Beat Generation News
The Latest: Dylan Doesn't Refer to Nobel Win During Concert
Bob Dylan did not mention his winning the Nobel Prize for literature, during a concert in Las Vegas Thursday night
Dustin Hoffman Interview on 'Tootsie,' Early Career
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Sundance 2013: 10 Movies to Watch and Why It Still Matters
PARK CITY, Utah — This snowy ski town has once again gone Hollywood. The 2013 Sundance Film Festival kicks off today, and the formerly quaint celebration of independent film has become, as founder Robert Redford put it in a recent interview, a “monster’s ball.” More than 100 feature...
Oscar Contender 'On the Road' Burns the Candle on Both Ends
Early on in Walter Salles and José Rivera's adaptation of the classic 1957 Jack Kerouac novel On the Road , the film's narrator, Sal Paradise, makes clear what drives him on his search across America's highways: The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad
Kristen Stewart, Post-Split, Says She's 'Doing Fine'
Kristen Stewart has made her first public appearance since her highly publicized split from “Twilight” series co-star Robert Pattinson, at the Toronto Film Festival. The 22-year-old actress greeted fans and braved the crowd of photographers Thursday on the red carpet at the premiere of her...
Whip-Its: Brief Highs, Big Dangers for Demi Moore?
Inhaled nitrous oxide, a party drug more commonly known as laughing gas, whip-its and "hippie crack," provides relatively intense, brief highs, although few people realize it also can harm, or even kill. Despite a benign reputation for reducing users to peals of laughter, the colorless,
'Mad Men' Gets It Right: Booze, Sex, Secrets
AMC's Popular TV Series Inches Closer to JFK Assassination and Cultural Chaos
'On the Road' Turns 50 Amid Controversy
The 50th anniversary of Jack Kerouac's generation-defining novel "On the Road" is approaching, but among those closely linked to the writer, it's accompanied by as much acrimony as celebration. Gerald Nicosia, wrote the 1983 biography, "Memory Babe," which has been described by Library Journal as
Brad Pitt and Billy Crudup to Go On the Road
After 50 years of speculation, anticipation, and false starts, On the Road, Jack Kerouac's seminal novel about the Beat Generation, is finally making its way toward the big screen, the BBC reports with one of this generation's biggest stars attached to star. Brad Pitt, who's had a long-standing