Blog Post Category Archive (History)

  1. Jelani, 16 Year Old Wall Street Protestor

    Jelani, a 16-year-old protester who traveled with his grandmother from Pontiac, Michigan to New York City for the Occupy Wall Street protests. “I had never slept on the street before,” he says. His mom said it was okay to take

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  2. You’ve Got To Find What You Love

    Steve Jobs at his home office, 1982 “I am honored to be with you today at your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world. I never graduated from college. Truth be told, this is the closest I’ve

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  3. New York Visits

    We have a lot of exciting projects ahead for 01 Magazine. Being in New York fueled the fire for us to venture into unguarded territory for creative endeavors for the future. We met with people that inspire us but also

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  4. Happy Canada Day

  5. Hunter S. Thompson VS The Hell’s Angels(’67)

    A young Hunter S. Thompson defends his words against The Hell’s Angels.

  6. U-J3RK5

    U-J3RK5 (pronounced “you jerk,” – the five is silent) was a Vancouver based band from the late 1970s. Their style was post punk/new wave, but was more art rock than synth pop. U-J3RK5’s short lived local success was influenced by

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  7. Mister Rogers Defending PBS (1969)

    “In 1969, Rogers appeared before the United States Senate Subcommittee on Communications. His goal was to support funding for PBS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, in response to significant proposed cuts. In about six minutes of testimony, Rogers spoke

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  8. Herbert Marshall McLuhan

    Herbert Marshall McLuhan @ CBC 1967

  9. Stephen Reid+Stopwatch Gang Video

    (Stephen Reid on the right at the Millhaven Penitentiary where he wrote his book Jackrabbit Parole) As bad ass as it gets… Canadian Stephen Reid is not only one of the members of the infamous bank thieves called “The Stopwatch

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  10. Sean (1970)

    Sean is a short student documentary about 4 year old Sean Farell, who lives with his hippy parents in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district in the 1960’s. Directed by Ralph Arlyck, the film shows Sean’s thoughts on marijuana, police presence, and

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  11. Kodachromes

    Beautifully composed Kodachrome photographs found on Electrospark’s Flickr c/o ACL.

  12. Dark Side of The Moon

    Tonight, for the first time since 1638, a total lunar eclipse of a full moon falls on the winter solstice—a stargazing event almost anyone in North America will be able to see tonight. Times: 12:17am PST 1:17am MST 2:17am CST

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