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J. Charreaux

J. Charreaux has worked as a dishwasher, bartender, substitute teacher and rock journalist--even being flown out to interview KFMDM once. He dreams of one day owning an mp3 phone with GPS and having the means to purchase an in-person tutorial.

contributions

Free After More Than 15 Years 07.03.2008
LACMA Turns On 03.03.2008
Gift Book of the Year: Design Flaws of the Human Condition by Paul Schmidtberger 12.19.2007
Highway 69 Reissued: Led Zeppelin - Mothership 2CD compilation plus DVD 12.09.2007
Tesco's Take Over 11.12.2007
Todd Haynes: I'm Not There (Yet) 10.08.2007
Suggested Summer Reading: Lethem's Latest? 07.02.2007

Wilder and Wilder
Nashville's Wild Ponies live at the Kitchen Garden Cafe
Laughing All the Way to the Banksy?
Banksy, London's artful prankster, screenprints some Tesco Soupcans and then Joe Ambrose gets an email
Friday Night's Alright for Fighting...
Shane O'Reilly, as Elton would have said in 1975, gets a little action in
An iPhone in Paris
You couldn't expect this mainly made on a mac mag to just ignore the iPhone, particularly as it's fashionable all over again thanks to the jailbird Paris' imprimatur
Behind the Counterculture #36: Paul Weller
Long admired for his hair, one-time member of pop-punk band, the Jam, swings by the store
Claremont Road #2 - Sued For Slush
Ever Fallen In Love, In Love With Someone, Ever Fallen In Love, In Love with Someone You Should've Fallen in Love With? Paul H's insights into squatting in East London take a romantic turn
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