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Doug Sahm left his home in Texas in 1968. Busted for marijuana possession, something that carried a lot more weight back then, he headed toward the Frisco Bay, where the longhairs weren't a novelty to the people that were on the scene. Like any expatriate, his mind drifted back to where he belonged, a place that seemed a lot more romantic now that he was living in exile. https://open.spotify.com/track/1aUbMzhQVlfMUiGI6bGmZL Mendocino, the first record the Sir Douglas...
In 1983, Life magazine assigned photographer Mary Ellen Mark and writer Cheryl McCall to cover the youth homelessness problem in Seattle, a city chosen specifically because it had recently been named the country’s “most livable,” thus illustrating the hushed-up ubiquity of the epidemic. Soon after, Mark and her husband, director Martin Bell, were commissioned to make a film covering the same ground. The result was the brutal-but-beautiful Streetwise, a film full of thrilling vérité...
Loretta Lynn will release a new album in 2016, her first in more than ten years. As Billboard reports, Full Circle will come out next March and was produced by Patsy Lynn Russell and John Carter Cash. It was recorded at Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee and features collaborations with Willie Nelson and Elvis Costello, along with renditions of old Appalachian folk songs, other reimagined classics, and some brand new songs. The 83-year-old Lynn's...
It’s early June. The imperative for rejoicing on beds of grass and for guzzling beers and sangria on various rooftops is reaching critical mass. Ok, maybe our collective urge for summertime frolocking isn’t quite THAT alarming--after all, as I write this, the sky looks a turgid gray and the temperature barely rounds upwards of 65 degrees. But still! The weather is bound to get inhospitably warm in due time, and when it does, Prospect...

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