WBCN and The American Revolution Film Screening, Author Q&A, and Book Signing

Tuesday, October 186:00—8:30 PMFogelberg ABurlington Public Library22 Sears Street, Burlington, MA, 01803
Fogelberg BBurlington Public Library22 Sears Street, Burlington, MA, 01803
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Join the fun at Burlington Public Library for a film screening of WBCN and The American Revolution: How a Radio Station Defined Politics, Counterculture, and Rock and Roll, followed by a question and answer session and book signing by Lichtenstein.

Created by Peabody Award-winning journalist, the film and book of the same name reveal the amazing, untold story of WBCN, a radical underground Boston radio station, set against the profound social and political changes of the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Lichtenstein is the winner of more than 61 major journalism awards, and his work has appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice, and The Boston Globe. He worked at WBCN from 1971-1977, beginning as a teenage volunteer on the station’s “Listener Line.”

There may be reminiscing at this in-person event at Burlington Public Library.

Capacity: 51 of 90 spaces available.

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