You can check out the digital version of the mag here. Find print copies of the mag around the region soon.
Here is the table of contents from the NON-MUSIC ISSUE:
COVER STORY: The guys from Southwork live in a bus when they’re on the road. A school bus. With only one bed.
COVER STORY: Yusuf “Yuie” Muhammad went from being the guy on stage taking pictures to the guy booking some of the biggest hip-hop and R&B shows in Philly.
COVER STORY: Klint Kanopka, the bass player from Reign Supreme, is a high school physics teacher.
COVER STORY: Dan Yemin, the front man for Paint It Black, is also a psychologist.
Music & Politics: Congressman Chaka Fattah knows that learning to play music is a key to developing critical thinking.
This Place Rocks: Marshall James Kavanaugh is fostering community with his Dream Oven. Also, Goldilocks Gallery is reinventing itself.
Music & Education: Drummers work their asses off at shows (and practices). That might make their lives better.
Modern Bropar: Mattitude hangs with the guys from the pro-wrestling themed hardcore crew, Eat The Turnbuckle.
Food That Rocks: Beau Monde serves delicious crêpes downstairs and good times upstairs at L’Etage. Plus, we present five other places near South Street to eat before or after a show.
Unusual Approach: Kurt Hunte talks about art and life with Ben Woodward, co-founder of Space 1026, the creative community/gallery/studio/party spot in Chinatown.
Publisher’s Note: Go beyond your comfort zone. Experience things beyond your world.