Category Archives: Newspaper Clippings

ACID BODHISATTVA: THE HISTORY OF THE TIMOTHY LEARY ARCHIVES DURING HIS PRISON AND EXILE YEARS, 1970-1976 (Part One)

How a scholarly hippie got pulled into the orbit of the psychedelic revolutionary whom then-President Nixon labeled “the most dangerous man in America” Lisa Rein conducts the first in-depth interview of Timothy Leary’s longtime archivist, Michael Horowitz Interview 1: December 1969 – November 1970 LR: How did you become Timothy Leary’s personal archivist? MH: I […]

Rex Morgan Clippings from 1966

From the archives of Michael Horowitz. Michael sez: “1966 was the year LSD was banned, Millbrook was raided, and Tim was sentenced to 30 years for the Laredo border bust. Here is evidence that even the comics were on his case. These two strips are all I have of the story that went on at […]

Timothy Leary Speaking Engagement Ad – 1969 Village Voice

The Electric Circus (formerly the Dom) was THE venue of the hip heads of the Lower East Side during the mid to late 1960s. Lots of  60’s rock bands played there. Andy Warhol staged his Exploding Plastic Inevitable there. The Velvet Underground was, for a time, the house band. Tim headlined three nights there in […]

1970’s News Clipping of Rosemary’s “Conspire-In Blowout”

Michael Horowitz thought we might enjoy a few tidbits from his own personal archives… This picture on the left was published on March 25, 1970. We’re not sure what the publication was. From Michael: “Rosemary did a benefit for Tim after his bail was taken away in an Orange County courtroom. Tim was jailed, and […]