Peter Stampfel and Betsy Wollheim got their corner loft in Soho because Betsy's dad needed a place to store his books. It was 1978, they'd fallen in love after a many-tiered courtship in which Betsy, as of 1965 a 14-year-old fan of the folk music krazy, abandoned all hope for her amblyopic beau ideal and became fast friends with his inamorata Antonia, author of such works as "So You Want To Be a Bird," "That Belly I Idolize," the never-to-be-recorded "Fucking Sailors in Chinatown," and "Bad Boy,"... More >>>