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Back in the day (over 60 years) ago and in an area noted for its congestion and compactness of living conditions (we lived in three-story tenements stacked literally on top of each other covering square miles of ground surface) we had our personal
The Gothamist unearthed this mug shot photo of troubled but effervescent On the Road author Jack Kerouac from 1943 when he was only 21 years old. The future author had dropped out of Columbia University and the Merchant Marines when he joined the U.S.
If you're still stuck on Daniel Radcliffe as boy wizard Harry Potter, you might get your chance to see another new side of the actor. After premiering at Sundance Film Festival, beat generation film " Kill Your Darlings ," in which Radcliffe stars as
Kill Your Darlings' Sundance Film Festival review: Daniel Radcliffe, Michael C. Hall star in Beat generation thriller There's no question Daniel Radcliffe wants to prove he's a proper grown-up actor now that we're in the post-"Harry Potter" era, and "
Daniel Radcliffe in Kill Your Darlings, a film about the Beat generation. Photograph: Sundance Institute Films about the Beat generation are all too often made for kudos by well-meaning but not so well-read dilettantes who simply want to advertise
Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs and Lucille Carr were at Columbia university. Carr was sentenced to two years for the manslaughter of another man, David Kammerer (played here by Dexter's Michael C Hall). Carr claimed he was defending
Binuya/Everett Colle Charlie Williams/Everett Collect Sundance is, at a certain point, all about risks. Fledgling filmmakers put it all on the line to get their movies accepted to the Park City festival. Studios take a chance on acquiring titles that
City Hall Reporter email@example.com January 8, 2013 10:32AM With murders and shootings mounting in the new year, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Supt. Garry McCarthy tried to breathe new life into Chicago's once vibrant, but now stagnant,
Blue Food Engines Independent The first thing that will strike you about Blue Food's debut full-length, Engines , is the same thing that ought to strike you about any quality funk-based record: the rhythm section...They start the album off right with
Great response to BOP police tweets Juliette Sivertsen, Newstalk ZB January 1, 2013, 7:19 am From walking the beat, to tweeting the beat, a virtual police ride through the Bay of Plenty has attracted an overwhelming response. A Twitter patrol ran