Posts by Brandon Loberg:
Jack Kerouac Birthday Events on 3 Different Coasts!
On March 12th, Jack Kerouac would have been 94 years old. Here are three ways on three different coasts to celebrate his life and work.
Future Uncertain for Lowell’s Grotto and Stations of the Cross
In Lowell, Massachusetts, Jack Kerouac’s hometown, there is some uncertainty about the future of two important landmarks: The Grotto, and the Stations of the Cross, both of which feature prominently in Doctor Sax, and reside on the grounds of the Franco-American School (known as the Franco American Orphanage in Jack’s time) which, it has been […]
Bob Dylan Treasures, Including Lyric Notebooks
A treasure trove of 6,000 Bob Dylan pieces has been acquired by the George Kaiser Foundation in Tulsa.
The Making of Sgt. Pepper’s Cover
If you're a Beatles fan, you'll love the numerous alternate covers that were considered for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band
66th Anniversary of ‘The Town and the City’
On March 2nd, 1950, Jack Kerouac's first novel was published.
And now…our new speaker series!
An ambitious speaker series featuring luminaries, poets, writers, musicians, artists, and more...
Photos from ‘The Crow and I’
Ria Burman from Out of the Booth captured some excellent photos of poets Bill Gainer, SB Stokes, Cassandra Dallett, William Taylor Jr., Paul Corman-Roberts, and Neeli Cherkovski reading in support of Neeli’s new book The Crow and I on January 22nd, 2016.
Van Morrison visits the Beat Museum
Van Morrison stops by the Beat Museum.
When David Bowie Met William S. Burroughs
The artist and his influences.
Lonely Planet: On the Road: Following Kerouac Across the US
Lonely Planet follows Kerouac's footsteps to the five cities that kept calling him back.
Our SF: The Beats help build city’s progressive future
In Sunday's SF Chronicle, Peter Hartlaub discusses how the Beats challenged the values of a conservative city, and built a foundation for its progressive future.