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“Note 44: For corroboration by an former Farmie involved in Beatnik's production, see B. Klaski (pseud.), interview with Shanks, 17; see also "The Front Door," in Fike, Voices from The Farm, 36. back”
“Dan Drasin's 1961 film, Sunday, captured the April 9 conflict between New York City folk musicians and police that came to be known as the Beatnik Riot.”
“The events of that day became known as the Beatnik Riot, and Saturday marks its 50th anniversary.”
“I formed a company called Beatnik, which, for years, did really, really cool stuff that made almost no money at all, and then ended up doing quite uncool stuff, which made lots and lots of money.”
“With its energetic portrayal of the thrills and confusions of being young in the early years of the Cold War, it also helped usher in the "Beatnik" movement and many of the radical changes in American culture that took place in the 1960s.”
“This section will also include a few examples of the media-driven "Beatnik" phenomenon, through the lurid cover art of pulp paperbacks.”
“Borders did have a copy of "On the Road" available in fiction literature, but there was no specific "Beatnik" section in their store.”
“Beatnik" is a cool word, but I think it's solidly anchored in the 1950s... or to refer to Maynard G.”
“Sun earmarked $400 million in 1999 and 2000 to invest in developers that used its Java platform, handing money to companies such as Beatnik, Graviton and CollabNet, as well as other U.S. and foreign firms.”
“In reaction to the growing public fascination with the new art and literature that was being created, North Beach was added to tourists’ itineraries and so-called Beatnik Tours were promoted.”
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