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Rhythm Chicken California Tour 2013 Photo Essay
Ruckus Returns to L.A!
By Rhythm Chicken

A van crammed full with ten punk rockers and a drumset zig-zagged around L.A., laughing and spreading the word of RUCKUS!

Webcomic Wednesdays #18
Evan Wolff Presents: PUNCHED IN THE FACE
By Evan Wolff

The Gentleman Jackalope
A (Very, Very Short) Life in Soccer
By Ronnie Sullivan

I caught the soccer virus in 2010.

Webcomic Wednesdays #17
Where Marcos needs to head the Razorcake merch department
By Marcos Siref

Featured Video of the Week for March 10th, 2013
Baby J at How Much Art Can You Take? @VLHS
By Candice Tobin


Goin' acoustic with Baby J.

I Got a Gun
By Marcus Solomon

Should we then only pass laws that criminals will follow?

Webcomic Wednesdays #16
Where insecurities are relatable as hell
By Brad Dwyer

How Much Art Can You Take?
VLHS art show, Feb. 23, 2013 photo essay
By Todd Taylor

DIY punk art.

Top 5s from Issue #72
I heart you, all-you-can stomach NY-style pizza.
By Staff

It's not a schooner, it's a sailboat.

Webcomic Wednesdays #15
Where Donna still hates everyone
By Donna Ramone

Rishbha Goes to L.A. Zine Fest
By Guest Contributor

L.A. Zine Fest was deservedly a huge success, thanks
to the wonderful organizers and hard-working volunteers.

Featured Reviews Issue #72, Part II
Cool Mutants, Crackbox, and Rational Animals
By Staff

Songs about resistance in a broken world. Songs about loss and damage and gritty hope. It was the best damned punk record ever made and if there’s anything else about it you want to know, you can fuck off.

Webcomic Wednesdays #14
Where peeing in bodies of water is always okay
By Bill Pinkel

Featured Reviews Issue #72, Part I
Grabass Charlestons and more Grabass Charlestons
By Staff

If meaning still has meaning for you, I highly recommend Dale & the Careeners.

Webcomic Wednesdays #13
Where Alex is the shitty kid we all wish we were
By Alex Barrett

Razorcake Family and Friends Top 10s of 2012
Featuring Toys That Kill, Mean Jeans, Treasure Fleet, Mind Spiders and more
By Staff

We post these in February because, shit man, there may be some righteous stuff coming out in December, 2012.

Gorsky Press Story Podcast Round Five
Featuring Gabe Durham, Justin Maurer, and Rev. Norb
By Staff

Want to hear some short stories, told well?
Look no further. The Gorsky Press Story Podcast.

Wecomic Wednesdays #12
Where Evan is living the dreams we all have
By Evan Wolff

Webcomic Wednesdays #11
Where Mars Bravo makes comics look museum-worthy
By Mars Bravo

Top 5s from Issue #71
Neighborhood Brats made every band look like a bunch of WIMPS.
By Staff

Food boners. Hell, yeah.

Webcomic Wednesdays #10
Where The Ramones are always the best thing
By Bill Pinkel

The Gentleman Jackalope
Knock, Knock—Who’s There?
By Ronnie Sullivan

We were three drunks, roaming with no agenda. Nobody was leading.

Searching for Emma Goldman
Originally appeared in Razorcake #10, 2002
By Sean Carswell

She may be a legend, but she’s become a legend mostly in the sense that a lot of people know of her, but don’t know anything about her.

Webcomic Wednesdays #9
Where the promise of fantasy-adventure seems unappealing
By Steve Thueson

Teenage Alcoholics: Punk Rock in East Los Angeles
Originally ran in Razorcake #3, 2001
By Jimmy Alvarado

This article was born out of sheer frustration.

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