Wednesday, June 7, 2006

From the website:

The Hippie Museuem's most cherished Fairy Godmother Alicia Bay Laurel, artist, musician, and author of "Living on the Earth", the more than famous Hippie "bible" of back to the land living, has just released a new cd, "What Living's All About". The description on the cover reads "Jazz, blues and other moist situations".. Read what Alicia has to say about it, and follow links to purchase it on her site, as well as listen to clips on link

More News from the Hippie Museum...

What's Living in the Middle of America?
Hippie Museum member Alan SpringWind is about to embark on a 30 day bus trip to Ohio and elsewhere back towards the right side of Amerika. He used to hitch around the country back in the late 60's and early 70's. He's been in California most of the time since 1976., and is now going off to discover the current state of Amerika, from the perspective of his hippie roots and his anarchist-Christian perspective. He will be making regular reports here on the Hippie Museum. Stary Tuned! Check out Alan's blog ..... link

Shill Is A Shuck - A review by Pam Hanna
Some characters are undoubtedly modeled on real people, but even they are not fleshed out to resemble real human beings. I'm guessing that O'Bannon is Emmet Grogan, The Poet is Allen Ginsberg and the Riggers are most probably the Diggers. Tahiti was allowed to keep his own name but not developed as a character. I did recognize the man who lives near Silver City and makes his own beer but only because the author says it tastes like champagne and there could be only one such person. Otherwise, ... read more here: link


Karen Wed Jun 07, 02:00:00 PM EDT  

I am stopping by to say halloo and wish you a happy hump day :-) *HUGS*

A SpringWind Mon Jun 12, 04:58:00 AM EDT  


Thanks for listing the info about my upcoming trip. I like what I see of your blog. I'll log in and read more later.

Alan SpringWind


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