SFPL We wanted to tell you about this yesterday, but the stabbing at McDonald’s took precedence. On October 6th, 1967, 46 years ago, a funeral was staged to mark the end of the Hippie scene at Haight/Ashbury.
An underwater photographer and the most decadent invention: here in the Haight.
California Historical Society Ever wonder what the end of Haight Street looked like way back when? Here’s what.
Noah Veltman Yesterday we stumbled on a marvelous map of our fair city. We couldn’t help sharing it with you.
In our perambulations we’ve often wondered about that big Victorian masterpiece at Haight and Baker, just across the corner from Buena Vista Park. We decided to find out more.
We’re coming up on the two-year anniversary of the death of one of the major LSD producers of the Psychedelic era. Bear Stanley was from a political family in Kentucky. He was the Grateful Dead’s sound engineer, and the inspiration … Continue reading
San Francisco Public Library Archives We went hunting, and unearthed a few little historical gems.
San Francisco Public Library Archives Two histories of old haunts in the Haight popped up this week. Come find out what they are.