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'''Dateline Unknown''' is a travel [[zine]] by [[Rick Waldroup]] from Arlington, Texas.  
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'''Dateline Unknown''' is a [[travel zine]] by [[Rick Waldroup]] from Arlington, Texas. U.S.A.
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Rick is a photographer that takes a tape recorder along on his travel assignments. When he finds interesting people he talks them into telling their stories.  
 
Rick is a photographer that takes a tape recorder along on his travel assignments. When he finds interesting people he talks them into telling their stories.  
 
Issue #3, contains a Polka feud story between Texas punk/polka band Brave Combo and Wisconsin's Wilcolac Jan. Plus it contains Rick's own story about a rocky period in his marriage. All this mixed with 35 b/w photos with standouts like the overhead shot of the carnival at night in Van Alstyne, TX. It's a travelogue that's never predictable.  
 
Issue #3, contains a Polka feud story between Texas punk/polka band Brave Combo and Wisconsin's Wilcolac Jan. Plus it contains Rick's own story about a rocky period in his marriage. All this mixed with 35 b/w photos with standouts like the overhead shot of the carnival at night in Van Alstyne, TX. It's a travelogue that's never predictable.  
  
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Latest revision as of 23:17, 29 December 2009

Dateline Unknown is a travel zine by Rick Waldroup from Arlington, Texas. U.S.A.

Rick is a photographer that takes a tape recorder along on his travel assignments. When he finds interesting people he talks them into telling their stories. Issue #3, contains a Polka feud story between Texas punk/polka band Brave Combo and Wisconsin's Wilcolac Jan. Plus it contains Rick's own story about a rocky period in his marriage. All this mixed with 35 b/w photos with standouts like the overhead shot of the carnival at night in Van Alstyne, TX. It's a travelogue that's never predictable.