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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

Yeah, Here Comes the Waterworks - Velvet Revolver R.I.P.
The dissolution of Velvet Revolver has unforeseen repercussions on the OutsideLeft staff.
The Subtle Art of Stealing Boyfriends
From the Moshpit #3: Presidents of the United States of America
Thank You, Top Stars
The first in a series of accidental coincidental playlists... Or do those Apple folks know more than they're telling?
Tramps Like Us, Baby We Were Born to Do Drugs
Just when you thought there were no more songs about drugs to be written, The Hold Steady load a fresh syringe with it.
St Bees, the Disappearing Uncle and his Graffiti friend (Part one)
Julie O returns...
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