Tippets: Ken Burns Travels, Vermont Hatchery Damage, Kerouac Anniversary

  • Filmmaker Ken Burns and collaborator Dayton Duncan have created a series of travel itineraries based around their films.  A January trip with Burns will take participants to Yellowstone Park.  Wear your woollies.
  • Irene “all but washed away the 120-year-old Roxbury fish hatchery, Vermont’s oldest and arguably most productive fish culture station.”
  • In history: On September 5, 1957 Jack Kerouac’s American classic “On the Road” was finally published, after being rejected over and over by multiple publishers.  More on The Writer’s Almanac.
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