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A Beat Fourth of July

June 26, 2010 |  7:19 am



 
June 26, 1960, Comics

June 26, 1960: For the Fourth of July, the Beats of Venice plan to protest an ordinance against being on the beach between midnight and 6 a.m. by spending the night on the beach. Except there is no such city ordinance, police say. The beats also plan a Gilbert and Sullivan production, one-act plays by Tennessee Williams and other “hip writers,” poetry readings and an art auction.





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June 26, 1960, Beats

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