by thelaegotist / August 31, 2020 /
On the Sunset Strip in 1965, an electrifying cultural scene appeared out of nowhere, exploded into several creative offshoots, and then suddenly vanished. It wasn’t a coincidence. As L.A. was emerging as the world’s media center it experienced a gold rush of music, art, and social awareness. Meanwhile, Vietnam escalated and the bulk of postwar Baby Boomers reached young adulthood. And realized their fate.
Riot On Sunset Strip, 1966 (Deep Routes #4) captures this b[Read More]