August 1997

Inside This Mag: An interview with Bobby Puleo and rad ams Alvarro Ramirez, Jackson Taylor, Alex P Hoffe and Surfer Dan

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Cover: Bobby Puleo – Nosegrind. Photo: Ogden

Also In This Issue: An interview with Wisconsin's finest Dave Mayhew, Aaron Snyder, Tyrone Olson and Pete Lehman and skating in Chicago

Music Articles:
Boot Camp Clik, Coal Chamber and Snapcase

 

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Creature Ad: Chet Childress, Fresh Jive Ad: Chuck Wampler

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Contents 

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Staff, Ben Harper ad, Beer City ad; Jesse Reed

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DC ad: Rick Howard

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SOH ad, Mail Drop, Silverstar: Matt Dove

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Soul Doubt: George Seferovich, Mail drop, Menace ad: Javier Nunez

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