GT Interviews Poet and Publisher Josh Gaines

Interview Saira Viola, Portrait by Joey Feldman, Book cover art courtesy of Josh Gaines and Thoughtcrime Press Josh Gaines - Poet, Publisher, Editor, Provocateur, and Founder and Captain of ThoughtCrime Press
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GT Interviews Poet and  Publisher Josh Gaines

Doors Defender: John Densmore

(Editor’s Note: The following is an encore presentation, originally posted in Gonzo Today on June 16, 2017, in recognition of the Doors, represented in person by John Densmore, being honored
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Doors Defender: John Densmore

The Doors Triumphant

by Kyle K. Mann Part One As a member of a dwindling tribe of rock fans who beheld the Doors in concert, I get this a lot. “You actually SAW the Doors?” “Yep,
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The Doors Triumphant

OK, I Admit It Looks Bad

By Kyle K. Mann It happens to be New Year’s Eve as I write, but it doesn’t matter what year. We got through it, and naively hope the next one will
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OK, I Admit It Looks Bad

My Encounter with Hunter

by Kyle K. Mann You have to realize that the late 1970's were a time so different from our current benighted era as to be incomprehensible, even to those who lived
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My Encounter with Hunter

INTERVIEW | Getting Gritty With Seth Ferranti – From selling acid to prison to graphic novels & more

  Ferranti portrait by Joey Feldman photos courtesy Seth Ferranti Seth Ferranti - sharp-talking, hard-working, lovable bad boy, convicted crime kingpin turned media mogul-in-training - appears to be omnipresent. After sitting on the
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INTERVIEW | Getting Gritty With Seth Ferranti – From selling acid to prison to graphic novels & more

 

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 […]

Who Put the Demon In Dopamine?

October 6, 2017 Dr. Ash Tree Gonzo 0

When one’s to take an epidemiological approach to a socially impacted public health problem, the progress of such steps towards complete eradication often start ridiculously and inefficiently with that four letter word, the stigma. Indeed, much time is wasted in even discerning the value of the affected population in the […]

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 […]