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- Fred Weintraub, 88, Dies; Showcased Future Greats at the Bitter EndThe Greenwich Village impresario advanced the careers of Bob Dylan, Woody Allen, Lenny Bruce and others, and later became a Hollywood producer who worked with Bruce Lee.
- Elliot Tiber, Who With a Permit Brought Forth Woodstock, Dies at 81As the head of a Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Tiber, an unlikely counterculture hero, offered a home for the music festival. He wrote two memoirs.
- ‘Grandpa Woodstock’ Spreads Peace and Love on a Village GreenAllyn Richardson, known as Grandpa Woodstock, spends his days on the village green in Woodstock, N.Y., posing for photographs with tourists during the day and camping at night.
- Joni Mitchell’s ‘Woodstock,’ by Heather Maloney and DarlingsideThe boomers’ anthem gets a new take from a singer-songwriter and an indie folk quartet.
- A Final Return to Woodstock for Richie HavensThe ashes of Richie Havens, who opened the Woodstock festival in 1969, will be scattered over the site of his performance later this month.
- Richie Havens, Folk Singer Who Riveted Woodstock, Dies at 72Mr. Havens marshaled a craggy voice and a percussive guitar to play his way into immortality at Woodstock in 1969, improvising “Freedom” on the fly.