Rachel Rubin

KCRW Staff

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The “Renaissance Faire” as we know it began in 1963—in California. It couldn’t have come from anyplace else.

Leftists, weirdies, and the political roots of the Renaissance Faire

The “Renaissance Faire” as we know it began in 1963—in California. It couldn’t have come from anyplace else.

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