Troubadour Dwight Twilley made a rare live appearance out west and told stories from his Shelter Records heyday in the 70’s working with Leon Russell and Tom Petty
Rarely seen documentary footage and interviews tell the story of the Miami Floridians an ABA Basketball Team of the late 60’s and early 1970’s
Ruby Ray photographed confrontational artists like Devo, William S Burroughs, Crime, Nico, The Avengers and Z’ev at the nexus of punk & industrial subcultures for Search & Destroy magazine in late 70’s and early 80’s San Francisco. Her photos are a vivid documentation of decades past that still seem as vital and necessary today
List of Defunct San Francisco Nightclubs, Bars & Other Businesses Shuttered Since The Late 1980’s
a podcast interview with Lil Mike that details his early years on the east coast, music from his earliest band Toolin’ For Bovines and the crazy chain of events that led to his moving to San Francisco where he began performing celtic punk music with the Bedlam Rovers, the Rolling Scabs and eventually promoting numerous shows for touring indie rock acts
Dave Dictor of MDC shares info in an informal, humorous, but deeply reflective overview of his multi decade journey through punk, as well as familial anecdotes, and life lessons learned.
let’s check in with Renaldo & Clara Star Ronee Blakley in a 1978 freewheelin’ Freeform FM Radio Interview with broadcaster Patrick Carr reviewing them boozin’ Daze & Knights when she was entrenched on the road with many musical masterminds. She reveals some tidbits about the Thunder Road and making the film Renaldo and Clara with Bob Dylan and Joan Baez.
If You Want Me To Stay! performed live on national TV for the first time by Sly Stone and Little Sister!
Alan Turing played a key role in breaking German Enigma codes in World War II via his Turing machine, and also contributed to the invention of what we now call the computer and predicted the fundamentals of what we now call Artificial Intelligence
The life and wild times of controversial Yippie activist Jerry Rubin, as explored in the Fantagraphics biography by Pat Thomas ” DID IT! FROM YIPPIE TO YUPPIE: JERRY RUBIN, AN AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY caught in Q&A at both Green Apple Books in San Francisco and Pegasus Books in Berkeley (the one at Pegasus Books is shot in with a 360° Camera and features guest Yippies).