In 1984, a scrappy little neighborhood in San Francisco - home to many low-income tenants and the heart of the gay male leather scene - faced destruction from the bulldozers of redevelopment and the AIDS crisis. The Folsom Street Fair was started to call attention to gentrification and raise money for AIDS charities. FOLSOM FOREVER tells the story of how this small street fair grew into the biggest outdoor kink and fetish event in the world, and managed to do a lot of good along the way.
A warden and his assistant clash over prison reform, triggering a violent riot.
Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado, also known as Live at Folsom Field, is the fourth live album released by the Dave Matthews Band. It was recorded in Boulder, Colorado at Folsom Field, the football stadium of the University of Colorado at Boulder on July 11, 2001. It was released on the RCA Records music label on November 5, 2002 on Compact Disc, VHS, and DVD.
At Folsom Prison with Dr. Timothy Leary is an extraordinary counterculture document, filmed during Leary’s incarceration there. Under 30 minutes in length, this 1973 film shows Leary at his most engaging and personable. It’s a testament to his considerable charm that he was able to pull off such a performance, considering that the prison warden and other officials were sitting across the room listening as this was filmed. Leary discusses his jailbreak (intimating that the daughter of a United States senator he refuses to name helped him), the revolution in consciousness and drugs, Eldridge Cleaver and what it feels like to be an imprisoned philosopher.
Dead and Company performing at Folsom Field, Boulder, CO. SET I: Bertha, Good Lovin', Tennessee Jed, Cold Rain and Snow, Even So, Uncle John's Band, and One More Saturday Night | SET II: Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, Saint of Circumstance, Terrapin Station, Drums, Space, Stella Blue, Throwing Stones, and Not Fade Away | ENCORE: Black Muddy River
Dead and Company performing at Folsom Field, Boulder, CO. SET I: Feel Like a Stranger, Next Time You See Me, Samson and Delilah, West L.A. Fadeaway, Bird Song, and New Speedway Boogie | SET II: China Cat Sunflower, I Know You Rider, He's Gone, Smokestack Lightning, Let It Grow, Drums, Space, Dark Star, and Morning Dew | ENCORE: Brokedown Palace, U.S. Blues
Documentary about DC-based artist Fred Folsom.