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Ameena Matthews fights the violence around her with love and peace

Ameena Matthews, the subject of the Emmy Award-winning documentary, “The Interrupters,” joins Justin at the Big Table to talk about how her upbringing on Chicago’s south side gave her the strength to fight against the violence and homicide rate in Chicago. 7 more words

The Download

IT'S NOT DEAD Fest Announced (October 10 in San Bernadino, CA)

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Bad Religion

Descendents

NOFX

Pennywise

The Vandals

7 Seconds

Anti-Flag

Bouncing Souls

Strung Out

Fishbone

Reel Big Fish

Goldfinger

Less Than Jake

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Punk

The Interrupters laid it down at Musink 2015

The Interrupters
8th annual Musink Festival
at the Orange County Fair & Exposition Center
Friday, March 20, 2015

Los Angeles punk band The Interrupters opened the MusInk stage, unleashing three great days of high-energy music and tattoo culture upon Orange County. 261 more words

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The Interrupters | Sick of it All | Rancid Tonight 03/20/2015

Tonight at Musink Festival
The Orange County Fair & Exposition Center is located at:
88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626.

Doors: 3:00 pm
Tattoo Contest: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
First Band: 6:30 pm



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One the One Hand, On the Other Hand: Do We Want One-Armed Social Scientists?

Fed up with hearing his economic advisers tell him, “One the one hand. . . But on the other hand,” legend has it that President Harry Truman declared, “What I want is a one-armed economist.” 966 more words

Firearms

"I'd Start a Revolution (If I Could Get Up in the Morning)"

If you frequent this blog, you know that I am a big fan of singer/songwriter Aimee Allen. Allen is currently kicking it with Los Angeles-based ska/punk band… 1,107 more words

Grrrls & Guitars

Interview: "It should be worth more than that" - Roger Ebert doc filmmaker Steve James speaks out

“I think that really does a huge disservice to film criticism and to film…. It should be worth more than that”

In 1994, when filmmaker Steve James was merely 29 years of age, he made the acclaimed documentary  2,598 more words

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