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Peninsula Peace & Justice
The film PHIL OCHS: THERE BUT FOR FORTUNE will be shown on Friday September 30, 7 p.m., at Blue Hill Library. A documentary of the life of legendary folksinger Phil Ochs, the film tells the story of the turbulent era of the Sixties that continues to resonate today and has been hailed by reviewers as “enthralling, fascinating, essential”. Ochs was one of the more famous protest singers during the times of national unrest marked by the assassinations of the Kennedy brothers and Martin Luther King, Jr., and the escalation of the Vietnam War. Featuring interviews with Joan Baez, Sean Penn, Pete Seeger and others, the film is presented by Peninsula Peace & Justice as part of its Fall Film Series. All are welcome, info: 326-4405.
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