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In , Taylor Camp was burning down. The flames, ignited by the Kauai, Hawaii, county police and state officials, devoured homes, churches and community gardens that stretched through seven acres of sandy beach and shaded jungle. Freedom and love reigned supreme. But suddenly, Taylor Camp was burning.
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Introducing The Naked Hippies Way

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Welcome to the second edition of "Brits in Hot Weather", a regular guide to new British music with a very simple premise: Five songs from five new British artists that will make your day a little better. I feel that, as this is the second edition, I should explain the relevance of the title of this feature. Many of you will know that it's a riff on the Fall's "British People in Hot Weather" from their album Extricate which I got for my 14th birthday and which my girlfriend absolutely hated! It is one of the most quintessential songs about the British character. A character that strips off to reveal it's true self when the sun comes out.
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23 Pictures That Show Just How Far Out Hippies Really Were

These days Parco Lambro might be like any other park in Milan, but in the 70s, it was the setting for one of the biggest Italian cultural breakthroughs: the Festival del Proletariato Giovanile [Proletarian Youth Festival]. The annual music festival was organised by underground zine Re Nudo from until , and the last three editions were held in Parco Lambro in Milan. For a few days each year, the park was home to emerging and established performers, feminists, commune enthusiasts, hippies, militant lefties and curious passersby. The last edition in was attended by over , people, which was when the whole thing became a bit unmanageable. At the time, Dino Fracchia was young, unemployed and living in Milan.
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In a stunning new photography volume, Frank Habicht's snaps provide a raw and intimate insight into the decade of cultural revolution. Habicht's treasure chest of the swinging, groovy, hippie and psychedelic Sixties in London offers his most iconic work, with many images published for the first time. When the German photographer arrived in London in the s, the pop revolution was still in the starting blocks. Flower power, free love, "make love, not war" - these are the mottos of a progressive youth culture that longed for profound social and political changes.

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