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Bobby Jameson Quotes - It’s no secret that TEENAGE NEWS loves Bobby Jameson. He stars in both Issue#1 and Issue#2. Bobby Jameson will always be TEENAGE NEWS. 
Dead In Your Head: an Interview with Jennifer Clavin - The following excerpt appeared in full in Issue#2 of TEENAGE NEWS. Issue#2 is almost sold out; buy it before you regret its high investment potential. Bleached is from LA and they play the Bay Area all the time. But The Bay Area shouldn’t feel too special because Bleached is always on the road playing everywhere.  Keep…
Mia Frightwig Makes Art-Damaged-Rock - What is happening in San Francisco right now might be a snapshot of what is happening in America. The tech money that has come in here, and the way that San Francisco is handling it, is screwing a lot of poor people really hard and in a really bad way. It is ruining people’s lives.…
I Went Out For A Pack Of Cigarettes And Never Came Back: Penny Arcade Speaks - Penny Arcade sprung out of New York City’s “Playhouse of the Ridiculous,” which had close ties to her mentor Jaimie Andrews and the director John Vaccaro. Andy Warhol was impressed by her high energy and quick whit, and casted her in Paul Morrissey’s “Women In Revolt.” Recently, Penny has toured the world twice for her production “BITCH!DYKE!FAGHAG!WHORE!,” and creates art…
LAST DAY OF PUNK IN SAN FRANCISCO SATURDAY 9/26 - If you are outta control, here is your Final Warning for Salvation. This past week has been the San Francisco Punk Renaissance Festival (with a lectures at the San Francisco Library, an Art Show & Multimedia Mega-Party at Public Works, and last night’s insane concert at the Minna Gallery). If you weren’t at the Minna Gallery last night you missed…
FRIGHTWIG ARE THE TRUE PIONEERS - Last night TEENAGE NEWS caught Frightwig at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. It was a perfect show that no true “Punk” shoulda missed. Frightwig are original gangsters, the true pioneers behind the Riot Grrrl Movement. Their debut album “Cat Farm Faboo” gives Punk a knockout punch and establishes Girl-Art. TEENAGE NEWS doesn’t give half a…
Bambi Lake is Back and Better Than Ever!! - Bambi Lake is the performance artist that reestablishes your faith in Art. She extends her stage presence into her everyday life. She will change your life because she uses knowledge from the past to be combative in the future. Bambi Lake is unsinkable and immortal. Watch out world because she is coming back strong.
PUNK HAPPENS AGAIN IN SAN FRANCISCO at the 2015 Punk Renaissance Festival - 40th Anniversary Punk Festival Takes Over San Francisco In September In 1975 Punk took over San Francisco.  Punk hit San Francisco before it hit Los Angeles, and even though their music scenes are often lumped together their differences are vast.  The new music genre created a scene that gave alternative culture a previously unseen visibility.…
Punk Elegies: An Interview with Allan MacDonnell - Allan MacDonell got his start writing for Slash Magazine. Slash was one of the first Punk zines, and its wide distribution gave Punk a previously unheard of visibility. Allan’s first book Prisoner of X: 20 Years in the Hole at Hustler Magazine is critically acclaimed, and Rolling Stone Magazine has called his most recent memoir, Punk Elegies,“Luridly entertaining.”  Punk Elegies is an honest glimpse…
Arthur Brown Still Sets Trends and Paves The Way For The Future - Since 1968 Arthur Brown has simultaneously confused, impressed, educated and shocked the world with his highly original performance art that extends untouchable concepts into the masses’ hands. He made the first performance art album, he was one of the first performance artists to tour internationally, and he was first to utilize several cutting edge technologies…

 

 

 

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