By Emily Chan For Mailonline. A series of iconic pictures taken by photographer Baron Wolman at Woodstock have been unveiled nearly half a century after the festival took place. The exhibition features a stylized photo of legendary rock 'groupie' Pamela Des Barres whose sexual partners are thought to include Mick Jagger, Keith Moon and even Woody Allen. One of Wolman's most powerful photos, simply called ', Strong', shows a sea of rockers stretching as far as the horizon at Woodstock A series of iconic pictures taken by legendary photographer Baron Wolman at Woodstock have been unveiled nearly half a century after the festival took place. Actress and former rock and roll groupie Pamela Des Barres is pictured here in Wolman's photos encapsulate the loving spirit and freedom at Woodstock where strangers would freely bathe together in a nearby lake.
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What was Woodstock really like? This week marks the 50th anniversary of the iconic music festival in Upstate New York. The massive crowd overwhelmed organizers, who were forced to make the event free. Most recently, Woodstock 50 was canceled after months of setbacks, including losing sites at Watkins Glen and Vernon Downs. To celebrate the golden anniversary, we interviewed dozens of original Woodstock attendees to hear their own stories of peace, music, drugs, tragedy and more. And they listened.
A message posted on www. New York State Police have arrested two men in connection with Woodstock-related sex crimes, and police are investigating at least eight other sex crimes that allegedly took place during the three-day festival, including two alleged gang rapes. Some have linked the sex crimes at Woodstock to a testosterone-charged, anti-woman atmosphere at the three-day event. Scher is himself under attack by women's groups, who contend he is responsible for creating an atmosphere that may have led to the sex crimes and the destructive riot that ended the festival. Scher said he had no control over the contents of the website because Woodstock '99 licensed its name to an independent music-marketing company, MusicNow Inc. Rosemary Vennaro, supervisor at the Utica, N. Vennaro was particularly disturbed, she said, by a photo that shows a naked woman, seen only from the waist down, standing among a group of fully clad males. The photo's caption is a single word: "Danger.
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