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Category Archives: October 2003

Empty Mirror Books

Online bookseller Empty Mirror Books (EMB) has just celebrated its third anniversary. When EMB opened its virtual doors in summer 2000, its inventory consisted used & rare Beat Generation & … Continue reading

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Never Mind the Pollacks

AsEverWas: MEMOIRS OF A BEAT SURVIVOR. Hammond Guthrie. SAF Publishing. Even though this work makes reference to the “Beat Generation” in its title, it’s anything but a nostalgic trip down memory … Continue reading

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Spotlight On Larry Keenan

These pictures by photographer Larry Keenan serve as a personal memorial to a community of faces that have fallen away into invisible skin — tributes to fallen friends in ink … Continue reading

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Spotlight On Neil Young

SHAKEY. Jimmy McDonough. Random House. GREENDALE. Neil Young and Crazy Horse. Reprise/Warner Brothers Records. Neil Young is one of the most prolific musicians to emerge from the rock n roll … Continue reading

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NYPD Blue & An Interview With Dennis Franz

NYPD BLUE. DVD. Seasons 1 & 2. Fox Home Entertainment. Excepting The Sopranos, NYPD Blue is the best thing on television today. These DVDs capture the complete first and second seasons, as we re-immerse ourselves … Continue reading

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A Gradual Twilight & Copper Canyon Press

A GRADUAL TWILIGHT: AN APPRECIATION OF JOHN HAINES. Steven B. Rogers. CavanKerry Press Ltd. Poetry. Criticism. Memoir. A Gradual Twilight is a wonderful book of reflections retracing the life of poet-naturalist John … Continue reading

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Spotlight On A Master

HOROWITZ LIVE & UNEDITED (The Historic 1965 Carnegie Hall Return Concert) and SET IN THE HANDS OF THE MASTER. Vladimir Horowitz. Sony Classical. October 1, 2003 marks the 100th anniversary of … Continue reading

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