Friday, November 12, 2004

Scram, a journal of unpopular culture

Scram, a journal of unpopular culture has some eclectic material, put together by the editrix, and others. As the caption has it,

SCRAM is a magazine dedicated to rooting out the cashews in the bridge mix of unpopular culture. Since 1992 we have chronicled the neglected, the odd, the nifty and the nuts.

Rod Mckuen's 68th Birthday - notes from the Hollywood Walk of Fame by diehard fans of the singer/songwriter - is a good example of the content.

Well, doll, you really had to be there, but I'll try to convey something of the magic with mere words... we met up at 2pm on Rod's star, directly opposite the Scientology personality test center and in front of a T-shirt and souvenir shop. The first order of business was to deck the star with wild roses, because our birthday boy has made it known that he's strong, but he likes roses. Folks then took turns sharing their favorite pieces of Rod's amd their own poetry, while the sax, guitar, bongo (singular) and Maggot's weird gourd/xylophone combo offered mostly tasteful accompaniment

Hi-horse cover

Some cool links on their site, including, The Catalog of Cool and Hi-Horse Comics

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