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  1. Nathan Oliveira (1928–2010), painter, lived in San Francisco for many years, part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement; Frederick E. Olmsted (1911–1990), painter, born and raised in San Francisco, former student of Ralph Stackpole and he has a mural is at CCSF. Jules Eugene Pages (1867–1946), painter

  2. Winterland closed on New Year's Eve 1978 / New Year's Day 1979 with a concert by the Grateful Dead, New Riders of the Purple Sage, and The Blues Brothers. The show lasted for over eight hours, with the Grateful Dead's performance—documented on DVD and CD as The Closing of Winterland —lasting nearly six hours.

  3. 1920s America was a fascinating time for food. When else would it be possible to juxtapose Prohibition (popular no alcohol sentiment co-existing with underground speakeasies), exotic culinary experimentation (Chinese food was popular), opulent wealth (Delmonicos & 21), extreme poverty (tenement kitchens), social nutrition movements (home economics & Ladies Aid Organizations) and vegetarian ...

  4. Jan 07, 2020 · 66. Derek and the Dominos, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs For a band that only released one studio album, Eric Clapton, Duane Allman, Bobby Whitlock, Carl Radle and Jim Gordon sure made it count.

  5. Jun 22, 2022 · A modern remake starring Dakota Johnson was released in 2018. Pop culture has since embraced this film’s legacy through music, television, and film. For example, a Norwegian thrash-metal band, a UK gothic rock band, and a witch-house project all have names inspired by the film title. Dawn of the Dead (1978)

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  7. Jan 13, 2022 · English rock band Echo and the Bunnymen have been active and successful since the late 1970s, though drummer Pete de Freitas sadly only lived to see part of it. He joined in 1980 and played on the band's first five albums. According to the band's manager, Bill Drummond, he was originally seen as "the sanest and most balanced of the Bunnymen."