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Happy New Year!!! Hope this coming year brings more shooting for me. I especially want to do more of my early morning jaunts with just me and my camera in the car chasing sunrise all over. 52 more words

Travel

Teen-toting P-plater pinged at ‘very high speed’

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A NOVICE driver has taken less than a month to draw the ire of Tasmania Police. 4,979 more words

Crime Stoppers

San Francisco Oracle


“The Oracle of the City of San Francisco, also known as the San Francisco Oracle, was an underground newspaper published in 12 issues from September 20, 1966, to February 1968 in the… 311 more words

Counterculture

Haight Street Vintage Store Owner Pleads No-Contest To Illegal Fur Sales

(RADIO ALICE) – In San Francisco Superior Court Monday, Cicely Hansen of ‘Decades of Fashion’ in the Haight-Ashbury plead no contest to two counts of illegal possession for sale of an endangered species. 267 more words

Features

San Francisco Fashionista Pleads No Contest To Selling Endangered Animal Furs

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The owner of a vintage clothing store in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood entered a no contest plea Monday to charges that she was offering the fur of endangered animals for sale… 366 more words

News

One Radical Archive Offers a Hands-on Approach to Activist Art


“The intensified activism of the 1960s fueled by the Vietnam War and struggles over class inequality, women’s rights, and black liberation drove the rapid growth of the underground press. 290 more words

Vietnam War

San Francisco: The Haight and the Grateful Dead House

A little over fifty years ago, in 1967, it was the Summer of Love in San Francisco. In many ways the Summer of Love represents the peak of the hippie movement. 336 more words

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