Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Nausea, “Squat the Lot” 9th Street Lot NYC, June 16,1990

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Nausea, “Squat the Lot” 9th Street Lot NYC, June 16,1990

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Nausea, “Squat the Lot” 9th Street Lot NYC, June 16,1990 (click for full size) The Lower East Side of NYC was a forgotten place with abandoned buildings, empty lots, broken-up sidewalks, burned-up cars, and punk shows in squats. Past Tompkins Square Park between Avenue C and D on 9th Street, there

Razorcake Podcast #548 with Mike Fournier

Visits from friends rule, and so do summer tours and new records.

Razorcake #65 from 2011, featuring Gateway District, James Arthur, Street Eaters, One Punk’s Guide to Professional Soccer, Book Publishing, and Corporate Ideology, and Geddy Lee of Rush

Razorcake #65

Razorcake’s 10 Year Anniversary Issue 2001-2011

Webcomic Wednesdays #278 by Elly Dallas

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Webcomic Wednesdays #278 by Benny Hope

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Razorcake Podcast #547 with Thirsty Thursdays Presented By The Dollar Boys

Free and ad-free punk podcast for punks who like punk music, etc.

How Incident at Oglala Turned Me into a Political By James Rosario

The trial and conviction of Leonard Peltier was separated from my birth by just a few months, and just a few miles—and I had no idea. Filmmaker Michael Apted’s documentary film, Incident at Oglala, would serve as an eye opener, exposing me to a world of radical politics, movements, and organizations I was previously unaware of. It also showed me that cinema could be a force for change.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column, Tomata du Plenty, The Screamers

Louis Jacinto Photo Column, Tomata du Plenty, The Screamers

This year Tomata du Plenty, front man for the iconic punk band The Screamers, would have turned seventy. Wow! It’s one thing for me to see the musicians who I followed every move when I was a kid grow old, but now to see my contemporaries age too?

Razorcake Podcast #546 with CJ Miller

Kiss your friends. Hold their hands. Tell them you love them.

Webcomic Wednesdays #277 by Clay Doran

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