Daily Archives: November 6, 2019

In His Own Write – John Lennon (1964)

“It was 51¬†years ago today¬†(or last month), Sgt. Lennon taught the words to play. Having been invited by Jonathan Cape Publishers in Britain and Simon and Schuster in America to assemble snippets of his signature quirky poetry and prose for … Continue reading

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Long, hot summer of 1967

A man is taken into custody in Detroit. “The summer of 1967 was a season divided by emotion. For the bohemians in San Francisco, it was the Summer of Love: an embrace of free love, psychedelics, and rock ‘n’ roll. … Continue reading

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