Today marks 112 years since San Francisco’s earthquake and fire of 1906. Continue reading
“I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that.” If that quote makes your spine tingle, you may be recalling the first time you watched, “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Continue reading
In 1968, San Francisco State University erupted in what would become the longest student strike in history, without any social media. Continue reading
It is almost time for baseball! Continue reading
1968 was a very serious year. The Vietnam War was raging, both Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King were assassinated, and we saw public protests and unrest across the country. Continue reading
In 1965, Petula Clark watched “Downtown” climb to No. 1 on the American charts. Three million copies were sold in America while the song was already a success in the UK, France (in both the English and the French versions), the Netherlands, Germany, Australia, Italy, Rhodesia, Japan and India.