A Boy and His Lawnmower

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'''A Boy and His Lawnmower''' is a [[zine]] founded by Tim Totten and Nick MacLeod in the summer of 2006.   
'''A Boy and His Lawnmower''' is a [[zine]] founded by Tim Totten and Nick MacLeod in the summer of 2006.   
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It was originally created to cover local and international punk happenings for the kids in Truro, Nova Scotia.  After the first issue, Luke Mumford was added to the editing team.  The zine is currently on its fourth issue, and has spread to cover St John's, Newfoundland as well as Truro, Nova Scotia due to Nick MacLeod's relocation there for his post-secondary education.  Considering the location of East Coast, Canada, the zine's greatest accomplishments thus far are exclusive interviews with Toronto, Canada's [[Fucked Up]] and Umea, Sweden's [[Regulations]].
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It was originally created to cover local and international [[punk]] happenings for the kids in Truro, Nova Scotia.  After the first issue, Luke Mumford was added to the editing team.  The zine is currently on its fourth issue, and has spread to cover St John's, Newfoundland as well as Truro, Nova Scotia due to Nick MacLeod's relocation there for his post-secondary education.  Considering the location of East Coast, Canada, the zine's greatest accomplishments thus far are exclusive interviews with Toronto, Canada's [[Fucked Up]] and Umea, Sweden's [[Regulations]].
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:Nova Scotia Zines]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:Nova Scotia Zines]][[Category:2000's publications]]

Revision as of 10:16, 22 February 2007

A Boy and His Lawnmower is a zine founded by Tim Totten and Nick MacLeod in the summer of 2006.

It was originally created to cover local and international punk happenings for the kids in Truro, Nova Scotia. After the first issue, Luke Mumford was added to the editing team. The zine is currently on its fourth issue, and has spread to cover St John's, Newfoundland as well as Truro, Nova Scotia due to Nick MacLeod's relocation there for his post-secondary education. Considering the location of East Coast, Canada, the zine's greatest accomplishments thus far are exclusive interviews with Toronto, Canada's Fucked Up and Umea, Sweden's Regulations.

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