If Allen Ginsberg were alive today, he probably would be busy writing anti-Giuliani polemics and thinking back to the day in 1957 when the courts unbanned his famous 'howl.' But he's dead, and his Levi's jacket, his meditation beads, his Medic-alert bracelet, and other relics of his Lower East Side life are sitting on the fifth floor of a building on the Upper East Side, ready to be auctioned to the highest bidder on Thursday, when Sotheby's presents its Allen Ginsberg and... More >>>