Four Frames. Shot on film.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Thursday, November 5, 2015
Some days we get lazy and throw P&S Zine content up on the @legacyzines Instagram account. Some of said content is not always posted here or printed in the pages of P&S Zine. We'd never think of telling you what to do, but following @legacyzines could increase the quality of your life...or not.
Monday, November 2, 2015
We had a box of bicycle parts and good intentions in our garage for a couple of years. We finally turned those good intentions in something tangible this past summer.
Voila! Bike and bike owner reunited!
Sunday, November 1, 2015
Friday, October 30, 2015
Sunday, October 25, 2015
...AND The Anarchist Book Fair by Broken Pencil went down yesterday in Winnipeg.
We set up a Legacy Zines table to share our latest printed zine offerings.
Deals from our zine library...
Just a few pages in and this "oral history" of Winnipeg's punk and hardcore scene from 1990-2001 is a blast to read. Lot's of fun reading all the different perspectives from everyone Sheldon got in touch with to put this book together.
Inside peak... Jon Schledewitz photo
From the creative mind of local artist and designer Robert Pasternak...
The last stack of The Edge 125 Pacific Ave. from At Bay Press. Get a copy before they're all gone! These made McNally's top sellers list when they hit the streets and there's only a handful of copies left!
Steve. Organic Planet Worker Co-op. Vegan chocolate bars. Enough said.
Tara Castellano's Can I Come Too?... Not for everyone.
Fire breathing dragons
Sheldon Birnie spitting hot fire!
Party crashers... or Angels from the land of Redbull offering everyone wings? Tough to say.
That was our Canzine Central 2015
Friday, October 23, 2015
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
I believe it was late summer of 1987 when the local telephone poles and bulletin boards were letting us skate punks know that "some guy presents" had booked Corrosion of Conformity, Government Issue, Suicidal Tendencies and SNFU to play in Winnipeg all within about two weeks of each other. Amazing!
In a perfect world...this fourteen year old would have been at all four shows! Things didn't work out as planned. Not sure what I did at the time, but I was "grounded" and wasn't allowed to attend the Corrosion of Conformity show. That sucked. What sucked even more was that Suicidal Tendencies were playing the night before the "first day of school".
My parents were cool enough to let me venture down to Point Douglas in the late eighties to witness Government Issue and partake in the mosh pits during SNFU and many other bands I was fortunate enough to witness during that time, but on a school night? No way!
It's 2015 and ST was scheduled to play at the MTS Center last Wednesday night. This time I am the parent, it's a school night and our family schedules are mad busy. No cause for alarm. Received a call from our friend Pep Williams just before lunchtime the day of the show. He pitches an idea he had for a video that he wants me to help him shoot. Suicidal Tendencies. Our friends. Our Garage... The rest is history.
Shortly after a visit from the friendliest Winnipeg Police officers we've ever met (at 1:30am)... Mike Muir and a souvenir
The local ST Army!
Good things do come to those who wait. Thanks to Pep Williams for bringing us all together!