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Lenny Bruce: the comedian who shocked Britain
Lenny Bruce and 100 jokes by 100 comedians Although these kinds of reactions were predictable, neither he nor anyone else was prepared for the tenor of the upbeat reviews. George Melly in The New...
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Royal Shakespeare Company
Land Art Festival Archstoyanie Marks 10th Year
One of Russia's most remarkable festivals, the land art event Archstoyanie, celebrates its 10th anniversary this weekend. The festival was set up by artist Nikolai Polissky, who moved away from...
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Arthur C. Clarke
Godfather of 'Gonzo' journalism: Ralph Steadman
This article was originally published on Hungertv.com -- the online counterpart to Hunger, Rankin's biannual fashion and culture magazine. (CNN)Ralph Steadman likes to swim first thing in the...
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Hunter S. Thompson
Michael Moorcock: “I think Tolkien was a crypto-f...
Photo: French Cockpit You can’t go home again. The last time Michael Moorcock visited Notting Hill – once the countercultural cradle of his dimension-spanning science fantasies and home to the...
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Ralph Steadman, Printin' Backwuds at Lazarides Ed...
This was the form of journalism founded the cartoonist's long-time collaborator Hunter S Thompson. Thompson died in 2005, but Dr Gonzo is still very much around in Steadman's latest exhibition...
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The Outsider Writer on the Inside of the Outside
... by Gerard Malanga] Charles Plymell (Charley to those who know him, Charlie to those who don’t) has been an outsider for decades, self-declared and otherwise, railing against everything that...
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The many faces of David Bowie
David Bowie, Heroes album cover contact sheet, 1977. Photo: Copyright Victoria and Albert Museum "There's a starman waiting in the sky/he'd like to come and meet us/but he thinks he'd blow our...
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Lawrence Ferlinghetti: ‘Most of the poets were on...
He directs me upstairs to the kitchen of his second floor apartment, past a scrappy unframed poster of Vladimir Mayakovsky taped roughly to the wall. “It’s a real Italian building,” he says. “The...
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David Bowie and me: Sam Sejavka on the moment his...
Saskia Post and Michael Hutchence in Dogs in Space. Photo: Supplied It's easy to forget how different life was in the Melbourne of the mid-70s. For myself, I had yet to taste a mango or an avocado....
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