Jack Kerouac

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Bay Area Reporter
FogustExhibits @ The Beat Museum Enjoy exhibits, a bookstore and gift shop that cele
Fogust
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 3 hours ago
Exhibits @ The Beat Museum Enjoy exhibits, a bookstore and gift shop that celebrates the era of 'beatnik' literature (Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs, etc.), with frequent readings, walking tours and other events in North... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Woody Guthrie Tribute at Zorba's a boost for HDThere's no doubt the city of Lowell takes pride in being the birthplace of Jack
Woody Guthrie Tribute at Zorba's a boost for HD
Lowell Sun / Posted 14 hours ago
There's no doubt the city of Lowell takes pride in being the birthplace of Jack Kerouac. Sort of parked alongside the legacy of the iconic novelist and poet sits that of singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie, who, of course, gave us "This Land Is Your... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Kronos has Cross Point in Lowell nearing 91 percent occupancyA mural of boxer Micky Ward is on one wall, and then there's Cafe Kerouac, a no
Kronos has Cross Point in Lowell nearing 91 percent occupancy
Lowell Sun / Posted yesterday
A mural of boxer Micky Ward is on one wall, and then there's Cafe Kerouac, a nod to late Lowell Beat-Generation writer Jack Kerouac. Cross Point also recently added the restaurant and bar Tavern in the Square, which Marr said has far exceeded... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Photography book The Canadians a kind of reimagining of The Americansiconography, of stars and bars, forever roads and TV sets, drive-ins, jukeboxes
Photography book The Canadians a kind of reimagining of The Americans
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
iconography, of stars and bars, forever roads and TV sets, drive-ins, jukeboxes, crosses, cars and motorcycles – what Jack Kerouac, in his famous introduction to The Americans’ 1959 edition, called “a sad poem [sucked] right out of America... Read more
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Football365
Dinosaur? It's all in Sean Dyche's head...the thing playing 4-4-2 and you were relegated. That’s a big difference. That’s
Dinosaur? It's all in Sean Dyche's head...
Football365 / Posted 2 days ago
the thing playing 4-4-2 and you were relegated. That’s a big difference. That’s like saying you can use the same words as Jack Kerouac so that makes you as good a writer. And anyway, you got limitless praise for that campaign and even more for... Read more
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Mashable
I went camping in the trunk of a $145,000 TeslaModel 3s a year, beginning in 2018. In doing so, it may open up a whole new app
I went camping in the trunk of a $145,000 Tesla
Mashable / Posted 3 days ago
Model 3s a year, beginning in 2018. In doing so, it may open up a whole new approach to road tripping for 21st century Jack Kerouacs. Image: Stephanie DavidsonStep one: Park it One beauty of the Model S for camping is that the back seats fold... Read more
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asianage
New York imam’s shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighbourhoodby Robert De Niro in “Goodfellas,” lived a short walk from the shooting site. S
New York imam’s shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighbourhood
asianage / Posted 3 days ago
by Robert De Niro in “Goodfellas,” lived a short walk from the shooting site. So did the not-yet-famous Cyndi Lauper and Jack Kerouac. Dramatic change came in the ‘70s with the arrival of a wave of Hispanic newcomers, mostly from Puerto Rico and... Read more
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asianage
New York imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighbourhoodby Robert De Niro in “Goodfellas,” lived a short walk from the shooting site. S
New York imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighbourhood
asianage / Posted 3 days ago
by Robert De Niro in “Goodfellas,” lived a short walk from the shooting site. So did the not-yet-famous Cyndi Lauper and Jack Kerouac. Dramatic change came in the ‘70s with the arrival of a wave of Hispanic newcomers, mostly from Puerto Rico and... Read more
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RTE News
Irish in action - Day 16style and, having taken time out from running to road-trip around the United St
Irish in action - Day 16
RTE News / Posted 4 days ago
style and, having taken time out from running to road-trip around the United States in the past, he lists US beatnik author Jack Kerouac as one of his heroes. His coach Dick Hooper is in Rio with him and will be able to impart his experience having... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Imam’s shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhoodby Robert De Niro in “Goodfellas,” lived a short walk from the shooting site. S
Imam’s shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhood
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 4 days ago
by Robert De Niro in “Goodfellas,” lived a short walk from the shooting site. So did the not-yet-famous Cyndi Lauper and Jack Kerouac. Dramatic change came in the ‘70s with the arrival of a wave of Hispanic newcomers, mostly from Puerto Rico and... Read more
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Daily Herald
Imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhoodby Robert De Niro in "Goodfellas," lived a short walk from the shooting site. S
Imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhood
Daily Herald / Posted 4 days ago
by Robert De Niro in "Goodfellas," lived a short walk from the shooting site. So did the not-yet-famous Cyndi Lauper and Jack Kerouac. Dramatic change came in the '70s with the arrival of a wave of Hispanic newcomers, mostly from Puerto Rico and... Read more
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Boston Globe
Imam’s shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhoodby Robert De Niro in ‘‘Goodfellas,’’ lived a short walk from the shooting site.
