Rit Tie-Dye Went From Bankruptcy 5 Years Ago to a Pandemic-Fueled Resurgence

Two types of cultural history were written on August 16, 1969 at 2:00 am in Bethel, NY. The first was Janis Joplin, barefoot and a little steamed from partying. She took to Woodstock’s plywood stage and posed as a solo act for half a million people after leaving Big Brother and the Holding Company a few months earlier.

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