Posts by Brandon Loberg:
An Excerpt from the Joan Anderson Letter – Journal of Alta California
To say we’ve been eager to finally read the heretofore unpublished portions of the Joan Anderson Letter would be a profoundly absurd understatement. Yet, while the complete text of Neal Cassady’s legendary letter to Jack Kerouac has yet to be made available to the public, you can read this exclusive excerpt from the Joan Anderson […]
Thanks to Everyone Who Attended ruthFest!
We'd like to thank everyone who joined us on Saturday for ruthFest: Celebrating ruth weiss at 90, and the Women of the Beat Generation.
The Beat Scene: Photographs by Burt Glinn
Magnum Photos and the Beat Museum present a new exhibition of largely unseen images of the Beat Generation in New York City and San Francisco, taken by photographer Burt Glinn in 1959 and 1960; selections from the forthcoming book The Beat Scene: Photographs by Burt Glinn.
At 99, the Poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti Has a New Novel
Today, the New York Times announced that Lawrence Ferlinghetti will publish his latest work, a novel called Little Boy on the occasion of his 100th birthday in March, 2019.
Beat Museum Seeks to Expand
Article by Romalyn Schmaltz in The Semaphore
Celebrate Jack Kerouac’s Birthday at Capo’s
In celebration of Kerouac's birthday, we're partnering with Tony Gemignani's Capo's restaurant in North Beach. Enjoy a delicious 5-course Chicago style Italian dinner with wine, beer, specialty cocktails, poetry and jazz!
The Beat Museum is Celebrating 15 Years
From our humble beginnings in Monterey, on the road with the Beat Museum on Wheels, to our current home in North Beach, the Beat Museum celebrates 15 years!
2017 Year-End News
As the year draws to an end, a look back at 2017
On William S. Burroughs 103rd Birthday
William S. Burroughs would’ve been 103 today.
North Beach Stories with Ray Hanna
From the streets of North Beach and beyond—all the sleaze, drugs, trailblazing strippers, and punks acting out, Timothy Leary performing at a Broadway nightclub, sheer rock-and-roll madness at the Mabuhay—all in a night’s work in Hanna’s world.
Why a Beat Hotel?
Update: Circumstances have changed, and this fundraising campaign has ended. Learn more… Ever since we went public with Michael Palumbo’s initial sketch of what a new Beat Museum building at 580 Green Street might look like, the feature that seems to inspire the greatest curiosity is the suggestion of a Beat hotel. Sure, it might […]