Tag Archives: Tustin

“Oranges for Health! California for Wealth!” — Sunkist

March 21, 2012


Photograph courtesy of Aubrie Koenig

Every piece of California’s quilted landscape comes with a food cultivation story, from abalone and almonds to asparagus and artichokes. In Southern California, citrus was the name of the game. Not just oranges, but lemons and grapefruits and limes as well. The cultivation and harvest of ‘orange gold’ made a splash that spurred growth and […]

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History Press West Authors Out And About

November 28, 2011


Guy and Juanita

Tustin locals have likely heard the buzz about Tustin As It Once Was. On Saturday December 3, author Juanita Lovret will be signing copies of her book at the Tustin Area Museum from 10 am to 2 pm. Stop by and say hello! Fresh from events at San Diego’s Upstart Crow and the Save Our […]

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Interview with Juanita Lovret, Author of Tustin As It Once Was

October 7, 2011


AK: How did you get started writing your “Remember When” column for the Tustin News? What was the first story you told? JL: Jill Leach, editor of the Tustin News, called me in late spring, 1997, and asked me to write a column on growing up and living in Tustin all my life.  I declined […]

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