This is the post in which we say goodbye. We’re both leaving our respective jobs at Beliefnet, and so it’s time to step away from the blog. So, this is the post in which we say goodbye…by saying thank you. Thank you to you, the readers, for clicking and visiting and sharing the myriad ways […]
In this so-great video, part of the New York Times.com “Woodstock Memories” 40th anniversary series, one woman recounts her most memorable moment at the concert: She’s lost, a stranger asks her what she really wants, and it appears. My new motto is “Olives!” and after you watch it might be yours too: http://www.nytimes.com/packages/html/arts/2009-woodstock-videos/#/fier
Were you at Woodstock? Or nearby? Or have a Woodstock-related story to share?
The slooshy, generation-changing mud and music fest happened before I was a sparkle in my parents’ eyes, but in high school I dated the son of someone who performed there and for a while I wore his dad’s blue and yellow tie-dyed jeans, which I’m pretty sure were at Woodstock–memory by osmosis. Man, I loved those jeans.That’s all I’ve got! Please share a better story!
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