The Swinging Sixties 

Go-go dancers, hot pants, vice squads, and bootleg liquor. Those were the days.

It's a typical Thursday night at Bronte, the quaint Euro cafe inside Davis-Kidd Booksellers. A chatty, civilized crowd has assembled to nibble on fruit salads, drink flavored latte, sip wine from sunny California, and discuss All Things Considered. An older lady, attractive,…

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