For a certain type of music fan, the 2020 Big Ears Festival was one of the first American casualties of the coronavirus pandemic. The fest, which takes place in Knoxville, Tenn., announced its cancelation a few weeks before its scheduled run in March.
Jun 06, 1970 · The New Yorker, June 6, 1970 P. 40. U.S. JOURNAL about a recent Armed Forces Day at Ft. Dix, N.J. & one that took place in 1959 when the writer was in the Army. The recent one featured an anti-war ...
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Our one-hundred-and-ninth issue is something of an anomaly, as it contains much loss and destruction—of the environment, of others, of the self. Yet as the nettle’s sting is soothed by the jewelweed that grows alongside it, each piece holds some key ingredient that makes its burdens easier to bear: beauty, laughter, resilience.
This edition of The Jersey Journal's vintage photos takes us through the buzzing heart of Jersey City's Journal Square. And why not? After all, it was named after this very newspaper in 1925.
Dec 22, 2020 · Tom Putnam, writer and director of The Dark Divide film, talks about his career as a director and what it was like to write and direct the movie.
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