Examples of counterculture in a Sentence
the counterculture of the hippies
He was part of the antiwar counterculture.
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Events like Moonrise are a reminder that EDM festival culture -- and its dominance of college-aged attendees -- is mainstream, and feels more of the culture than counterculture.
The MC5 was already the house band at the Grande Ballroom, and the city’s counterculture had its own newspaper — the Fifth Estate — and radio station, WABX-FM.
Speaking of counterculture, General Idea’s Thursday-afternoon show referenced that ultimate protest period, the late ‘60s/early ‘70s.
The cover of New York’s current issue takes inspiration (as anyone of a certain age will recognize) from the Whole Earth Catalog, the counterculture manual first published by Stewart Brand in 1968.
In a now-iconic photo of ’60s counterculture, one Woodstock attendee scowls at the camera while another looks into the distance at a crowd thousands strong.
In the late 1960s, San Francisco was the epicenter of counterculture.
In a baseball era of patience, Salvador Perez embodies the counterculture.
Held at the Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire, the three-day festival mixes counterculture acts like the Pixies and Goldfrapp with live science experiments and nerdcore events such as light-saber practice at the Jedi Training Academy.
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