Strap up your boots!
Tempe, AZ. 1974. Disco rollin’ students make their way to the campus plaza for a demonstration. Outspoken. Free. Whether we’re trippin’, or it’s a vision of the vibe still kicking on Mill Avenue, in the halls of ASU, and everything on the banks of the Tempe River. Peace, love and good times are alive and well. So, of course we took the opportunity to express our inner Eric Foreman.
Walk into our shop on Rural Road (formerly the old Campus bookstore) and you’ll be greeted by shameless wood paneled walls, deep shag carpet, beaded curtains and wallpaper reminiscent of your grandmother’s basement. Yeah, our open sign is a Lite Brite.
Artifacts include all of the above, a mural of the ASU plaza by Tucson artist Joe Pagac (with some Trent Call touches added in), and images of life on campus in the 1970s.