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Gelatin Silver Portraits from the Summer of Love in 1967

Given the state of our presidency today, the summer of 2017 might not be that different from the Summer of Love in 1967, a time of massive cultural and political change when young hippies rejected the American government, the Vietnam War, and consumer culture. 301 more words

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The Slumlord of Haight-Ashbury

I try not to take it personally, but it’s been over a week since my last Flywheel order. Even though I log in to the app at the start of each shift religiously and stay “available” the whole time, except when I already have a passenger or if I’m unable to accept orders, the Android phone attached to the vent next hasn’t chirped in so long I almost forget it’s there. 121 more words

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Good People Doing Good Things - Dr. Teri DeLane

Sometimes the best help a person in need can get comes from someone who has “been there, done that”.  Those are the people who truly understand what you are going through, whether it is the death of a loved one, a divorce, or drug addiction.  1,183 more words

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If You're Going to San Francisco...

OK, with The Boys in Blue already paying a visit twice, their next visit won’t be until September. But that shouldn’t stop any of you ballpark chasers on making the journey up north, should it? 532 more words

Summer of Love 50th Anniversary T-Shirt

I’ve created a T-Shirt celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. Here’s the design:

Since 1994, I’ve been printing T-Shirts for Haight Ashbury T-Shirts, a retail store sitting on the legendary corner of Haight and Ashbury Streets in San Francisco. 94 more words

On the Road to Satori - Haight-Ashbury

” Joaquín doesn’t live here anymore. . .

he died of the Vietnam War
—from drugs and alcohol.”

—it’s what I tell whoever asks
about my brother these days…

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Save Me, San Francisco

For the last week, I had the pleasure of being out in San Francisco and Palo Alto. TIBCO is based out of Palo Alto so I finally had the chance to go visit HQ. 1,640 more words

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