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Calendar, Night&Day

Summer Lovin'

It must be said: the Summer of Love had no corporate sponsors. No airlines, no bottled water companies, no television stations or "megastores" wanted to paste their brand identities on hippies in 1967. But the 40th Anniversary Summer of Love…
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Music, House of Tudor House Of Tudor

House Of Tudor

Folks speak of Ruby as the solo project of Lesley Rankine, former frontwoman of Scottish noise-provocateurs Silverfish, but producer Mark Walk has been there since Ruby's inception. (In fact, the band's moniker is the shared name of the duo's maternal…
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Calendar, Halloween

Unspun

Fall of the House of Love Reality is catching up with decent but financially hapless Summer of Love promoter Chet Helms so quickly that even the usually warm, safe, and fuzzy San Francisco Focus skewered him in its September issue.…
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News, Letters

Letters

Taxing Thoughts Congrats to the Riff Raff crew for once again conveniently skirting the boundaries of libel with their commentary on Danny D. of Reality Check and the recent Boomerang prank ("Not Exactly Orson Welles' Infamous The War of the…
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News, Letters

Letters

2000, Clown It was interesting to see the article and cover story by Matt Smith "Recycling America" (July 30). Unfortunately it began with the words "As the millennium approaches," so I could not read it. Stan J. Maletic SOMA All…
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News, Feature

The Fall of Love

The fog clouded over the empty soccer fields at the west end of Golden Gate Park in a thick gray mass as Chet Helms attached a tiny microphone to his lapel. A CNN reporter in expensive shoes and a sharp…
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