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Summer 2013

You can check out the digital version of the mag here. Find print copies of the mag around the region.

STStocSmallHere is the table of contents from the WASTED ISSUE:

COVER STORY: Sugar Tongue Slim is a writer who happens to be a rapper. The Atlanta native found a home, respect and good friends here in Philly. (Photos by Michael Bucher).

Summer2013CoverREEFsmallCOVER STORY: When he was a kid, Reef The Lost Cauze fell into the violent street culture of the city. But the defiantly independent rapper turned his life around and now performs almost as a social critic and urban philosopher.

COVER STORY: Paul Vile, brother of Kurt, is known on the festival circuit as Jell-O Man, the dude with gelatinous shots that will get you wasted. But he’s also a talented musician trying to figure out his life.

Music & Politics: Recreation Department Commissioner Susan Slawson oversees operations at the historic Dell Music Center.

This Place Rocks: Chris’ Jazz Cafe, summer 2013 Philadelphia venue map, Scene City – our favorite places to hear music, The Guild, West Kensington Ministry at Norris Square, The Barbary, Chloe Wagner and her curiosity shop Requiem.

Music & Education: The GrassROOTS Community Foundation, supported by The Roots, aims to create healthy young women, who will grow up and create healthy communities.

Food That Rocks: There are a ton of places all over the city to get drunk. And there are a ton of places to get food. But here are nine of our favorite late-night places to get food while drunk.

Publisher’s Note: We aren’t here to tell you what’s cool or awesome. We’re here to tell you what exists. You decide if it’s cool and/or awesome.

Anthropic01TOCThe JUMP Off features:

LibertyBellowsJUMPsmallLiberty Bellows (right)

Brandon Pankey


Anthropic Records (above)

Work Drugs

Julian Coleman


Philly street performers: Felix Wilkins, Huey West and Chris Hall.

Kindred The Family Soul


Joint Chiefs of Math

Feed The Muse

Homer Jackson and the Philadelphia Jazz Project

Pat Martino


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