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  • INTERVIEWS / FEATURES 
    ISSUE 27 & 28 

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    Disciple

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    4 Worst Jobs In Philly

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    We Hardly Knew Ye...

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    Smoke Or Fire

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    ISSUE 26 

    Alexisonfire

    An Albatross

    Anti-Industry.com

    Autopilot Off

    Bus Driver

    Weakerthans

    Jinxed Clothing

    Seven Inches of Pleasure

    Top Records of 2004

    ISSUE 25 

    Denali

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    Innocent Words

    MixMaster Mike

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    ISSUE 24  

    Black Cross

    Brand New

    Kill Me Tomorrow

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    ISSUE 23  

    The Commercials

    Don't Look Down

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    ISSUE 22  
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    Glassjaw Ataris
    Strike Anywhere Sparta
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    "I think it’s weird because throughout our history, we have been presented with options and never said no. It has taken us to where we are now. I hope we continue to live that way, its cake. We made decisions and took risks; it worked out to be the best for us. There were a lot of decisions we made that seemed to be bad, but they turned out to be the best. I guess just ride the wave.�

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    School Stories: Punk Rock Detention Hall
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    Charlie, Willy, and the Factory: Just a Story, Or a Way of Life?
    Articles and Interviews By: Becki Carr, Lansie Sylvia, Justin Luczejko, and Elysa Stein.

    Imagine entering a factory where, just behind the entrance, there lays trippy tunnels, television portals, and chocolate streams. You may watch the classic film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and wonder, “Uppers? Downers? Hallucinogens? What the hell is Willy on and where can I get some?” Now that we’re a little older and a little less wise, we think of the movie quite differently. With the ability to scrutinize and dissect anything and everything, we now look at this cinematic study analytically. What was the cultural significance of this movie at the time it was made? Is Willy Wonka pure entertainment, a visually stimulating flick to amuse little kids and drug-addled young adults, or is a deeper meaning hidden somewhere within those candy-coated walls?



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