A Journalist's Guide to Christianity by Richelle Wiseman

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Lawrence, is lifted by a federal district court. Judge Frederick van Pelt Bryan rules that the postmaster general is not qualified to judge obscenity of material to be sent through the mail. 21 Oct. New York's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, opens to mixed reviews. 7 Oct. One hundred eight musicians in the Philadelphia Orchestra accept a contract after a strike that caused cancellation of the first three concerts of the season; the new contract stipulates a minimum wage of $170 per week for instumentalists.

In big-city nightclubs, black musicians played bebop, a syncopated, dissonant music that sounded far different but expressed the same stubborn individualism as hillbilly soul. Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Monk, Sonny Rollins, and John Coltrane were reacting against the traditional harmonies, predictable rhythms, and sentimentality of the swing era in small-group sessions that emphasized the improvisado nal abilities of the soloist and an appreciation for the unorthodox. Bebop was the music of isolation, black isolation in particular.

Within ten minutes it had crashed, killing the pilot and all three passengers. The Shock. No rock 'n' roll star had ever tragically lost his life before. " Source: John Tobler, The Buddy Holly Story (New York: Beaufort Books, 1979). 45 RPM RECORDS Background. Until June 1948, home listening to recorded music required a forgiving ear and a vivid imagination. The records were all ten or twelve inches in diameter and made of shellac. 50 each and played for about four minutes per side at 78 revolutions per minute.

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