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'''The Neighbors''' was a skater zine produced in Omaha, Nebraska, by [[Jon 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.   
  
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.
  
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Nebraska Zines]] [[Category:Skateboarding]]
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[[Category:Nebraska Zines|Neighbors]]  
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[[Category:Skateboarding|Neighbors]]
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[[Category:1990's publications|Neighbors]]
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[[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.|Neighbors]]
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[[Category:Punk|Neighbors]]

Latest revision as of 10:26, 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.