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Spring, K.M. "The Regularization of Risk in Music Scenes."

Spring, Kenneth Michael. “The Regularization of Risk in Music Scenes.” 2006. Dissertation, Vanderbilt University. Nashville, TN.

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Many people were surprised to hear we were a unionized labor newsroom.

Much less that the Teamsters’ loan saved the archconservative Union Leader from bankruptcy. 12 more words


Restaurant Challenge: Counter Culture

Rob: For the next restaurant challenge,  I booked for Counter Culture, so we could tick off number 2 on Time Out’s top 100 list. This was one we really wanted to try as we both like sharing plates, any restaurant by The Dairy, and BYO. 560 more words



Straight edge (sometimes abbreviated sXe or signified with XXX or X) is a subculture of hardcore punk whose adherents refrain from using alcohol, tobacco and other recreational drugs, in a reaction to the excesses of punk subculture.

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Recognizing a counterculture icon Dylan wins Nobel Prize for Literature

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Nobel prize for Literature

  • Bob Dylan performing at a civil rights rally in Washington D.C. on August 28, 1963. Photo: Getty Images


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    Critical Analysis of Ginsberg’s Poem: The Howl

    First of all I would like to analyze the poem from the school of New Criticism which emphasizes the aesthetic aspect. The focus is on the tropes used in the poem. 1,056 more words

    The Teddy Boys (Britain's First Youth Subculture)

    Chris Steele-Perkins on why photographing teen subcultures is so much more than style over substance

    Chris Steele-Perkins

    Chris Steele-Perkins Red Deer. Croydon, England, Great Britain. 1976. 1,266 more words