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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.

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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

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