Comics 

COMMUTE OF THE LIVING DEAD: I SCREAM

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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

Comics 

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

BluntTruth

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

Beer 

HONEST PINT: WEISSE CITY

HONESTPINT

Here in New England, where the Berliner Weisse finds its vital signs improving, the popularity is peaking just in time for the sweltering days of summer, when the only respite comes from a beverage that’s immensely sour as it’s refreshing. Continue reading

Music 

INTERVIEW: DRENGE

Photo by Devin Ainslee

“We’d book ourselves gigs and then our parents would find out and say, ‘You’re not allowed to go do that.’ So we would leave the house at different times, go to the gig, and come back at separate times and pretend we didn’t do anything together…” Continue reading