March 12, 2018 - The last major beam of steel was erected at San Francisco's Moscone Center today, reaching a major milestone in this $551 million expansion project that will create an exciting urban landscape while bringing the center's total exhibit space to more than 504,000 sq. ft.
San Francisco’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love – the 1967 counterculture phenomenon that drew nearly 100,000 young people to the city’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood – is again convincing people to come to San Francisco and put some flowers in their hair.
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