San Francisco by Scott Mackenzie
Fight Song by Rachel Patton
U Can't Touch This by MC Hammer
Beds are Burning by Midnight Oil
Big Yellow Taxi by Counting Crows
Historical Resources Manager
City of Venice
Venice Museum & Archives
The value of history is, indeed, not scientific but moral:
by liberalizing the mind, by deepening the sympathies,
by fortifying the will, it enables us to control, not society,
but ourselves - a much more important thing; it prepares
us to live more humanely in the present and to meet rather
than to foretell the future.
-Carl Becker from Every Man His Own Historian
"I left my Heart in San Francisco," Tony Bennett. Frank Sinatra's recording, too."Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay," Otis Redding
"Save me San Francisco," Train "Honeymoon in San Francisco," Montreal"San Francisco Days," Chris Isaak"I'm always Drunk in San Francisco," Carmen McRaeSacred Concert, Duke Ellington at Grace CathedralThelonious Alone in San Francisco, Thelonious Monk
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