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Janie Hendrix on her brother's legacy: His music transcends time Special

In a very busy month for Jimi Hendrix fans, the legendary musician's sister spoke to Digital Journal about what makes Jimi's tunes have such lasting power. She also reveals what he was truly like away from the stage and spotlights.
Digital Journal Report by David Silverberg - 9 comments

Sturgis Rally is now about the motorcycles and the music Special

Sturgis - Imagine living in a small, quiet town where almost every person of the 6,600 people is friendly and polite. That’s a nice image to have in your mind, isn’t it?
Digital Journal Report by Jay McClung

Ritchie Havens has left the building

Los Angeles - His galvanizing energetic performance at Woodstock inducted a new generation of love into the heartfelt universe of folk and soul music, cosmic troubadour Ritchie Havens has succumbed to a heart attack at 72 and the planet mourns.
In the Media by Richard Mccallum

Writer, Peanuts creator Charles Schulz at Saginaw Castle Museum Special

Saginaw - On Saturday Dec. 29 Saginaw Castle Museum patrons were given a glimpse inside the life of writer Charles Schulz’s life, for free.
Digital Journal Report by Chrystal Mahan

Levon Helm, drummer for The Band dead at 71

Levon Helm, the lone American in The Band died on Thursday in Manhattan. He was 71 and lived in Woodstock, N.Y. Helm suffered with cancer for several years.
In the Media by Larry Clifton - 2 comments

Woodstock: My Little Town Special

Woodstock - Woodstock is a lot different than many folks imagine it. This writer likes living here because the people are nice and it is quiet.
Digital Journal Report by Peter G.Donald - 3 comments

Op-Ed: The problem with Rick Santorum

Rick Santorum, Henry Rollins and Ed Sanders. Unlikely bedfellows? This writer thinks not. Santorum only entered the writer's consciousness two days ago, and he seems a Tussaud's statue of himself.
In the Media by Peter G.Donald - 5 comments

Seattle planning Jimi Hendrix park

Seattle - Legendary rocker Jimi Hendrix will be commemorated next year in Seattle when a park will be opened and named in his honor. Organizers hope to have the park open in time to mark what would have been the rock star's 70th birthday.
In the Media by Kevin Fitzgerald - 1 comment

Chef plans Occupy Wall Street Thanksgiving dinner for protesters

New York - Occupy Wall Street protesters won't be missing the traditional Thanksgiving fare thanks to a New York City chef whose promised an organic meal for 1,000 people complete with roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman

Atheist Dawkins bemoans lack of detractors at his lectures

Nobody who disagrees with the views of outspoken atheist Richard Dawkins ever seems to go to his lectures, the biologist and author has said.
In the Media by Andrew John - 3 comments

Jonathan Groff returns to the '60s in Ang Lee’s Taking Woodstock Special

Jonathan Groff, the young stage star (Spring Awakening & Hair), stars in Ang Lee’s Taking Woodstock. Portraying promoter Michael Lang, the brainchild behind the greatest 3-day rock event in history, Groff talks about bringing the icon to life onscreen.
Digital Journal Report by Earl Dittman

Op-Ed: Woodstock Celebrates it 40th Anniversary

Woodstock was the end of an era. Some 500,000 people attended what was to be the biggest music festival to date. Today, after 40 years, the repercussions of Woodstock are still felt.
In the Media by Walt Crocker - 2 comments

Gallery Displays Photos Celebrating Woodstock's 40th Anniversary

The Laurence Miller Gallery is showcasing iconic images of Woodstock, which celebrates its 40th anniversary on Aug. 12. Burk Uzzle's photos of the 1969 love-in will be on display until Aug. 20.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 4 comments

Want To Have A Piece Of History? Woodstock Farm Is For Sale

Back in 1969 hippies by the thousands made a pilgrimage to Max Yasgur's farm in Bethel, New York. For three days music flowed and free love blossomed. Drugs were passed from one friend to the next. It was Woodstock and it has never been copied.
In the Media by KJ Mullins
 

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