Our Hippie Renaissance

Rosamond Press

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“Our first big gig was the first Trips Festival at Longshoreman’s Hall,” said Fauerso. “I don’t know how we got it. There were at least 1,000 outside trying to get in. It was the first concert where the cops were suddenly aware of how many hippies there were.”

I went and got some books out of the Springfield Library three days ago, and opened one of them last night. I was startled to see Bernard Maybeck’s cottage that my friend, Bob, lived in for several years. I worked on this Hobbit-like structure. I took off layers of wax folks had put on the wood paneling, while Maybeck looked on. He was in his eighties, and would come down the hill from another of his homes to see my progress. I painted the interior of the green door that he painted on the outside. He would not let us touch the…

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