Fans of Kerouac's “On the Road” know White as the character “Tim Gray,” but White left his real mark on Denver with his architecture and preservation work.
A new documentary looks beyond the myth of the larger-than-life hustler who inspired Jack Kerouac’s groundbreaking novel "On the Road."
Long before he was Jack Kerouac's muse for "On The Road," and "Cowboy Neal" to the Grateful Dead, Neal Cassady grew up dirt poor in pre-World War II Denver.
Jack Kerouac typed his most famous work, On the Road, on one long scroll. He did it so he wouldn't lose steam by changing paper.