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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?

Webcomic Wednesdays #139
Comics of Mass Destruction
By Chris Minetree

Another comic of mass destruction. A webcomic by Chris Minetree.

What do you know about the Selective Service?
How the fuck can we abolish this?
By Cahnie Galletta

In a time of “peace,” has the country forgotten about the draft?
I explore a bit of what it is, how it affects us today, and what people think of it.

Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column - Child Bite

By Julie A. Ferguson

Shawn Knight rips through the ceiling of the Slutman Pavilion
during Child Bite’s set at Gwar B-Q.

Vermin on the Mount and Gorsky Press Proudly Present
Live from Book Show, August 21, 2015
By todd

Readings by Patrick O’Neil, Wendy C. Ortiz, 
Shanna Mahin, Joshua Mohr, Sean H. Doyle, and Jennifer Pashley

Webcomic Wednesdays #138
I Dream Of Zombies
By Kelly O’Grady

Another horrible zombie dream, with a racist. A webcomic by Kelly O'Grady.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column – Pat Bag of The Bags
The Beauty of Punk, Pat Bag
By Louis Jacinto

Looking good, playing good, and creating art that has influenced the kids who have followed; the kids that are still trying to catch up to Pat and the rest of The Bags!

Webcomic Wednesdays #137
Show Diaries
By Lukas Myhan

Snippets from shows are almost like diary entries. A Webcomic by Lukas Myhan.

Featured Record Reviews from Issue #87

By Staff

But despite the long list of unmistakable influences, this band is anything but derivative. They pull off every angle: pensive, plaintive, anthemic, dreamy… it all just works in this many-layered, unpredictable way. This is a special band.
–Indiana Laub, DIVERS: Hello Hello: Cassette

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - L7

By Chris Boarts Larson

L7 and the Lunachicks in NYC.

Webcomic Wednesdays #136
How to Make Yer Own Punk Shirt
By Evan Wolff

An instructional guide to making your own punk shirt. A webcomic by Evan Wolff.

French Exit, a Short Story
A portrait of a social saboteur
By John Miskelly

A portrait of a social saboteur.

Top 5s from Issue #87
Looking for something new? Start here.
By Staff

Watching tourists get attacked by seagulls (who are obviously super punk)
at Fisherman’s Wharf.


Gabby Gonzalez Photo Column - Dirt Dress
Sweat, blood, and beer.
By Guest Contributor

The end of a nine-year run; now on to the next.

Webcomic Wednesdays #135
Calling All Rebels #2
By Cathy Hannah

The personal history and change when becoming an anarchist, part two. A webcomic by Cathy Hannah.

Punk Parenthood For The Sleep Deprived VIII
Kids Do Follow
By jennifer

How Ottawa Explosion became a truly all-ages experience.
Also, what it’s like to be a punk parent in small town Canada.

Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column - PEARS

By Guest Contributor

These boots were made for stomping: Zach Quinn performs at the 2015 Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a weekend of PEARS.

Webcomic Wednesday #134
If I Wrote For Archie
By Kelly O’Grady

A better Archie digest for the rest of us. A webcomic by Kelly O'Grady.

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