Hippies playing guitar on June 18, 1967.
Hippies playing guitar on June 18, 1967. Jim Birmingham Miami Herald File
Hippies playing guitar on June 18, 1967. Jim Birmingham Miami Herald File

Echoes of the Summer of Love can still be heard 50 years later in Coconut Grove

July 02, 2017 11:53 AM

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  • Charlie's Woods - a forgotten public space hidden in Coconut Grove

    Grove resident/activist Glenn Terry gives a brief tour of what he's dubbed "Charlie's Woods" -- a densely wooded, publicly owned corner abutting the late publicist's Coconut Grove home. Terry wants the woods turned into a city park.