Donut Frenzy

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"Donut Frenzy" was a donut zine published by [[Andy Upright]], writing under the pen name "Rusty Arbeit." Upright was co-owner of [[Motor Oil Industrial Coffee]], a short-lived coffee shop with an extensive zine library. The cafe served donuts on Fridays.
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'''Donut Frenzy''' was a donut zine published by [[Andy Upright]], writing under the pen name "Rusty Arbeit." Upright was co-owner of [[Motor Oil Industrial Coffee]], a short-lived coffee shop with an extensive zine library. The cafe served donuts on Fridays.
The cover of Donut Frenzy #3 was printed on a letterpress at St. Paul's Two-stroke Studios.  
The cover of Donut Frenzy #3 was printed on a letterpress at St. Paul's Two-stroke Studios.  
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Minnesota Zines]] [[Category:1990's publications]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Minnesota Zines]] [[Category:1990's publications]]

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Donut Frenzy was a donut zine published by Andy Upright, writing under the pen name "Rusty Arbeit." Upright was co-owner of Motor Oil Industrial Coffee, a short-lived coffee shop with an extensive zine library. The cafe served donuts on Fridays.

The cover of Donut Frenzy #3 was printed on a letterpress at St. Paul's Two-stroke Studios.

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