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Creepy Ephemera #6: The Red Ghost of Arizona
A webcolumn about the weird
By Donna Ramone


Weird history accurately researched and humorously presented.
This month’s topic: A real-life ghost story about a devil riding on the back
of a great red beast, out to murder the innocent of the American Old
West.




Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column - Beach Slang

By Julie A. Ferguson



Beach Slang go Gilligan’s Island for Halloween at Fest 13.



War and the American Elite
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By Chris Pepus

Chris Pepus illustrates the American news conglomerate’s distance from the reality of war—or rather, a proximity to the war-profiteering class of their fathers and their friends.




Webcomic Wednesdays #145
For the Record: Part 1
By Kelly O’Grady


The terrible slippery-slope of becoming a record collector. A webcomic by Kelly O'Grady.



Featured DVD Review from Issue #88
It’s Gonna Blow: San Diego’s Music Underground 1986-1986
By Staff



It’s Gonna Blow, directed by San Diego documentarian Bill Perrine, is a an exceptionally entertaining and insightful look back on the San Diego music scene of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, when San Diego was coming into its own and touted as being
“the next Seattle” by much of the music press.



Patrick Houdek Photo Column - Drilling For Blasting

By Patrick Houdek


How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Two-Piece Bands



Webcomic Wednesdays #144
Themz Were the Dayz
By Rick V


The nostalgia of being young and getting new records. A webcomic by Rick V.



Meztli Hernandez Photo Column – Vexx

By Meztli Hernandez


Straight outta Olympia, Vexx brings riot grrrl back to life.



Punk Parenthood For The Sleep Deprived IX
I Don’t Wanna Grow Up
By jennifer



Babysitters, Doc Martens, safety gates, underpants,
air guitar, and the obligatory Rob Seaton reference.



Webcomic Wednesdays #143
Skull Quest, Day 2: Part 2
By Em DeMarco


A multi-part webcomic, detailing one journalist's journey into the stormy eye of a punk fest. Comic by Em DeMarco.




Unscene
Who is going to the show tonight?
By Nighthawk



Back in June I went to see Raw Power by myself. Two days earlier I went to see Sloppy Seconds by myself. I’m used to it. I had to work at 7:00 a.m. the next morning, but whatever—when a band from Italy that was formed in 1981 comes to town,
you fucking go!



Featured Record Reviews from Issue #88

By Staff

All at once, Downtown Boys sound like punk’s past by being youthful, aggressive, and minimal, but are simultaneously forward-thinking, conceptualizing a future where punks live the things they say and strive for the inclusiveness of all people. - Sean Arenas reviews Downtown Boys: Full Communism: LP




Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - DIRT

By Chris Boarts Larson


Anarcho punk legends: DIRT



Hopscotch 2015 - By Rachel Bridges
The Best Festival You’ve Never Heard Of
By Guest Contributor

North Carolina’s music scene has a lot more to it than you might think.
I went to Hopscotch Music Festival in Raleigh
and found out just what North Carolina has to offer. 




Webcomic Wednesdays #142
Skull Quest, Day 2: Part 1
By Em DeMarco


A multi-part webcomic, detailing one journalist's journey into the stormy eye of a punk fest. Comic by Em DeMarco.




Top 5s from Issue #88

By Staff



Featuring Radioactivity, Hex Dispensers, Nervosas, Tenement,
Generacion Suicida, Royal Headache, and many more.




Gabby Gonzalez Photo Column - Bombón
These ladies will kick your ass. Bombón por vida!
By Gabby Gonzalez



Bombón declared a dance off for the ladies in the audience and
whoever could boogie down something fierce got a tape from the band. 



Webcomic Wednesdays #141
Skull Quest, Day 1: Part 2
By Em DeMarco


A multi-part webcomic, detailing one journalist's journey into the stormy eye of a punk fest. Comic by Em DeMarco.




Travis Fristoe, In Memoriam
Parallel Lives
By todd


On Friday, Aug. 7, 2015 Travis Fristoe took his life. 
Travis was a fellow traveler, on a path with few footsteps.




Expand Civil Rights to Include Social Class
PDF and full text
By Chris Pepus


Chris Pepus makes an argument for the expansion of civil rights laws to include a concept that plagues our society—our justice system, our financial system, our educational system: social class.



Meztli Hernandez Photo Column – Downtown Boys, Victoria Ruiz and Priests, Katie
Punk ladies are here to fuck up gender stereotypes.
By Meztli Hernandez



Best believe the ladies of Berserktown made their presence heard. 
Downtown Boys smashed the patriarchy with their saxophone punk party.



Webcomic Wednesdays #140
Skull Quest, Day 1: Part 1
By Em DeMarco


A multi-part webcomic, detailing one journalist's journey into the stormy eye of a punk fest. Comic by Em DeMarco.



The Rose Bowl
A Short Story
By John Miskelly

Love in the age of urethane.




Patrick Houdek Photo Column – NOFX

By Patrick Houdek

30 Years Later…




Boredom And Velocity
Sky Jail
By J.V. McDonough

Air travel: The miracle of flight? Or a real pain in the ass?




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