Imam’s shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhood
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
by Robert De Niro in ‘‘Goodfellas,’’ lived a short walk from the shooting site. So did the not-yet-famous Cyndi Lauper and Jack Kerouac. Dramatic change came in the ’70s with the arrival of a wave of Hispanic newcomers, mostly from Puerto Rico and... Read more
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Boston Herald
Imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhoodby Robert De Niro in "Goodfellas," lived a short walk from the shooting site. S
Imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhood
Boston Herald / Posted 4 days ago
by Robert De Niro in "Goodfellas," lived a short walk from the shooting site. So did the not-yet-famous Cyndi Lauper and Jack Kerouac. Dramatic change came in the '70s with the arrival of a wave of Hispanic newcomers, mostly from Puerto Rico and... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhoodby Robert De Niro in “Goodfellas,” lived a short walk from the shooting site. S
Imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhood
The Seattle Times / Posted 4 days ago
by Robert De Niro in “Goodfellas,” lived a short walk from the shooting site. So did the not-yet-famous Cyndi Lauper and Jack Kerouac. Dramatic change came in the ’70s with the arrival of a wave of Hispanic newcomers, mostly from Puerto Rico and... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
Imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhoodby Robert De Niro in "Goodfellas," lived a short walk from the shooting site. S
Imam's shooting death shakes storied immigrant neighborhood
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 4 days ago
by Robert De Niro in "Goodfellas," lived a short walk from the shooting site. So did the not-yet-famous Cyndi Lauper and Jack Kerouac. Dramatic change came in the '70s with the arrival of a wave of Hispanic newcomers, mostly from Puerto Rico and... Read more
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York Daily Record
White roses and thornsthe video at ydr.com. This duck needs a name. How about Quack Kerouac – after t
White roses and thorns
York Daily Record / Posted 6 days ago
the video at ydr.com. This duck needs a name. How about Quack Kerouac – after the Shakespeare of hitchhiking literature, Jack Kerouac? ROSES: To the reopening of Bull Road. That’s a relief to many who had to detour around this busy northbound... Read more
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ABC Newspapers
Masterpiece Book Club starts sixth yearthe Wild” by Jack London, “Cry, the Beloved Country” by Alan Paton, “The Prague
Masterpiece Book Club starts sixth year
ABC Newspapers / Posted 12 days ago
the Wild” by Jack London, “Cry, the Beloved Country” by Alan Paton, “The Prague Cemetery” by Umberto Eco, “On the Road” by Jack Kerouac, and “Henry V” by William Shakespeare. Attending members take turns leading the monthly discussions. Besides... Read more
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The Austin Chronicle
Emma Cline's The Girlstime, illuminating the present, becoming an instant sensation. It could be J.D.
Emma Cline's The Girls
The Austin Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
time, illuminating the present, becoming an instant sensation. It could be J.D. Salinger with The Catcher in the Rye, Jack Kerouac with On the Road, Harper Lee with To Kill a Mockingbird. In the summer of 2016, it's California native Emma... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Brooklyn Academy of Music celebrates the films of photographer Robert Frankcareer in 1959 when he co-directed the experimental short about the beat genera
Brooklyn Academy of Music celebrates the films of photographer Robert Frank
Crain's New York Business / Posted 20 days ago
career in 1959 when he co-directed the experimental short about the beat generation, Pull My Daisy, with Alfred Leslie. Jack Kerouac narrates the film, and the cast includes Beat poet Allen Ginsburg, Peter Orlovsky and Gregory Corso. The... Read more
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Faster Louder
We rank every The Go-Betweens album from weakest to bestthe kids would say – putdowns: “I know you’re 32 / But you look 55.” Forster’s
We rank every The Go-Betweens album from weakest to best
Faster Louder / Posted 21 days ago
the kids would say – putdowns: “I know you’re 32 / But you look 55.” Forster’s premier contribution here is ‘The House That Jack Kerouac Built’, which is among the best Go-Betweens deep cuts. Dark, sexy, and somber all at once, the song is bolstered... Read more
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Daily Mail
Artist brings 150 years of history to life in glorious colourHome Army to liberate Warsaw from Nazi in 1944. August 1 marked the 72th annive
Artist brings 150 years of history to life in glorious colour
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Home Army to liberate Warsaw from Nazi in 1944. August 1 marked the 72th anniversary of the battle Literary hero: Jack Kerouac, an American novelist and poet, is pictured here in his naval reserve mugshot. In the summer of 1942, Kerouac -... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Brooklyn Academy of Music celebrates the films of photographer Robert Frankcareer in 1959 when he co-directed the experimental short about the beat genera
