Related Program: The Record The Origins Of American Hipsters By Marcie Sillman & Hannah Burn • Aug 21, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit Justin Martin's book, "Rebel Souls." Listen Listening... / 9:42 Marcie Sillman talks with author Justin Martin about his book, "Rebel Souls: Walt Whitman and America's First Bohemians." Tags: cultureauthor interviewbooksartsTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content How Seattle's Scarecrow Video Is Like A Kung Fu Movie By Joshua McNichols • Aug 20, 2014 Joshua McNichols / KUOW Listen Listening... / 2:33 Video stores are dead, they say. Then how – and WHY – did the Seattle video store Scarecrow Video just raise $100,000 in a Kickstarter campaign? Seattle Arts Institutions Host Rare Sale Of Owl Headpieces And 'Figaro' Cast-Offs By Ross Reynolds & Matthew Streib • Aug 19, 2014 KUOW Photo/Matthew Streib Listen Listening... / 4:16 Ross Reynolds discusses the once-a-decade sale last weekend in which the Seattle Opera, Teatro ZinZanni, Village Theatre, The 5th Avenue Theatre and the Pacific Northwest Ballet gave the public a rare opportunity to buy their elaborate costumes. A Book Pick To Get You As Obsessed With Ants As Sherman Alexie By Arwen Nicks • Aug 19, 2014 KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman Listen Listening... / 5:21 Arwen Nicks gets book recommendations from authors Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter. Alexie has recently become an unofficial ant expert after reading Mark W. Moffett's "Adventures Among Ants," saying that they are the only other species to go to war. Walter's pick is a novel by Jenny Offil called "Dept. of Speculation." Beatlemania: Seattle Style By Marcie Sillman • Aug 20, 2014 Museum of History and Industry/Timothy Eagan Listen Listening... / 9:39 August 21, 1964. That's the day the Beatles came to Seattle for the very first time. The Fab Four played 12 songs — 29 minutes total — at the Seattle Center Coliseum. Despite the concert's brevity, by all accounts the 14,000 fans in attendance went wild.