The Neighbors

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'''The Neighbors''' was a skater [[zine]] produced in Omaha, Nebraska, by [[John Shartrand]] AKA "Shorty" in 1992.  The zine went through several names--'''Bomb Shelter''' (1993), '''Snow Chicken''' (1994), and '''AJ Rules''' (1997).
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'''The Neighbors''' was a skater [[zine]] produced in Omaha, Nebraska, by [[John Shartrand]] AKA "Shorty" in 1992.   
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Whatever the name, the zines covered Omaha's [[punk]] and skateboarding scenes and included band interviews, comics, collages, and humor.
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The zine went through several names: ''Bomb Shelter'' (1993), ''Snow Chicken'' (1994), and ''AJ Rules'' (1997). Whatever the name, the zines covered Omaha's [[punk]] and skateboarding scenes and included band interviews, comics, collages, and humor.
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Nebraska Zines]] [[Category:Skateboarding]] [[Category:1990's publications]][[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.|Neighbors]]
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Revision as of 17:26, 9 October 2011

The Neighbors was a skater zine produced in Omaha, Nebraska, by John Shartrand AKA "Shorty" in 1992.

The zine went through several names: Bomb Shelter (1993), Snow Chicken (1994), and AJ Rules (1997). Whatever the name, the zines covered Omaha's punk and skateboarding scenes and included band interviews, comics, collages, and humor.

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