Daily Archives: March 29, 2018

Ulysses – Joseph Strick (1967)

“When Sylvia Beach made the brave decision to publish Ulysses in February 1922, it met with a hostile reception. A small plaque on Rue de l’Odéon honours the Parisian publishers, Shakespeare and Company, who were more than a little surprised … Continue reading

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“When I say Yorkville, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Hippies? Free love? Psychedelic rock? Unlikely these days. Now the area is a high end shopping haven. Home to the ‘Mink Mile,’ the neighbourhood is home to some … Continue reading

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Kudzu, Mississippi’s Radical Underground Newspaper, 1968-1972

“‘Subterranean News from the Heart of Old Dixie,’ the radical counterculture newspaper published 1968-1972 in Jackson, Mississippi, presented by the Student News Project. The Kudzu was among the first underground papers published in the Deep South… in easily the last … Continue reading

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