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Topic - Timothy Leary
John Wilbur's football resume includes a stint with the Washington Redskins. His life resume? John Wilbur was an American original.
A trove of Timothy Leary files, much of it previously unpublished, could shed new light on the LSD guru, his controversial research into psychedelic drugs and the emergence of the '60s counterculture.
The day abortion was legalized was a blockbuster for news.
He doesn't beam in, but William Shatner does the next best thing at the start of his one-man Broadway show: He appears to the familiar orchestral strains of the "Star Trek" theme.
At least the Three Stooges were hilarious. The Occupy stooges are much different, though they certainly qualify for classic numskull stooges nonetheless. They are dirty, political punks. I seriously doubt the majority of them could identify five reasons why they are protesting. No one else in the country can.
The New York Public Library has acquired the papers of LSD guru Timothy Leary, who coined the phrase "turn on, tune in, drop out."
Oh, London in the Sixties, that fabled place and time of freewheeling existences and all manner of extravagant experiences where, so the saying goes, "if you were actually there, you won't remember it."