Music 

REVIEW + FOTOBOM: DAY TWO OF NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL

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John C. Reilly kills with comedy, Benjamin Booker rocks the fuck out, Houndmouth share their loving cup, Kurt Vile gets blissed out, and Jack White puts on a display of raw shredding. Continue reading

Comics 

WHAT’S FOR BREAKFAST? STELLA

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www.pattkelley.com

Own this original strip (watercolor and ink painting)
Comes with the book WFB The First Forty, only $25/shipping included. Buy it HERE

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COMMUTE OF THE LIVING DEAD: I SCREAM

Hey you! Don’t watch that, watch this! Show us you love us, and like “Commute of the Living Dead” on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/CommuteOfTheLivingDead Also, you can pick up “Commute of the Living Dead: Volume 3″ and other zombie comics on ETSY at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/skasundheit

Hey you! Don’t watch that, watch this! Show us you love us, and like “Commute of the Living Dead” on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/CommuteOfTheLivingDead
Also, you can pick up “Commute of the Living Dead: Volume 3″ and other zombie comics on ETSY at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/skasundheit

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LIFE ON THE LEFT BANK: MASS. WEEDS OUT GREENEWAY

Peter Paul Payack, LIFE ON THE LEFT BANK: Mass. Weeds Out Greeneway

With a name like Greene, how could you not trust John when it comes to selling weed? Learn more about this story here.

You can shoot me cartoon ideas by email (peterpaulpayack@yahoo.com) or by tweet (@PPPayack). Visit peterpaulpayack.com to see more work!

Music 

REVIEW + FOTOBOM: DAY ONE OF NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL

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Reignwolf impresses, Brown Bird’s David Lamb is remembered, Band of Horses nails it, and Ryan Adams goes through the motions. Continue reading

News 

BLUNT TRUTH BIZ PROFILE: HEALTHY HEADIE LIFESTYLE

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These days, the couple may sell vaporizers through their site and through consultations, but it’s still a labor of love. As Holly reminds me, they “mostly offer free consults with an occasional generous donation.” Adds Steve: “I was painting a house earlier today.” Continue reading