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Punklightenment: Stray Humans
Marcus Solomon's Second Column
By Guest Contributor

Hell, if you can take a moment to pick someone off the floor in the slam pit, you can also take a moment to lift the spirits of someone who is on the street.

Issue #39 Top 5s
Jerry Falwell's death is on there!
By Staff

Uh... we spaced on posting #38's top 5s on time so here's 39's early.

Issue #38 Top 5s
Are you a virgin? (She meant to say vegetarian)
By Staff

From Kurt Vonnegut to the Weather Underground...

You Can Only Avoid Complaining For So Long
Bryan Static’s Fourth Column
By Guest Contributor

We were given name tags, a bow tie, and the tour.


So a College Professor Walks into a Punk Show…
Constantine Koutsoutis' First Column
By Guest Contributor

It drives a poor, tortured, and totally caffeine-strung out soul like mine to think that perhaps there is no chance for a punk like me to find balance between the music, the message, and the marks on the paper.

Not Going to the Show
MP Johnson's Fourteenth Column
By MP Johnson

Looking up, I saw a big bat fluttering around just a few feet above us. I hoped it was giving a signal to the nocturnal world for shit to get interesting.

By Marcus Solomon
By Guest Contributor

Punk opened up an entire new world that reintroduced me to myself and helped me regain my temporarily assassinated self-esteem.

Operation: Restore Maximum Freedom V
June 2, 2007 at the Plainfield Station
By Daryl Gussin

Containing a roster of bands that greatly vary in musical styles O:RMF is a celebration of diversity as well as the strength of independent music.

My Vacation With The Shemps
Riding along on the Shemps/I Farm “We Play Darts” Midwest Tour ‘07
By Joe Evans III

I realize there’s some irony in trying to relax by going on tour with a band whose members have managed to provoke people into dumping garbage cans on them, not to mention grabbing my crotch (and hard) while seeing them live, but I figured at least, if nothing, it wouldn’t be boring.

The People Upstairs
MP Johnson's Thirteenth Column
By MP Johnson

Highlights of which included the father having long, drawn-out screaming matches with his young daughter about how he is better at video games than her.

Bryan Static's Third Column
Top 5 Stupidest Things That Have Landed Him in the Hot Seat
By Guest Contributor

And here’s the part where we find out god hates me.

The FBI Report On the Murder of Emmett Till
Update 2007
By Chris Pepus

On March 30, the Federal Bureau of Investigation publicly released its 2006 report on the Emmett Till case.

Fix My Brain
Bryan Static's 2nd Column
By Guest Contributor

And here my memory gets a little fuzzy.

Fun in China
MP Johnson's Twelfth Column
By MP Johnson

I felt like having an adventure, so when she asked if I would like to join her for a “beer milk juice,” as she phrased it, I told her I would.

Top 5s From Issue #37
The Unabridged Version
By Staff

The Razorcake staff has fun with numbers.

Goddamn Job
The First Column By Bryan Static
By Guest Contributor


Johnny Carson, Jack Benny, and Bugs Bunny All Made Fun of It
Doctor Strange's Fourth Column
By Doctor Strange

I left the protest feeling saddened and proud of our country all at the same time.

Brian Mosher's Monthly Column #16
This Started Out To Be a Record Review
By brian

Maybe this whole column is just one long rambling cry for help.

Emmett Till Case Update
Mississippi Grand Jury Refuses To Indict
By Chris Pepus

It would be easier to dismiss such concerns if not for indications that a climate of fear still reigns in that part of rural Mississippi.

Musical Embarrassments
MP Johnson's Eleventh Column
By MP Johnson

The soundtrack to my first crowd surfing adventure: Linda Perry, former lead singer of 4 Non-Blondes.

Joel Q. Punk’s 11th Annual Birthday
At 924 Gilman St., 1/27/06
By Daryl Gussin

Watching them play those songs live is like watching the living dead rise to life and dismember an entire troop of boy scouts.

Brian Mosher's Monthly Column #15
Live review of The Bee's Knees, Thinner, Husk, and Brilliant
By brian

You need to realize that my Dad is seventy-five years old. He’s a healthy seventy-five, but still… seventy-five.

Punk and Billy Bash #20, November 3-4, 2006
By Livy Star
By Guest Contributor

As intriguing as the fluffy leopard printed pants were, I decided to hide out in the backstage during their set

Geekin’ Out!
Book Podcasts: Being Read to You and Talked About!
By Staff

Todd Taylor reads Shirley Wins and Jennifer Whiteford talks about Grrrl, A Novel.

Top Tens of 2006
Wow! Lots of People Answered!
By Staff

Looking for great new music? Scroll through this. Find someone you like, and bingo, new favorite band is just waiting for you.

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