"Scar Tissue" by Anthony Kiedis is as powerful as ever.
The British pop art great walks us through his new exhibit to reflect on collaborating with Bowie, tutoring Joe Strummer, and painting iPhones.
The 40,000-word letter by Neal Cassady is said to have inspired Kerouac to adopt his electric, spontaneous style was believed to have been lost forever.
It plots out the trips of everyone from Kerouac to Steinbeck to Cheryl Strayed.
There are moments in On the Road when the author seems cured of his own mental health issues, so I figured that a freewheeling, weed-smoking experience might have the same effect on me.
The first leaves are turning color. Like a teen's body, the weather is going through changes. But even as time passes, some weird stunts are apparently too tempting to resist.
Abstract expressionist Alfred Leslie's new 'Pixel Scores' series explores Photoshop, New York City, and 'The Maltese Falcon.'
The only people for this Google e-book are the mad ones.
Carolyn, who died last Friday, September 20th at the age of 90, loved throwing rocks at the Beat industry from the sidelines. She was an arch Anglophile, who was the widow of the man who inspired On the Road and Allen Ginsberg’s early poetry...
Any virgin who read the book at 16 might feel the same way, too.
The apparently interminable and eternally bemused quest to understand the hipster—haha, what is it? Sartorial trendsetter? Early adopter? Idiot on a fixie? Indie tastemaker? Trailblazing consumer?—has now occupied our media for the better part of a...