Hell & Other Similar Shells

November 16, 2017 GonzoToday 0

by Levi Dunn Concrete steps rose towards the iron-railed concrete platform and into the black metal door draped by a clothed awning labeled with white block letters. “The Backdoor” spelled out against the entrance’s draped black. Long strips of structured stone formed the shell which the small bar resides within. […]

Game Seven: A Giants Fan Stuck in L.A.

November 2, 2017 Kyle K. Mann 0

By Kyle K. Mann   [Note: The following were FaceBook updates intended for Kyle’s FB friend base. Somehow, they have wound up here.] I’m in Monty’s Steak and Seafood in Woodland Hills. That’s in the San Fernando Valley, deep in L.A. Dodger country, embedded in a crowd of Dodgers fans […]

Music | Women Playing Petty

October 6, 2017 David Pratt 0

Songwriting ability is a gift. After a while, you come to realize, “I’ve really been blessed. I can write these things and it makes me happy, and it makes millions of people happy.” It’s an obligation, it’s bigger than you. It’s the only true magic I know. It’s not pulling […]