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North Houston Zine had a poor name, however the name depicted the social plight of non car owners trapped in the suburban sprawl that is Houston.  The central theme of this zine was the support of local punk bands from Texas.  This zine was created by Scott Clark, Paul Dyne and Glenn Durham.
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'''North Houston Zine''' had a poor name, however the name depicted the social plight of non car owners trapped in the suburban sprawl that is Houston.  The central theme of this [[zine]] was the support of local [[punk]] bands from Texas.  This zine was created by Scott Clark, Paul Dyne and Glenn Durham.
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Latest revision as of 19:54, 15 December 2007

North Houston Zine had a poor name, however the name depicted the social plight of non car owners trapped in the suburban sprawl that is Houston. The central theme of this zine was the support of local punk bands from Texas. This zine was created by Scott Clark, Paul Dyne and Glenn Durham.