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2017 Color of the Year: Poised Taupe - In addition to the neutral of this taupe, we see the cornflower hues as complementary. For example, a greyish blue and a bright white along with Poised Taupe feel like a modern version of a French country kitchen.

2018 Color of the Year & Color Trends Over the Years

2017 Color of the Year: Poised Taupe - In addition to the neutral of this taupe, we see the cornflower hues as complementary. For example, a greyish blue and a bright white along with Poised Taupe feel like a modern version of a French country kitchen.

The Baez Sisters, 1968.

Jim Marshall’s Intimate Images of Legendary Musicians

The only photographer allowed backstage at the Beatles’ final concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park and the primary photographer at the legendary Woodstock music festival, Jim Marshall carved out a reputation as one of the best documentarians…

Haight Ashbury Summer Of Love - featuring Haight Ashbury, Summer Of Love, 1967 and a Super Groovy VW Bus!! - 13" x 19" Giclee print on archival quality thick 50 lb. paper stock. (actual print has no watermark) - purchase @ www.groovyfrisco.com

Groovy Frisco -Psychedelic San Francisco

Haight Ashbury Summer Of Love - featuring Haight Ashbury, Summer Of Love, 1967 and a Super Groovy VW Bus!! - 13" x 19" Giclee print on archival quality thick 50 lb. paper stock. (actual print has no watermark) - purchase @ www.groovyfrisco.com

Back to 1967: Hippies hang out in San Franciscos Golden Gate Park on Aug. 8.

Show love for summer of '67 with a visit to San Francisco

Dig out those lava lamps and striped bell-bottoms: 40 years later, the Summer of Love is being celebrated with high art (an exhibit at New York's Whitney Museum of American Art), high notes (a musical tribute to the original Monterey International...

The Grateful Dead released their first LP in 1967 - folks outside of Calif. started to hear about the newest 'hippie' San Francisco band. They were living communally in a house at 710 Ashbury Street in The Haight district in San Francisco which also was starting to get a lot of attention in the early days of 1967.

The Grateful Dead released their first LP in 1967 - folks outside of Calif. started to hear about the newest 'hippie' San Francisco band. They were living communally in a house at 710 Ashbury Street in The Haight district in San Francisco which also was starting to get a lot of attention in the early days of 1967.

☮ American Hippie ☮ Summer -Of-Love-1967

☮ American Hippie ☮ Summer -Of-Love-1967

Haight Street, San Francisco 1967

Haight Street

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12 historic photos of San Francisco's radical Haight-Ashbury district

What was Haight-Ashbury like before it became known as a counterculture epicenter?

San Francisco.

Cruising the streets during the Summer of Love

Welcome to Haight-Ashbury, capital of the hippies.

Head Quarters, a Haight-Ashbury head shop, stands in the middle of the Haight (1967) MICHAEL OCHS ARCHIVES/GETTY IMAGES

Cruising the streets during the Summer of Love

Welcome to Haight-Ashbury, capital of the hippies.

Summer of Love! We had a '67 VW Kombi--oh the fun we had in it!!!!

Cool Hippie Van!

I know this doesn't have anything to do with Monsters, superheroes or robots, but as an ex-hippie myself, I like to look around on Flickr and check out some hippie rides. I used to roll with a schoolbus, VW bug, and a VW van back in tha day! Anyway, I thought this van was post-worthy, so ENJOY!

Haight Ashbury. 1967.

Haight Ashbury. 1967.

Social History, San Francisco, California, USA, 6th October 1967. More than 100 hippies hold rites celebrating the "Death of the Hippie" as they parade down Haight Street, center of the famed Haight-Ashbury district, carrying a symbolic casket in a protest against being labeled "hippies." (Photo by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Turn on tune in - hippie photos unseen for decades

I recently had a chance to go exploring in the Chronicle's basement archives to look for...

Remember? Saturday, January 14, 1967 San Francisco  Human Be-In, Polo Grounds, Golden Gate Park Jefferson Airplane/Grateful Dead/Quicksilver Messenger...

January 13-14-15, 1967 San Francisco--Rock Weekend

From this great distance, most rock historiography is siloed, as researchers delve deeper and deeper into the details of a specific rock band's history or the minutiae of a certain event. I myself am acutely guilty of profoundly detailed research of little interest even to the participants. While the best information comes from determined research, it's also important to think about the context in which events occur. The Human Be-In, a free concert and gathering in Golden Gate Park in San…

Color photos from the Human Be-In in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco (1967) Photo by Herb Greene

Be-In

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