By Y. Jackson
How The Yiddish Forward Covered Woodstock Back In 1969
Editor’s Note: This article was published in Yiddish in the Forward on August 19, 1969, under the headline “The Music Fair in the Catskills.” America is, thank god, used to wonderful concerts of classical, jazz, folk and all kinds of modern music that elicit great interest and create enjoyment for those who like them. Crowds…
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