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Kokopelli is not quite of this place, but he will stand in for the local hunchbacked flute players. As will Krishna, in tunes that begin slowly and build to ecstatic climax. 535 more words


Kenneth Rexroth

KENNETH REXROTH (1905 – 1982)

American Poet

Rexroth was an influential poet and activist from the 1930s through the 1960s. Part of the counterculture, he was known as the ‘Father of the Beats’, and befriended those such as Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. 18 more words


so ambitious

reese witherspoon’s essay for Glamour titled “We Have to Change the Idea That a Woman With Ambition Is Out Only for Herself” is noble in its intentions, but misses the mark on a macro level. 520 more words

Mental Health

The Great Speckled Bird

“The Great Speckled Bird was a counterculture underground newspaper based in Atlanta, Georgia from 1968 to 1976. It was founded by New Left activists from… 188 more words

Vietnam War

C is for Cinema and Also for Concert: The Maysles Brothers and Charlotte Zwerin's Gimme Shelter (1970)

The Rolling Stones’ growth as a rock band ran parallel to worldwide revolutions in cinema. The English band attracted a handful of restless directors in this period, most famously Albert and David Maysles and… 1,844 more words


Hiway America -Louisville,Kentucky.Welcome to the Messy World of Jerry’s Junk

Welcome to the Messy World of Jerry’s Junk


FEBRUARY 21, 2017





Staring out at you from behind those rusty gates; thousands of tightly packed, unwanted objects from the past sit in an eerie silence, almost as if they might just come alive as soon as you turn your back. 505 more words


Hunter S. Thompson’s 9/11 Essay Is Still Chillingly Accurate 16 Years Later

Hunter S. Thompson’s 9/11 Essay Is Still Chillingly Accurate 16 Years Later

“This is going to be a very expensive war, and Victory is not guaranteed ― for anyone,” he wrote.

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