by Harlan Lebo
Woodstock was a milestone – not just in coverage of the music scene, but also in broader media exploration of social and economic issues that affect younger audiences.
by Harlan Lebo
The Woodstock weekend marked the beginning of a new era in America, a new consciousness about the way the world could be.
SOURCE: New York Times
What is this ceaseless looking backward?
by Bruce Chadwick
The Norman Rockweel Museum is celebrating the year 1969 not with an exhibit about politics or history, but one about how artists showcased their work in that one, single year.
by Jonathan Montano
Goodman's latest documentary, "Woodstock: Three Days That Changed a Generation," premieres on PBS August 6th.
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