Brian Rohan, San Francisco 'Dope' Lawyer Who Defended Grateful Dead Dies at 84Brian Rohan, who was known as San Francisco’s “dope lawyer” for 1960s counterculture clients like the Grateful Dead and Ken Kesey, has died. He was 84.
Jerry Garcia's 'Wolf' Guitar Is Up For Sale AgainThis time, proceeds will directly benefit Southern Poverty Law Center.
Dead & Company Invite Fans To Free Fillmore ShowDead & Company, the band featuring three original members of the Grateful Dead on Wednesday announced plans for a free "Pay It Forward" hometown concert at the Fillmore in San Francisco next Monday.
Grateful Dead Fans Sign Petition To Get Band To Play Super Bowl 50 HalftimeFans of the Grateful Dead have organized a petition to get the band to play during halftime at Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara next year.
420's Founding Fathers: Marin Men Reflect On Their 1970's Code For Pot That Went GlobalOn Monday, marijuana aficionados marked 420 Day. The term, now famous around the world, was coined right here in the Bay Area.
It’s On: Grateful Dead Playing Farewell Shows At Levi’s Stadium In JuneAfter weeks of rumors, surviving members of the Grateful Dead will perform farewell shows at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara this summer, the band and stadium officials confirmed Friday.
Whereabouts Of Jerry Garcia’s Lost Music Still A Mystery 30 Years Later, SFPD Says They Don't Have ItThirty years after Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead was arrested in Golden Gate Park, the mystery continues. The story involves music, drugs, and a briefcase, allegedly seized by the San Francisco police.
Grateful Dead Reportedly Considering Farewell Performances At Levi’s Stadium Or AT&T ParkAfter fans of the Grateful Dead quickly snapped up tickets for this summer’s “Fare Thee Well” concerts in Chicago, the surviving members of the band could be looking at performing for Deadheads in the Bay Area.
Incredible Demand For Grateful Dead Farewell Tickets, 60,000 Requests Mailed To Stinson Beach AddressFor an American institution that loved to keep things loose and easy, saying goodbye to the Grateful Dead is proving to be very hard work, and it all started when the promoters went old school.
Radio.com Minimation: Jerry Garcia Remembers ‘The Grateful Dead Movie'Taken from a 1977 interview with Jerry Garcia discussing 'The Grateful Dead Movie'