by Paul Liberatore :marinij – excerpt
It’s been a bitter winter for the Summer of Love.
Plans for the 50th anniversary celebration of San Francisco’s hippie history have been marred by a conflict between the city and Mill Valley producer Boots Hughston, whose permit for a free June 4 concert on the Golden Gate Park Polo Fields to celebrate 1967’s Summer of Love was denied last week by a unanimous vote of the recreation and parks commission.
The day after the decision, based on rec and park staff’s “serious concerns” about security, park protection and disruption of the neighborhood, Hughston was exploring other options, including resubmitting his application for a permit, moving the concert to another location or, as a more drastic step, filing a lawsuit against the city to get its ruling overturned…(more)
We knew the Park and Rec Department lost its soul, but really guys? At…
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