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A vestige of 1960s Greenwich Village has been painted over by a Mexican restaurant, prompting an outcry from New York City preservation advocates.
The gold lame varsity jackets still fit.
This infallible newspaper reports that up for sale is one of the most famous scenes of infantilism in the 20th century, "Woodstock." Actually on the block is the late Max Yasgur's New York farm, 38 acres of which were used for the 1969 Woodstock music festival that hagiographers for the "1960s Generation" have ever since boomed as a pivotal event in American history.