Category Archives: The 1960s

Not Kids, but Still All Right: The Who @50

People (still) try to put us down. Just because we…well, I was never really sure why, except it always seems there’s money or cred or culture to be made in the generation gaps.

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A Cool Jewish Clubhouse: Tikva Records Pop-Up Store Opens in the Mission

The Tikvah Records Jewish music pop-up store — a cool Jewish clubhouse of sorts — opened tonight. Music events, kitschy album-cover perusing and CD sales run through the December 28. Continue reading

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Harvey Pekar: Hot in Cleveland, Always a Self-Effacing Oddball

Sad news came in over the Internets this morning. Harvey Pekar, the Bard of Cleveland and a cancer survivor, passed away in his home last night. I was lucky enough to see the cult legend — best known for his … Continue reading

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