Archive for the ‘Beatniks’ Category

Are T-shirts works of art?

October 25, 2012












How can a fan of the Rolling Stones show support for the Giants at AT&T Park?
We saw this T-shirt there Wednesday before the start of Game 1.












While looking at the wide variety of T-shirts on display by fans going to Game 1 of the World Series, we wondered when will an Art Museum ever present the first display of  “T-shirts as Art”?

UCB band on cable car

October 16, 2012












Seen Monday Oct 15, 2012 in San Francisco CA.












It’s not every day that you see the Cal Berkeley band on one of San Francisco’s world famous cable cars.


Beat sentiments seen at Occupy Cal

November 26, 2011











This chalk sentiment seen at Occupy Cal reminded us:  the Beat Museum’s website has a new look.  Click on over to

to take a look.  Tell ’em the World’s Laziest Journalist sent you their way.

Where does Jack Kerouac alley take you?

May 6, 2011

This alley in San Francisco is close to but not right “at” the Beat Museum.

Litquake’s North Beach Tour

October 5, 2010

Tour looks at scene described in poem being read by the tour guide.

The tour meet-up/starting point was the Beat Museum.

The tour stops at one of the many points as it walked up Grant.

Some of the Beat coffee houses don’t look the same these days.

Tour looks at scene being described in a Ginsberg poem while it is being read by the tour guide.

Archive material

September 28, 2010

Snapshots from the Sidney trip in 2008 and 2009.

Dharma Bums tribute in L. A.

September 20, 2010

This tribute to Jack Kerouac is part of the Greenline’s LAX Airport/Aviation Blvd. station.