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August 14, 2009

Feeding Woodstock

Many of the people who traveled to Woodstock recall that they forgot to pack an essential item: Food. When Douglas Lee was 16 years old, he and a friend quit their summer job busing tables and headed for Woodstock. They stuffed hundreds of bagels in their trunk with the intention of selling them at the concert. Janet Babin talks to him about how giving away many of the bagels made him feel like a bigger part of society.

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