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Beebo Brinker by Ann Bannon (Classics Club)

The Classic:

Beebo Brinker (1962) by Ann Bannon

Designated the “Queen of Lesbian Pulp Fiction” for authoring five landmark novels beginning in 1957, Ann Bannon’s work defined lesbian fiction for the pre-Stonewall generation.

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Chuck Bernard

Chuck Bernard | Copyright control | tc486

Chicago singer and songwriter/A&R man Chuck Bernard was from St Louis, Missouri, where he first came to note as a member of a doo wop group called The Blue Notes. 65 more words


Eddie Elias, Andy Varipapa, & Lou Campi Celebrate 2nd Anniversary of the PBA Tour (1961)

The page below comes from the 1974 PBA Tour Guide. The article talks about the growth of the PBA Tour from its beginnings in 1959 to 1974. 39 more words


Album Review: Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys

Ever since my first proper listen of the album, sometime in the year 2011, Pet Sounds has been my favourite album. I was initially drawn to the album musically, but over the years it has become so much more than a piece of music. 9 more words


Ruined By Radicals: Jack Kerouac's Conservative Vision

I read Jack Kerouac’s On The Road when I was sixteen. I made sure that it was on top of my pile of books in the library during 7th hour. 1,564 more words


Nick Lowe, Johnny Rivers, Arlen Roth : Poor Side of Town

Once upon a time.

Long, long ago.

Far, far away.

There was a place; a place you can almost remember in your dreams.

A place, let’s call it a garden or an enchanted meadow, where the Sun shone brightly every day and gentle breezes played among the whispering trees. 1,010 more words


Cher, Twiggy and Sonny

Sonny (Salvatore Bono, 1935 – 1998, USA), Cher (born Cherilyn Sarkisian 1946, USA), Twiggy (born Lesley Lawson, 1949, UK).