ...

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