Josh Lipnik uses Twitter to document regional architecture and design.
From 'the end of the Sixties' to the 'Akron sound.'
His story is the story of the rise and fall of rock 'n' roll in Cleveland—and of the city itself.
Neighborhoods experienced the wrath of white supremacy against a busing program to integrate schools like Bogan High School in the 70s.
In the early Seventies, the venue embodied the “golden age of rock music”—and saw the early years of some of the industry’s most iconic acts.
On childhood summers at a black enclave in Michigan, and the moment everything changed.