Webcomic Wednesdays #355, “Egon Forever!” by Andre Lux

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Razorcake Podcast #619 with Thirsty Thursdays Presented By The Dollar Boys

Thirsty Thursdays Presented by The Dollar Boys is a highly unorganized group of individuals who get together to play the best and worst of old and new, punk, hardcore, and god knows what else. Punk podcast. Come for the music, stay for the memories.

Cava Island, a Short Story by John Miskelly

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A political proposal regarding social media influencers in short fiction form.

Webcomic Sundays #354 by Steve Thueson

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Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Pussy Cow

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Pu$$y-Cow’s set ended with Joe on the floor in front of the stage, stripped down to American Flag undies and singing into the mic as streamers were thrown and unraveled around him. Some real party rock’n’roll shit.

Razorcake Podcast #618 with Billups Allen

I lived in D.C. during a fun time. Not a particularly significant era, just a period where clubs and restaurants in Maryland, Virginia, and D.C. had bands sailing the seas of I-495 to play in front of a few punks here and there.

Razorcake Issue #73 from 2013 with The Taxpayers, Social Conflict, Rough Kids, and Monsieur Jeffery Evans

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Climb inside the Florida storage container The Taxpayers lived in to read about the knuckle tattoo genesis of Goof Punx and the band’s origins as a way to pay homage to the Minutemen. They’re a band founded on ethical good times and a Tom Sawyer sense of touring adventure.

Webcomic Wednesdays #353 by Ollie Mikse

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Razorcake Podcast #617 with Kayla Greet – Best of 2018

Better late than never, right? It’s probably a few months into 2019 by the time this comes out, but it’s just after the new year for me. Time travel!

A Eulogy for Maximum Rock’n’roll Print Zine by Will Kenneth

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With the Maximum Rock’n’roll print zine coming to a close, Will looks back on his time as an avid MRR reader and how their DIY ethos left an impact on his life.