Jack Kerouac

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examiner.com
Cassady, Morrison, Graham, Thompson and meCassady’s threads whereby I learned that, contrary to my understanding, and, I
Cassady, Morrison, Graham, Thompson and me
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
Cassady’s threads whereby I learned that, contrary to my understanding, and, I gather, conventional understanding, the late Jack Kerouac had filed divorce papers from his late wife Stella and verbally sworn off all fraternity with his Greek in laws... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Eat Street: Ten things to eat in Bondias created by a ... Texan cowboy.Paradise Road ROAD trips are the makings for
Eat Street: Ten things to eat in Bondi
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
as created by a ... Texan cowboy.Paradise Road ROAD trips are the makings for many an epic story, but for American author Jack Kerouac, a drive across the US in the late 1940s was the inspiration for the nomadic character Sal Paradise. And... Read more
7d
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Publisher gives Kinder’s ‘Ghost’ another chance"Honeymooners" and "Last Mountain Dancer." The main character, Jimbo Stark, fan
Publisher gives Kinder’s ‘Ghost’ another chance
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
"Honeymooners" and "Last Mountain Dancer." The main character, Jimbo Stark, fancies himself as equal parts James Dean and Jack Kerouac. After graduating from high school, Jimbo hitchhikes to Florida with his friend Pace, and gets picked up by a... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pittsburgh-based publisher gives Kinder’s ‘Ghost’ another chance“Honeymooners” and “Last Mountain Dancer.” The main character, Jimbo Stark, fan
Pittsburgh-based publisher gives Kinder’s ‘Ghost’ another chance
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
“Honeymooners” and “Last Mountain Dancer.” The main character, Jimbo Stark, fancies himself as equal parts James Dean and Jack Kerouac. After graduating from high school, Jimbo hitchhikes to Florida with his friend Pace, and gets picked up by a... Read more
12d
Lifehacker Australia
Thinking Cap: Podcasts, Articles And Clips To Make You Smarterstolen from their store. Among the books on the shelf include authors like Char
Thinking Cap: Podcasts, Articles And Clips To Make You Smarter
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 12 days ago
stolen from their store. Among the books on the shelf include authors like Charles Bukowski, Haruki Murakami, and even Jack Kerouac. It seems theives also have an eye for classic literature, since books like The Great Gatsby and just about... Read more
14d
The Daily Tar Heel
Wolfe legacy lives on in film 'Genius'of writers,” Muir said. “Pat Conroy gave a lot of credit to the works of Thomas
Wolfe legacy lives on in film 'Genius'
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 14 days ago
of writers,” Muir said. “Pat Conroy gave a lot of credit to the works of Thomas Wolfe affecting him as a boy and Jack Kerouac very much emulated the lyrical style Thomas had produced.” Gingher said many writers are not only inspired by... Read more
15d
Belleville Intelligencer
WRONG! On the Road's long journey to popularitywriting but popular culture. Its influence is particularly felt in music and mo
WRONG! On the Road's long journey to popularity
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 15 days ago
writing but popular culture. Its influence is particularly felt in music and movies. The book is On the Road; the author Jack Kerouac. Within three weeks in 1957, Time magazine provided the first national exposure for both Kerouac and Elvis... Read more
15d
iol.co.za
Travelling in your 30s: quirky hotels, cultural toursnineteenth century, and someone who may or may not have expired between Jackson
Travelling in your 30s: quirky hotels, cultural tours
iol.co.za / Posted 15 days ago
nineteenth century, and someone who may or may not have expired between Jacksonville and Tallahassee – and I’m loving it. Jack Kerouac, eat your heart out. Thirties: Give me a car, a Springsteen album and the open road. And if the vehicle of... Read more
17d
Lifehacker
A Blind Astronomer, What to Do With Your Life, and Ridiculous Exercise Trendsstolen from their store. Among the books on the shelf include authors like Char
A Blind Astronomer, What to Do With Your Life, and Ridiculous Exercise Trends
Lifehacker / Posted 17 days ago
stolen from their store. Among the books on the shelf include authors like Charles Bukowski, Haruki Murakami, and even Jack Kerouac. It seems theives also have an eye for classic literature, since books like The Great Gatsby and just about... Read more
19d
Boston Globe
Brendan Fleming, 90; former Lowell mayor fought to preserve city’s historybefore a packed room, he was the only member of the City Council who voted agai
Brendan Fleming, 90; former Lowell mayor fought to preserve city’s history
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
before a packed room, he was the only member of the City Council who voted against creating a park in honor of novelist Jack Kerouac, an icon of the Beat Generation, who was born in Lowell in 1922 and died from the effects of alcoholism at age... Read more
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ajc.com
Warby Parker lets their eyewear customers 'try before they buy'New York Public Library with three friends that included co-CEO Neil Blumenthal
Warby Parker lets their eyewear customers 'try before they buy'
ajc.com / Posted 20 days ago
New York Public Library with three friends that included co-CEO Neil Blumenthal when he stumbled across an exhibition about Jack Kerouac. The exhibit included some of Kerouac's journals. In one journal Dave noticed two characters with interesting... Read more
22d
Canberra Times
Tuned in: (need headline pls)fest making for an updated equivalent to Timothy Leary's much quoted "Turn on,
Tuned in: (need headline pls)
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
fest making for an updated equivalent to Timothy Leary's much quoted "Turn on, Tune in, Drop out" rap and a recording of Jack Kerouac reading affecting prose poem October in the Railroad Earth, aired on community radio station 2XX and beamed... Read more
22d
Crain's New York Business
The Greenwich Village tour guide following in his father's footstepslast week at MacDougal Street’s Minetta Tavern, where William Burroughs used to
The Greenwich Village tour guide following in his father's footsteps
Crain's New York Business / Posted 22 days ago
last week at MacDougal Street’s Minetta Tavern, where William Burroughs used to treat the perennially broke Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac to meals in the 1950s, McDarrah explained how he’s helping to preserve the history his father documented. Tour... Read more
23d
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Rosset Estate In East Hampton Hits Market For $6.5 Million - East HamptonLover” by D.H. Lawrence and “Tropic of Cancer” by Henry Miller. Among the other
Rosset Estate In East Hampton Hits Market For $6.5 Million - East Hampton
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 23 days ago
Lover” by D.H. Lawrence and “Tropic of Cancer” by Henry Miller. Among the other authors he published were Samuel Beckett, Jack Kerouac, Malcom X, David Mamet, William S. Burroughs, and Marguerite Duras. How did he wind up on the South Fork? In... Read more
24d
The North West Star
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
The North West Star / Posted 24 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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24d
Daily Liberal
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
Daily Liberal / Posted 24 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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24d
The Border Mail
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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27d
The Courier
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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27d
Northern Daily Leader
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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27d
The Young Witness
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
The Young Witness / Posted 27 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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27d
Western Advocate
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
Western Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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27d
Kiama Independent
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
Kiama Independent / Posted 27 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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27d
Manning River Times
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
Manning River Times / Posted 27 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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27d
Goondiwindi Argus
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australiaof cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography.
