Boomer Generation folks, who are now turning sixty, for the most part are not still dawning the 60s fashions. Those fashions (hippie, straight
Larry Brilliant is a 60s activist, who road “the bus” in San Francisco, attended Woodstock, made a pilgrimage to India, and continues to contribute to
Baby Boomer Generation student protests at four prominent universities.
I have just spent some time listening to some talks by Mario Savio (pictured left). Some from
Bob Dylan turned 70 years old today. I have many memories of the man who some have called the Voice of a Generation.
He surely spoke works that were in my mind during
I just felt like a little Joe Cocker, today. I wanted to share him with you. Let his gutsy, gravelly, vocal style carry you for awhile.
We have all made it this far
Salon.com, one for the leading internet magazines published ‘How my hippie parents turned me into a consumer’ by Felisa Rogers. Rogers says, “Mom
The Supremes, Where Did Our Love Go?, was not only a hit, but the lyrics allowed us to express the hurt of the first breakup.
I was in my mid-twenties and living in Kenya when Patty Hearst was kidnapped by SLA in February of 1974. When two months later I read about her taking part in the