The San Francisco Sound: ‘White Rabbit,’ Grace Slick, and The Great Society

The Great Society in 1965
The Great Society in 1965

Grace Slick, Jerry Slick, David Miner, Bard Dupont and Darby Slick in 1965.

On this Sunday’s The Sixties in 60 radio show […]

Green Check Wants to Be Why Your Pot Dealer Can Have a Bank Account

Cannabis Shop sign

As state governments work to make sure that legalizing recreational marijuana doesn’t open a door for illegal drug cartels and/or the mob, legitimate cannabis vendors have been struggling to obtain services that are essential to running a business.

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Want Psychedelic? Nine Iconic Pristine Posters from San Francisco’s Days of Love ‘n’ Haight

Heritage Auctions is auctioning a collection of mint condition rock ‘n’ roll posters from San Francisico’s acid, weed, music, and Summer-of-Love fueled golden age in the mid to late 1960s. We have nine of them here that we’re sure you’ll want to look at.

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Kearns Tells All About Phoebe — But Who Is ‘The ‘Poetry Man?’

Phoebe Snow Rolling Cover

Phoebe Snow Rolling Cover

Phoebe Snow ‘Rolling Stone’ cover from June 5, 1975.

At about five-thirty on Sunday afternoon, Philip Kearns and the band got tuned-up to play and pay […]

Keeping Phoebe Snow’s Music Alive in Winston-Salem

Tribute to Phoebe Snow poster

Tribute to Phoebe Snow posterI can’t remember the last time I heard Phoebe Snow’s “Poetry Man” on the radio. But 40 years after the song first hit the airwaves, Philip Kearns is working to make […]