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Jess: Secret Compartments continues at the Minnesota Street Project (1275 Minnesota St, San Francisco) through May 4.

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Nathan Gelgud

Nathan Gelgud is a cartoonist and illustrator in Los Angeles. His book A House in the Jungle was released by Koyama Press last year.

3 replies on “The Once-Mystical Energy of San Francisco’s Art and Poetry Scene”

  1. Well done. So great to see this retrospective of a very special time in San Francisco
    and American culture. Thank you!

  2. Those mystical connections still obtain here in the Bay Area… after all, Wally Hedrick taught Jerry Garcia…

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