Excerpts from 1972–73 by Collin Gonze
Our current grocery business and politicized eating habits flowed from hippie culture. When I see Tiger’s Milk Bars on the rack at Whole Foods I thinking back to encountering them at the little Sunshine General Store in 1972, when this kind of eating was a strange new thing.
Our family friend was a partner at the Sunshine General Store. She was my mother’s friend, and my father’s. I think he slept with her.
The Vietnam War was not cutesy yet.
Watching Nixon resign at the United Auto Workers office, when trade unions were still a thing, before Reagan.