Winter Film Series at the National Gallery of Australia
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
of cinematography in wartime newsreels and applied that to his own photography. He collaborated with William Faulkner, Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck, and other notable writers. "He was most famous for a series of photographs done in the 1950s... Read more
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28d
The Hendersonville Times-News
Review: '4000 Miles' offers depth as well as humorand after the curtain call. Thomas Young does not play Leo as a cookie-cutter
Review: '4000 Miles' offers depth as well as humor
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 28 days ago
and after the curtain call. Thomas Young does not play Leo as a cookie-cutter granola kid. He comes across more as a Jack Kerouac character lost in an authentic existential crisis. In fact, the play unfolds much like a Kerouac story... Read more
28d
The Atlantic
How American Speech Took Over the WorldChuck Palahniuk to Junot Díaz. Without Hemingway, you don’t have Roberto Bolaño
How American Speech Took Over the World
The Atlantic / Posted 28 days ago
Chuck Palahniuk to Junot Díaz. Without Hemingway, you don’t have Roberto Bolaño or Joyce Carol Oates or Raymond Carver or Jack Kerouac or Don DeLillo. But this influence is perhaps most marked in television, video games, and movies. Fast quips,... Read more
28d
Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Planet Pop: The Endyourself in the Scranton area, we would be happy to return the favor. As a par
Planet Pop: The End
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 28 days ago
yourself in the Scranton area, we would be happy to return the favor. As a parting gift, I leave you with the words of Jack Kerouac, whose "On the Road" should be required reading for the human race: "What is that feeling when you're driving... Read more
28d
Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Planet Pop: The Endyourself in the Scranton area, we would be happy to return the favor. As a par
Planet Pop: The End
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 28 days ago
yourself in the Scranton area, we would be happy to return the favor. As a parting gift, I leave you with the words of Jack Kerouac, whose "On the Road" should be required reading for the human race: "What is that feeling when you're driving... Read more
29d
Crain's New York Business
Timothy McDarrah gives Greenwich Village tours in his photographer father's footstepslast week at MacDougal Street’s Minetta Tavern, where William Burroughs used to
Timothy McDarrah gives Greenwich Village tours in his photographer father's footsteps
Crain's New York Business / Posted 29 days ago
last week at MacDougal Street’s Minetta Tavern, where William Burroughs used to treat the perennially broke Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac to meals in the 1950s, McDarrah explained how he’s helping to preserve the history his father documented. Tour... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
Nocturnal Journey: San Francisco’s museum for the Beat Generationfounder of The Beat Museum, dedicated to exploring the “Beat” generation of wri
Nocturnal Journey: San Francisco’s museum for the Beat Generation
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted a month ago
founder of The Beat Museum, dedicated to exploring the “Beat” generation of writers with affects from Allen Ginsburg, Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs and more. Cimino talks about the museum’s history and location (across the street from... Read more
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Billboard
The Smashing Pumpkins' 'Gish' at 25: Classic Track-Track Look Backfrom someplace very real. “Tristessa”: The string of slow ones comes to an end
The Smashing Pumpkins' 'Gish' at 25: Classic Track-Track Look Back
Billboard / Posted 1 months ago
from someplace very real. “Tristessa”: The string of slow ones comes to an end with this nondescript snarler, named for a Jack Kerouac novella about a Mexican prostitute. Corgan’s hard rock here isn’t a whole lot artsier than what GNR or Motley... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento region’s festivals provide the music for summerit in: The Suitcase Junket – A scintillating one-man band wrapping up the best
Sacramento region’s festivals provide the music for summer
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 1 months ago
it in: The Suitcase Junket – A scintillating one-man band wrapping up the best of Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Jon Spencer, Jack Kerouac and Oscar the Grouch. Mountain Vibe – Friday-Sunday, July 15-17, Wilseyville: An abundance of Sacramento talent... Read more

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