Duct Tape and Rouge

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'''Duct Tape & Rouge''' is a free magazine created in Los Angeles, California and edited by Rick Paulas and Tara Rubano. It's focus is comedy, and contains essays, short fiction, comic strips, horoscopes and a variety of movie, comedy show, and bar reviews. Each front cover is a different original painting by a local artist. [http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i66/ducttapeandrouge/dtr11.jpg]
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'''Duct Tape & Rouge''' is a free magazine created in Los Angeles, California and edited by [[Rick Paulas]] and [[Tara Rubano]]. It's focus is comedy, and contains essays, short fiction, comic strips, horoscopes and a variety of movie, comedy show, and bar reviews. Each front cover is a different original painting by a local artist.
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The first issue was created in April 2006, and each issue is usually around 50 total pages. It is text-heavy, with artwork sproadically inserted throughout.  
The first issue was created in April 2006, and each issue is usually around 50 total pages. It is text-heavy, with artwork sproadically inserted throughout.  
The publication also has a [http://www.ducttapeandrouge.blogspot.com web version], that contains all of the articles located in the print version.
The publication also has a [http://www.ducttapeandrouge.blogspot.com web version], that contains all of the articles located in the print version.
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.ducttapeandrouge.blogspot.com Duct Tape & Rouge Archives]
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'''External Links'''
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[http://www.ducttapeandrouge.blogspot.com Duct Tape & Rouge Archives]
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Revision as of 02:15, 19 July 2006

Duct Tape & Rouge is a free magazine created in Los Angeles, California and edited by Rick Paulas and Tara Rubano. It's focus is comedy, and contains essays, short fiction, comic strips, horoscopes and a variety of movie, comedy show, and bar reviews. Each front cover is a different original painting by a local artist.

The first issue was created in April 2006, and each issue is usually around 50 total pages. It is text-heavy, with artwork sproadically inserted throughout.

The publication also has a web version, that contains all of the articles located in the print version.

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