Brooklyn Academy of Music celebrates the films of photographer Robert Frank
Crain's New York Business / Posted 23 days ago
career in 1959 when he co-directed the experimental short about the beat generation, Pull My Daisy, with Alfred Leslie. Jack Kerouac narrates the film, and the cast includes Beat poet Allen Ginsburg, Peter Orlovsky and Gregory Corso. The... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Justice Rosalie Abella: Doing justice to her father’s dream– was what Ms. Kirshenblatt-Gimblett calls a “golden age” for Polish Jewry in i
Justice Rosalie Abella: Doing justice to her father’s dream
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
– was what Ms. Kirshenblatt-Gimblett calls a “golden age” for Polish Jewry in its cultural flowering. “Before there was Jack Kerouac and his gang, there were these guys,” Justice Abella says, referring to a large photo of rakish young... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'Don't Blink — Robert Frank' profiles one of America's most iconic, idiosyncratic photographersthough they're less well known, Frank also directed a number of independent/exp
'Don't Blink — Robert Frank' profiles one of America's most iconic, idiosyncratic photographers
Los Angeles Times / Posted 27 days ago
though they're less well known, Frank also directed a number of independent/experimental films, starting with his Jack Kerouac-narrated "Pull My Daisy" (1959) and including a controversial 1979 Rolling Stones documentary with an... Read more
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metro
The kid who played a young Severus Snape looks pretty damn hot these daysThe Wake Of Sirens (Picture: IMDB) Four years on, former Alan Rickman mini-me
The kid who played a young Severus Snape looks pretty damn hot these days
metro / Posted 28 days ago
The Wake Of Sirens (Picture: IMDB) Four years on, former Alan Rickman mini-me Ben is pretty easy on the Eye of Newt. The Jack Kerouac fan looks like a male model in a bloomin’ perfume ad Accio Amortentia love potion!Benedict Clarke now looks like... Read more
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Connecticut Post
KentPresents ponders America, global futureto go back over your favorite books and see that they probably wouldn’t be publ
KentPresents ponders America, global future
Connecticut Post / Posted 1 months ago
to go back over your favorite books and see that they probably wouldn’t be published now,” the author says of writers like Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs, who were supported by independent book companies on a long-term basis, something that... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Eggers sets latest tale in Alaskaof both escape and entrapment. Josie may dream of being “reborn in a land of mo
Eggers sets latest tale in Alaska
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 1 months ago
of both escape and entrapment. Josie may dream of being “reborn in a land of mountain and light,” an adventure worthy of Jack Kerouac, but will instead confront a landscape of fear and menace and learn that she “didn’t need to find humans of... Read more
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Darien News-Review
KentPresents ponders America, global futureto go back over your favorite books and see that they probably wouldn’t be publ
KentPresents ponders America, global future
Darien News-Review / Posted 1 months ago
to go back over your favorite books and see that they probably wouldn’t be published now,” the author says of writers like Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs, who were supported by independent book companies on a long-term basis, something that... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
KentPresents ponders America, global futureto go back over your favorite books and see that they probably wouldn’t be publ
KentPresents ponders America, global future
Stamford Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
to go back over your favorite books and see that they probably wouldn’t be published now,” the author says of writers like Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs, who were supported by independent book companies on a long-term basis, something that... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Dave Eggers sets his latest literary adventure in Alaskaof both escape and entrapment. Josie may dream of being “reborn in a land of mo
Dave Eggers sets his latest literary adventure in Alaska
Juneau Empire / Posted 1 months ago
of both escape and entrapment. Josie may dream of being “reborn in a land of mountain and light,” an adventure worthy of Jack Kerouac, but will instead confront a landscape of fear and menace and learn that she “didn’t need to find humans of... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Dave Eggers sets his latest literary adventure in Alaskaof both escape and entrapment. Josie may dream of being "reborn in a land of mo
Dave Eggers sets his latest literary adventure in Alaska
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 1 months ago
of both escape and entrapment. Josie may dream of being "reborn in a land of mountain and light," an adventure worthy of Jack Kerouac, but will instead confront a landscape of fear and menace and learn that she "didn't need to find humans of... Read more

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