Bedford + Bowery, “50 Years Ago: The Summer of Love Brings Pot, Protests and Psychedelic Rock to the East Village”

“Since I had worked on an upstart alternative newspaper at Queens College, I gravitated to the offices of the East Village Other (EVO) where a ragtag bunch of anarchists were putting out a biweekly paper that The New York Times described as ‘a newspaper so countercultural that it made the Village Voice look like a church circular.’

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