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Punk Planet

Location

4229 N Honore
60613 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
magazine, Punk Planet
Date: 
May/June 2005
Edition: 
Volume: 
May and June 2005
Issue: 
67
Abstract: 
This issue picks up where the previous two left off, by documenting some of the best artists and designers in the underground. But this issue also pushes into new areas as well, covering fashion design, tattoo art, mapmaking, and even someone who uses love as an art form. It's an eclectic mix full of amazing things to look at-and interesting stories to read.
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English
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Hyperlink Magazine Issue No. 1

Catalog Number: 
magazine, Hyperlink
Date: 
June 2017
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
1
Abstract: 
Quarterly magazine published in Columbus, OH covering commerce, tech, politics, and branding. "In 2017, a hyperlink represents so much more than its technical definition. It is quite possibly the best way to describe the instant connection and engagement we have with brands, information, knowledge, new experiences, and, ultimately, each other. Hyperlink is a new magazine for brands looking to connect with an audience, to create authentic bonds with casual shoppers who will eventually become loyal fans. It is a magazine for consumers who think critically about where and why and how they spend their money and, more importantly, their attention. Welcome to Hyperlink magazine, a starting place for conversations about the culture of commerce and connected engagement." - <https://www.winningedits.com/hyperlink/>
Language: 
English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
2572-8342
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hyperlinkmag.com

Book Your Own Fuckin' Life

Catalog Number: 
Magazine, Book Your Own Fuckin' Life
Date: 
1994
Edition: 
1994
Volume: 
Issue: 
3
Abstract: 
From https://theindustryobserver.thebrag.com/book-your-own-fucking-life-the-pre-internet-guide-that-connected-the-indie-scene/ -: " the pre-internet guide that connected the indie scene...Maximum Rock N Roll helped pull together all these threads into a 1992 guide named Book Your Fucking Life – and it changed the entire musical world. The magazine’s manifesto is laid out at the beginning of the guide, and points towards the kind of social networking that now runs rampant. Back then it seemed innocent and filled with possibilities. The burgeoning “DIY movement” is described as vibrant. This guide is filled with hope. “Over these past years the DIY movement has grown at an unprecedented rate, in some cases fueled by profit-making trends, but for the most part on a real grass-roots level. The national and international communication within the DIY movement is what has kept it strong over the years. Through the efforts of certain individual and fanzines, people have been able to make concrete connections between people of similar interests and have created an entire underground economy based on the spreading of our own living culture and ideal. Bands have been able to promote themselves, book tours, put out records without bowing down to the corporate music industry. That is the essence of DIY. People helping other people without an eye for profit, only for creating a better world and having some fun. Networking has played a major role in making all this happen. That is why we present “Book Your Own Fucking Life” for just this tool.' Listings are by city, state, and country and were crowdsourced.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Transfer found from May 3 (1994) - punched, paper, stores between 65-66
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Chicago Art Deco Society (Fall 01, Winter 2002)

Location

60204-1116 Evanston
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
magazine, Chicago Art Deco Society Magazine Fall 01 Winter 2002
Date: 
Winter 2002
Edition: 
Fall 01, Winter 2002
Volume: 
Issue: 
Abstract: 
Magazine publication highlighting happenings and all content related to Art Deco architecture. Magazine is produced by the Chicago Art Deco Society located in Evanston IL.
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Reimagining the Industrial West Side

Location

700 N. Kildare Ave.
60651 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Magazine, Reimagining the West Side
Date: 
2017
Edition: 
Volume: 
20
Issue: 
Abstract: 
CityBureau journalists investigate the former site of the Northwest Incinerator, interviewing residents, community organizers, and environmental activists. The issue also serves to document a community event that was held June 8, 2017, where locals learned about the investigation and broke up into groups to discuss their neighborhoods.
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English
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In These Times

MAKE: Literary Magazine

Location

2822 W Dickens Avenue
60647 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Magazine, MAKE
Date: 
Winter 2015 - 2016
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
#16 Archive The Value of What's Forgotten
Abstract: 
Inside MAKE #16, “ARCHIVE,” you will find stories, poems, essays, conversations and visual art oriented around concepts of memory, preservation, photo negatives and negative hands, disappearing/reappearing faces, letters sent and never received, lost and recovered traces; in short, the archive (or its simulacrum). One is reminded of Jacques Derrida’s “Archive Fever”: “The concept of the archive shelters in itself, of course, this memory of the name arkhe [rule, government, beginning, origin, first place]. But it also shelters itself from this memory which it shelters: which comes down to saying also that it forgets it.” Archives are assembled to remember a first place, an origin site that houses historical codes and modes of order, but they are also, weirdly, selective mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion that strategically forget, reassemble or reorder the objects of memory. An archive remembers inasmuch as it forgets, stores away (for later), blurs, and obscures. The archive you will encounter in these pages is one that plays with these notions, and we hope you will enjoy it.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract from http://www.makemag.com/make-16-archive/
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9110845194

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