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Friday, Jun 9, 2017 at 08:31 PM PDT

The Neighborhood Event That Changed the World

The Neighborhood Event That Changed  the World

It was the neighborhood event that shook the world. The Summer of 1967 in the Haight Ashbury changed the way we look at sex, drugs, rock n’roll and reality for ever.

Saturday, Jun 10, 2017 at 06:43 PM PDT
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By Jennifer Gonzalez, Riya Bhattacharjee

Inside Stanley Mouse's Art Studio

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Saturday, Jun 10, 2017 at 06:44 PM PDT
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By Jennifer Gonzalez, Riya Bhattacharjee

Summer of Love: San Francisco's Poster Movement

San Francisco's revolutionary rock poster movement of the mid-late 1960's produc...View gallery

  • The Art of Stanley Mouse: California Dreams
  • Gloria Swanson, 1966
  • Daily Flash, 1966
Saturday, Jun 10, 2017 at 05:58 PM PDT

A Message to Millennials From Grateful Dead Artist Stanley Mouse

A Message to Millennials From Grateful Dead Artist Stanley Mouse

The artist behind The Grateful Dead's iconic skull and roses logo has a message for young people. Looking back at the "Summer of Love," and the ideas about freedom, money, love and the earth that came...

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 02:18 PM PDT

Stanley Mouse Attends Beatles Birthday Party

Stanley Mouse Attends Beatles Birthday Party

In this web extra clip from "Bay Area Revelations: Summer of Love, 50 years later," poster artist Stanley Mouse tells us about the time singer Eric Clapton called him to do an art ...

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The Bay Area Revelations team takes a look back at the stories and people who lived and survived the Summer Of Love in 1967. Watch "Bay Area Revelations: Summer of Love, 50 Years Later," Saturday, June 10 at 8 p.m. on NBC Bay Area.

Exploring 'Summer of Love'

Bay Area independent filmmaker Jack O’Connell captured the zeitgeist of 60s America with “Revolution,” his documentary of the San Francisco hippie counter-culture during 1967. The hippie spirit of Haight-Ashbury is alive and well in the documentary, shot in the heart of San Francisco during the groovy days when hair was long, love was free and acid abounded. Featuring concert footage of Country Joe and the Fish and other bands, Connell’s film captures the counterculture’s scope, from impassioned leaders such as Rev. Cecil Williams down to ordinary freaks on the street.
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