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  • He allowed a half-sleep of the mind because the vid stuff came from there and also the voices that were not Voices and lately they sounded Asian and the Voices heard them and suggested this meeting so all was well.

    ART’S APPRECIATION by Tom Doyle | Fiction | Futurismic

  • See also Peter Cohon, interview with Leonard Wolf, n.d., in Voices from the Love Generation, ed.

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • Note 27: Tom Weir, photograph of Coyote and Eileen Ewing, 1967, reproduced in Voices from the Love Generation, ed.

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • Note 3: Charlotte Todd, interview with Leonard Wolf, n.d., in Voices from the Love Generation, ed.

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • Among other tributes to the fallen warrior, Piestewa and five others are featured in "Voices," a new exhibit that opened at the Women's

    Piestewa, Lori Ann

  • Common Market: Thursday springs back to life with a brash new album on a new label Voices Carry: Shirley Brown, the forgotten soul sister, sings on Ravi Coltrane carves his own path beyond his father's shadow, while William Elliott Whitmore explores the art of the electric protest song Listen To What the Man Said: Paul McCartney discusses his dance-music project Fireman, the Beatles and, of course, the loves of his life Stranger than Friction: Beloved Lou music champion Fred Friction discusses his debut solo album and new venue

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • Common Market: Thursday springs back to life with a brash new album on a new label Voices Carry: Shirley Brown, the forgotten soul sister, sings on Ravi Coltrane carves his own path beyond his father's shadow, while William Elliott Whitmore explores the art of the electric protest song Listen To What the Man Said: Paul McCartney discusses his dance-music project Fireman, the Beatles and, of course, the loves of his life Stranger than Friction: Beloved Lou music champion Fred Friction discusses his debut solo album and new venue

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • Common Market: Thursday springs back to life with a brash new album on a new label Voices Carry: Shirley Brown, the forgotten soul sister, sings on Ravi Coltrane carves his own path beyond his father's shadow, while William Elliott Whitmore explores the art of the electric protest song Listen To What the Man Said: Paul McCartney discusses his dance-music project Fireman, the Beatles and, of course, the loves of his life Stranger than Friction: Beloved Lou music champion Fred Friction discusses his debut solo album and new venue

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • Special Delivery: Eli "Paperboy" Reed delivers tales of his busking-soul roots Common Market: Thursday springs back to life with a brash new album on a new label Voices Carry: Shirley Brown, the forgotten soul sister, sings on Ravi Coltrane carves his own path beyond his father's shadow, while William Elliott Whitmore explores the art of the electric protest song Listen To What the Man Said: Paul McCartney discusses his dance-music project Fireman, the Beatles and, of course, the loves of his life

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

  • Special Delivery: Eli "Paperboy" Reed delivers tales of his busking-soul roots Common Market: Thursday springs back to life with a brash new album on a new label Voices Carry: Shirley Brown, the forgotten soul sister, sings on Ravi Coltrane carves his own path beyond his father's shadow, while William Elliott Whitmore explores the art of the electric protest song Listen To What the Man Said: Paul McCartney discusses his dance-music project Fireman, the Beatles and, of course, the loves of his life

    Riverfront Times | Complete Issue

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