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Category Archives: March 2009

The Wide Open Eyes of the World

Chronicles: Bob Dylan Digests Himself The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia & An Interview With Michael Gray Suze Rotolo On Dylan Music Writer Kathleen Mackay Blood Idioms: the Art of Johnny Cash … Continue reading

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Medical Science Report Advancements In Medicine

Heart-Kidney Transplants at U.C. San Francisco Renew Hope for Many Most people suffering from long-standing heart failure are also likely to be plagued by reduced kidney function — the two problems tend … Continue reading

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Poetry From Whitman To Ginsberg

THE LETTERS OF ALLEN GINSBERG. Allen Ginsberg and Bill Morgan. Da Capo Press. Most of us know that Allen Ginsberg was a brilliant poet with a searching mind and deft … Continue reading

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Kerouac’s Dharma Bums Turns 50 Years Old

THE DHARMA BUMS. 50th Anniversary Hardback Edition. Jack Kerouac. Viking Books. It’s hard to believe, but Jack Kerouac’s famous novel, The Dharma Bums, turns 50 years old this year. The book, which … Continue reading

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Silicon Valley Face-Lift

THE DOMAIN HOTEL. 1085 East El Camino Real. Sunnyvale, California. Telephone: (408) 247-0800. Most business travelers who came through California’s famed Silicon Valley – birthplace of the tech revolution of the 1980s – … Continue reading

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The Hotel Kabuki

THE HOTEL KABUKI. 1625 Post Street. San Francisco, California. 94115. Telephone: (415) 922-3200. The Kabuki is one of Joie de Vivre Hospitality’s most intriguing hotels, located a few blocks west of mid-town San Francisco in the middle of the … Continue reading

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