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The ’49 Hudson Comes to the Beat Museum

Neal Cassady’s legendary ‘49 Hudson, made famous in Jack Kerouac’s novel On The Road, is lost to posterity. Other than Jack’s description of it in the novel (to the point where it is almost a character in the book) and the memory of it in the minds of Neal’s wife Carolyn Cassady and his friend […]

New Exhibition: Paris and the Beat Hotel, 1957 – Photographs by Loomis Dean

New Exhibition: Paris and the Beat Hotel, 1957 – Photographs by Loomis Dean

The Beat Generation was the quintessential American literary movement. From Kerouac’s accounts of youthful odyssey against the backdrop of a splendorous landscape of prairies, mountains, endless highways, and cities crackling with energy; to Burroughs’ satirical, absurdist danse macabre of addiction, control, and human debris; to Ginsberg’s naked verse, celebrating candidly and unapologetically the beauty and […]

The Beat Museum on Jeopardy!

You’re nobody until you’re on Jeopardy!, they say.  If that’s true, then the word is definitely out, because ‘The Beat Museum in North Beach’ was featured as an answer on last night’s Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions (at about the 6:12 mark in the clip below):

A Day on the Set of Big Sur, Part 1

A Day on the Set of Big Sur, Part 1

by Jerry Cimino And then there were two. As a friend of mine put it most succinctly a few weeks ago, “I’ve been waiting fifty years for a new film adaptation of one of Kerouac’s books, and now we’ve got two of them coming one on the heels of the other.” Truer words were never […]

A Day on the Set of <em>Big Sur</em>, Part 1

A Day on the Set of Big Sur, Part 1

by Jerry Cimino And then there were two. As a friend of mine put it most succinctly a few weeks ago, “I’ve been waiting fifty years for a new film adaptation of one of Kerouac’s books, and now we’ve got two of them coming one on the heels of the other.” Truer words were never […]

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