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Jack Kerouac Alley, San Francisco

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Jack Kerouac Alley, formerly Adler Alley or Adler Place, is a one-way alleyway in San Francisco, California, that connects Grant Avenue in Chinatown, and Columbus Avenue in North Beach. The alley is named after Jack Kerouac, a Beat Generation writer who used to frequent the pub and bookstore adjacent to the alley.
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  • In the North Beach area by City Lights Bookstore is Jack Keruac Alley. Jack Keruac was an American writer and poet. I liked seeing the sayings in the cement in the alley and also the many...  more »
  • One of the many nice alleys in SF with interesting art murals. This one has historical significance as well. It was named after Jack Kerouac, a Beat Generation writer who used to frequent the pub...  more »

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