Haight And Ashbury

20 Jun 19
RACHEL'S REAL ESTATE UPDATES

Baby boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, were the radical hippie generation, known as “flower children.” Think Beatles, Haight-Ashbury, Rolling Stones, and Woodstock. “Don’t trust anyone over 30” was the mantra of this trendsetting generation that continues to leave its mark on society by redefining what it now means to grow old. Due to a […]

19 Jun 19
News Directory

click to enlarge BOOGIE CIRCUS | Luthi w / Jinzen Bone with Zane members (eighty-seven nights) Thursday. June 20 9 p.m. $ 10 / adv., $ 12 / door Pour House With the danger of ambiguity, the best way to describe the funk arguments in Luthi is to give them a good time. They are […]

19 Jun 19
Espresso and Confidence

// How will my leaving shape you? Have I left an impact at all? Will you be wistful, when another comes to know the little things that I’ve learned in our time together? Will you think of me differently than the others who have come and gone? Oh, San Francisco, will you miss me? Will […]

19 Jun 19
Archy news nety

click to enlarge BOOGIE CIRCUS | Luthi w / Bone Jinzen with Zane (ft. members of Eighty Seven Nights) Thurs. Jun 20 9 p.m. $ 10 / adv., $ 12 / door Pour House At the risk of sounding ambiguous, the best way to describe the funk prodigies in Luthi is to call them a […]

19 Jun 19
Murder By Text

Corner of Haight-Ashbury, has a display of Bats with screws.

18 Jun 19
TOTP Rewind

Unlike the previous two years, 1988 would prove to be one of the decade’s most memorable in terms of a shift in the music that we consumed. Whilst 1986 had seemed like the early morning come down after new pop’s party had reached a peak with Live Aid, 1987 had been a John the Baptist […]

18 Jun 19
Making Histolines

George Harrison playing a guitar he was handed during his visit to Haight-Ashbury in 1967 || http://bit.ly/2IpcgaM via #OldSchoolCool

18 Jun 19
A Pilgrim in Augsburg

Homilies for the Feast of the Holy Trinity This year, I joined with the saints of Holy Trinity parish in Decatur as my godson was baptized into the Body of Christ. (It was also their patronal feast day and the bishop preached. What a joyous celebration!) In lieu, then, of my normal Sunday sermon, here […]

16 Jun 19
The Nihilist Void

Despite having spent the bulk of our lives as residents of California, my wife Juneko and I had never visited San Diego, the state’s second largest city. In order to correct this oversight, we decided to make it the destination of a summer road trip. We would follow Highway 1 south from Marin County, stopping […]

15 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

Share this article: By Megan Bianco This year marks the 50th anniversary of 1969, the last year of the decade of the 60s. The decade was undoubtedly the biggest counterculture event in modern history, both in its impact on society and in particular on pop culture. But the decade also ended on rather harsh notes […]

14 Jun 19
Midnight Cowboy

The Advent of the Flower Generation which heralded the beginning of the Counter-culture movement giving birth to the penultimate symbol of the glorious and colorful era of the radical beatniks that dominated the psychedelic scene – The Hippies. The actual beginning of the Flower Generation was established in 1965 which was taken from H.G. Wells’ […]