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David Gates and Major Jackson on Beginnings and Endings

DAVID: You begin the first poem in your new collection, Roll Deep, with the words “My midlife journey”—not to brag, but I caught the allusion right away—and in the final poem you speak of planting “winter vegetables in July.” (I’m no gardener, so I don’t know when you’re actually supposed to plant parsnips up here in Zone 1, but I do know that July’s midway toward winter, or maybe a little past.) Not to start off on a grim note—I’m writing this literally in August (figuratively in, what, late October?)—but we both seem to have one ear cocked at time’s winged chariot. 3,272 more words

The Dead Milkmen are Still Dangerous.

Text by Beth Ann Downey. Images by Jared Gruenwald.

A young looking 19-year-old sits in the first row of the upper-floor auditorium in the Central Free Library of Philadelphia, enthralled by… 2,220 more words


Jason Shiga--Empire State: A Love Story (or Not) (2011)

SOUNDTRACK: THE DEAD MILKMEN-“Anderson, Walkman, Buttholes and How!” (1990).

Yesterday’s album could only be followed by this song.  The Dead Milkmen, always willing to mock, wrote this song with that hilarious title.  699 more words

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The 5 Best Places To Meet Someone

Most of the single people I know aren’t looking for someone.  They are wrapped up in their jobs, school, life or they recently got out of a bad relationship and do NOT want anything to do with meeting someone right now.  248 more words


Rock ETC For January 2015

Crayon – Brick Factory – HHBTM

The reprint of the 1994 album (and the only album) by Crayon brings this obscure twee-punk gem back to the forefront of music.  521 more words

We Have A Winner For The Dead Milkmen's RSD Rare YELLOW Vinyl

Congrats to Andrew, who now owns one of only 75 copies of the The Dead Milkmen’s RSD Yellow vinyl ‘Big Lizard in My Backyard.’ We also want to thank Tammy S., who was our official name picker.