Another Man Down

July has the most fog of any month of the year at the Golden Gate Bridge. It rarely comes in on little cat’s paws. It is more like a lion that is on you before you know it. At least that’s the way it seems at night, when you’re the only one on duty

August 16, 1977  — Elvis Presley, known as “The King of Rock and Roll”, died aged 42 in Memphis, Tennessee.

I opened the Woodstock Festival even though I was supposed to be fifth. I said, ‘What am I doing here? No, no, not me, not first!’ I had to go on stage because

August 15, 1969 — The Woodstock Music and Art Fair opened in upstate New York. 400,000 young people gathered at Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in the Bethel hamlet of White Lake, N.Y. for the Woodstock music festival. 

In the Halls of Justice, the only justice is in the halls. —Lenny Bruce

August 14, 1961 — The San Francisco vice squad staged an early morning raid at a restaurant at Bush and Taylor and jailed 103 people. All but 14 were

San Francisco is 49 square miles surrounded by reality.  —Paul Kantner, co-founder, rhythm guitarist, and occasional vocalist of the Jefferson Airplane