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March 8, 2018
Some Punks’ Guide to Fitness By Jennifer Whiteford

Featuring interviews with Hallie Bulleit (Unlovables), Dan Yemin (Paint It Black, Kid Dynamite), and Grant Lawrence (The Smugglers) (Originally titled: Live Slow, Die Old: Punk Rock and Exercise)

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August 10, 2017
Punk Parenthood For The Sleep Deprived, You Literally Can’t Stop the Beat by Jennifer Whiteford

In which I try to always be a better parent than Velma Von Tussle.

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May 16, 2017
Punk Parenthood for the Sleep Deprived, You Can’t Fucking Have It All by Jennifer Whiteford

What happens when a forty-one-year-old mother of two has a potentially hilarious mid-life crisis?

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September 12, 2016
One Canadian Punk’s Guide to the Tragically Hip by Jennifer Whiteford

How the citizens of Canada lost their collective mind over the imminent demise of a band you’ve probably never heard of.

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May 29, 2009
Razorcake Podcast #57: With Jennifer Whiteford

As a bit of a soundtrack to my Razorcake article about punk rockers who exercise, this is a collection of my favorite music to run to.

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May 1, 2009
Razorcake Podcast #53: With Jennifer Whiteford

Ottawa has a bad reputation for being a boring, government town, but I've lived here for over a decade now and the music scene has been pretty steadily awesome.

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August 4, 2016
Razorcake Issue #40 from 2007, Featuring Dan Padilla, DOA, The Manges, Black Time, Love Me Nots, Live Slow, Die Old, Lilly Allen

Highlights include Jennifer Whiteford looking into the connection between punk rock, and good exercise, talking to members of Paint It Black, The Unlovables, and The Smugglers.

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January 30, 2007
Geekin’ Out!: Book Podcasts: Being Read to You and Talked About!

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

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March 27, 2023
Razorcake 133, featuring Litige, Cromi, Pleasure Venom, Target Video, and One Punk’s Guide to Surf Music, Part II

“It’s like glasses that you put on when you’re a kid and you keep them for your whole life. We know we’re not gonna be rich and famous, but we’re not doing it for that.” –Litige

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February 14, 2023
Razorcake #94 from 2016 featuring Warriors, Trap Girl, Gentlemen Prefer Blood

The Warriors are East Los Angeles’s least Chicano, most important, exceedingly groundbreaking, and utmost implausible of unsung hero bands; yet their core, side, and guest members (and punk trainees) read like a biblical “who’s who” list of their more famous posterities hailing from east of the bridges that separate the eastside from the rest of Los Angeles.

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September 6, 2022
Razorcake 129, featuring Edward Colver, Death Ridge Boys, The Linda Lindas and Jawbreaker interview one another, Up the Blunx!, and One Punk’s Guide to the Culture Industry

“I was there at the birth of hardcore and documented that scene... I was two, three, four feet away from all these people.” –Edward Colver

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June 7, 2022
Razorcake #90 from 2016 featuring Martha, Félix Reyes, Pears, Fugue, One’s Punks Guide to Outlaw Country

“The trends may come in waves, consuming the inexperienced, but authenticity was there the whole time. Calm, collected, sitting on the beach with a boombox and a cooler, watching the show.” –Daryl

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