Friday’s Weekly Round-Up – 320
June 16, 2017
June 23, next Friday. We’re getting closer to the official release-date, but we’re already putting the word out  about this exciting Ginsberg re-release from Omnivore Recordings of Allen’s settings of William Blake. Here’s more info (courtesy Aquarium Drunkard) and here’s the official video just put[…]
Friday’s Weekly Round-Up – 193
October 17, 2014
 A wonderful Ginsberg issue (for all of you who read Portuguese – and even those of you don’t, (including several pictures of Allen that we’d, frankly, never seen before) -Claudio Willer Cesar Kiraly, Evaldo Gondim, among others. For more (including an on-line viewing of the[…]
Friday’s Weekly Round-Up – 181
July 11, 2014
Two weeks since the last “Friday Round-Up”, so.. without further ado.. Jim Cohn‘s Allen-centric Napalm Health Spa (we’ve featured it before on the Allen Ginsberg Project), this past July 4, delivered a blockbuster 400-plus page archive edition (spanning twenty-five years of the magazine’s history). Original contributions from many of Allen’s dear friends[…]
Friday’s Weekly Round-Up – 50
November 18, 2011
“Gog and Magog. Gog and Magog. Armageddon did the Job” – that’s the voice of David Shapiro (and glimpses too of David Amram, Joyce Johnson, Ann Douglas, and others from this video footage of the Columbia (University’s) Alumnae Association’s annual Beat hommage (“A Celebration of Columbia’s Beats”), held earlier this year. The[…]
Friday’s Weekly Round-Up – 47
October 28, 2011
The People’s Library, Occupy Wall Street We refer you to our earlier postings – here and here – but Allen’s spirit continues to be present in the continuing (global) Occupy Wall Street protests. The inevitable “op ed” header has appeared (Austin Allen on Big Think) – “What Would Allen Ginsberg Think of[…]