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The Lynching of Emmett Till
An Interview with filmmaker Keith Beauchamp - PDF ebook and full text
By Chris Pepus

In August 1955, a fourteen-year-old black teenager was brutally murdered in Mississippi. Only two suspects were brought on charges, against a jury of their all-white, all-male peers.

Webcomic Wednesdays #149
Maybe a Little Bit of Both?
By Lukas Myhan

When you discover you have a super power. A comic by Lukas Myhan.

In Plain Sight

By John Miskelly

Sex. Lust. Pepsi. Ice Cream.

Gabby Gonzalez Photo Column – Miles Cooper Seaton

By Gabby Gonzalez

He who has saved us! Noisy, salty, heartless punk is what I call it. 

We Came! We Saw! We Fested! - Fest 2015
A Photo Essay by Julie A. Ferguson
By Julie A. Ferguson

What do over three hundred bands, Halloween,
Gainesville, Florida and Pabst Blue Ribbon all have in common? The Fest 14! 

Webcomic Wednesdays #148
Lil Marxists
By Brad Beshaw

If the Peanuts were Marxists, those monologues would really change. A comic by Brad Beshaw.

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - After The Bombs

By Chris Boarts Larson

Pointless Fest in Philly was the ultimate birthday party.

Webcomic Wednesdays #147
Cat Noises
By Ollie Mikse

What the hell are cats doing all night that's so damned noisy? A webcomic by Ollie Mikse.

Magie Étrange
Escaping America and Getting Lost in Paris
By Matt Werts

In the middle of a desolate upstate New York winter, I flew to Paris to celebrate
my mom’s birthday. I had one week to wander aimlessly, look at art, sit at cafes,
and hopefully meet and marry Françoise Hardy.

An Interview with Soul Side’s Bobby Sullivan
Putting the Soul in Punk
By David Ensminger

In a time when punk was poised to become a mere shell of its own making, no more than a hollow template for wanna-be hardcore heroes, Soul Side challenged the whole pretense. Soul Side tripped the body electric on punk-funk hybrids tucked into sizzling, experimental excursions. At the helm, impassioned Bobby Sullivan sang like Bob Marley rewired for the post-hardcore generation.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column - Gerardo Velasquez
My First Los Angeles friend
By Louis Jacinto

I was really lucky that my first friend in Los Angeles was Gerardo Velasquez.

Webcomic Wednesdays #146
For the Record: Part 2
By Kelly O’Grady

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

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

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.

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

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