Hear stories from those who were there.
San Francisco's revolutionary rock poster movement of the mid-late 1960's produced some of rock n' roll's most colorful, strange and outrageously eclectic posters of its time.
Listen to Stanley Mouse recount the story of how the iconic 'Skull & Roses’ Grateful Dead logo came to be.
See snapshots from the "Human Be-In" at Golden Gate Park.
Check out the birthplace of America's counter-culture movement in 1967.
Prominent counterculturist Peter Coyote details the lasting legacy of the Summer of Love.