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by NONA BLYTH CLOUD I was in San Francisco for the “Summer of Love.” They were heady days. I got to hear all the cool bands, and anything seemed possible. People, mostly kids like me, came from many places seeking … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: UNCOMMON

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD There are poems that need to be seen on the page because the placement of each word, each punctuation mark, each space is part of the poem. There are other poems that ride on the tongue, … Continue reading

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Two U.S. National Landmarks That Move!

Most National Landmarks and Monuments stand still, but these two are National Landmarks because they move — people from place to place. The world’s first cable car line, on Clay Street in San Francisco, began service in August 1873.  Cable … Continue reading

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Frisco Flix Fascist Nix

By ann summers Hollywood North is not San Francisco South, nor North Hollywood or South San Francisco. But maybe in an age of media crime fascination there can be high-tech tours of location specific cinematic crime, something better than the Alcatraz … Continue reading

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