Cover Lede Tower Records founder, Russ Solomon, photographs a mural that was painted in 1973 on what was once a small outlet store that he owned on K Street. The building is now vacant and is in danger of being torn down as part of the Ks Street Mall revitalization. He wishes there was a way to preserve the mural but knows the best he can do is to photograph it. March 29, 2011.
Cover Lede Tower Records founder, Russ Solomon, photographs a mural that was painted in 1973 on what was once a small outlet store that he owned on K Street. The building is now vacant and is in danger of being torn down as part of the Ks Street Mall revitalization. He wishes there was a way to preserve the mural but knows the best he can do is to photograph it. March 29, 2011. Autumn Cruz acruz@sacbee.com
Cover Lede Tower Records founder, Russ Solomon, photographs a mural that was painted in 1973 on what was once a small outlet store that he owned on K Street. The building is now vacant and is in danger of being torn down as part of the Ks Street Mall revitalization. He wishes there was a way to preserve the mural but knows the best he can do is to photograph it. March 29, 2011. Autumn Cruz acruz@sacbee.com

Tower’s Russ Solomon sees old storefront mural as a link to Sacramento’s psychedelic past

April 11, 2011 12:00 AM

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