The Revolution will be Exhibit-ized
Dig this East Bay neighbors: Instead of walking down Telegraph Ave to get your hippie-fix and a whiff of petula, head on over to the Oakland Museum and check out the new1968 Exhibit. This traveling historical exhibit is full of artifacts from one of the most tumultuous years of the 20th century. From the battle of Khe Sahn to the first episode of Rowan and Martin’s Laugh In you’ll experience the crazy diversity of a year of ups and downs that include everything from the Summer of Love in the Haight to the assassination of Dr. King. Music, 60’s fashion, a Huey gunship, bean bag chairs – by the end of the whole thing your mind is blown harder than an afternoon spent with a hit of vintage Owsley acid in Golden Gate park.
And check it: Cost is just $12. Now that’s a trip. The exhibit will run until mid-August and the museum is open Weds-Sun from 11am-5pm