Jung, Henry Miller, Gary Snyder, Aldous Huxley, Reinhold Niebuhr, Timothy Leary
, Joseph Campbell, and James Hillman.
John Higgs is the author of I Have America Surrounded: The Life of Timothy Leary
It unexpectedly exploded into a music festival of 20,000 people where LSD guru Timothy Leary
stood up to protest against the new California law banning the drug.
First aired in 1963 on New York's WBAI, "Radio Unnameable" was a groundbreaking departure in format and philosophy from traditional radio programs: Fass connected ordinary callers with each other as well as with studio guests--cultural icons of the era including Allen Ginsberg, Bob Dylan, Timothy Leary
, the Grateful Dead, and Hunter S.
The book is notable for gathering material that has not been available for years, including the recently discovered transcript of a conversation with LSD guru Timothy Leary
com)-- Dying To Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary
- winner of the Illuminate Film Festival Impact Award - is coming to Los Angeles.
There's a moment in Tom Wolfe's The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test when the Merry Pranksters go to visit Timothy Leary
at his Millbrook compound, but Leary won't come out to greet Ken Kesey.
Harvard lecturer Timothy Leary
was famous for experimenting with the psychedelic drug.
Her parents were friends of Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, and her godfather was counter-culture icon Timothy Leary
Accompanying text comes from author and San Francisco music journalist Joel Selvin and the powerful pairing of the two results in an iconic, oversized presentation packing in hundreds of photos of rock musicians such as the Jefferson Airplane and Janis Joplin, counterculture figures such as Timothy Leary
, and stories that capture the sights, sounds, and sentiments of the times.
It features hundreds of shots of the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Hendrix, Joplin, the Dead, and Jefferson Airplane, as well as Bill Graham, Timothy Leary
, Allen Ginsberg, and other icons of the 1960s counterculture movement.
Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary
," being shown as part of Active Cinema, certainly appeals to the area's '60s "turn on, tune in and drop out" tradition.