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Shinrone - In Fiction
... Arlo Guthrie's visit to Shinrone is mentioned in Tim Winton's novel The Riders - shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1995 ... in the novel overhears locals in the small Irish town of Shinrone, recount the night Arlo Guthrie came to play ... The actual event occurred in February 1988, when Arlo played the local gymnasium in Shinrone, County Offaly ...
Arlo Eisenberg - Biography - Heyday
... Arlo was the chief graphic designer ... Popular images included slit wrists and bloody baseball bats ... Arlo crafted an image of himself as a social provocateur, an image which he fostered through his artwork ...
Arlo - People - Fictional
... Arlo Dean, character on the soap opera Family Affairs Arlo, character played by Kyle Howard on the feature film Orange County Arlo Glass, character on the 8th season of the television series 24 ...
Philadelphia Lawyer (song) - Musical Legacy - Tributes
... his death, artists have paid tribute to Guthrie by covering his songs or by dedicating songs to him ... On January 20, 1968, three months after Guthrie's death, Harold Leventhal produced A Tribute to Woody Guthrie at New York City's Carnegie Hall ... Performers included Jack Elliott, Pete Seeger, Tom Paxton, Bob Dylan and The Band, Judy Collins, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Odetta, and others ...
The Best Of Arlo Guthrie
... The Best of Arlo Guthrie is a 1977 compilation album by Arlo Guthrie. ...

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    This land is your land, this land is my land, From California to the New York Island. From the redwood forest to the Gulf Stream waters This land was made for you and me.
    —Woody Guthrie (1912–1967)

    Under the one word “house” are included the schoolhouse, the almshouse, the jail, the tavern, the dwellinghouse; and the meanest shed or cave in which men live contains elements of all these. But nowhere on the earth stands the entire and perfect house.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)