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  • Season 3 Episode 1 tonight!

    An old airstream trailer makeover is made into a 'surf shack on wheels.'

    More info: HERE

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  • Green Day returned to 924 Gilman Street last night to benefit AK Press and 1984 Printing, two punk-run publishing companies which share a warehouse that caught fire in March.

    Rumors had swirled for weeks around the "Special Guests" headliner for the Fire Relief Benefit show. But word travels fast in the punk scene and by the time pre-sale tickets for the show were put up online everyone knew Green Day was playing, and tickets were gone in under 10 seconds.

    Because of how quick the tickets disappeared, speculation went crazy on the event page about how tech bros must have created bots to buy
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  • Group performed to raise money for two publishing companies whose joint warehouse had burned down

    Green Day returned to 924 Gilman Street, one of the Bay Area punk venues where they played in their salad days, for a special benefit concert on Sunday. They played the secret show to help raise money for two local, independent publishing houses – AK Press and 1984 Printing – which share a warehouse that caught fire in March, according to PunkNews.


    The trio played a career-spanning set at the venue, focusing mainly on Dookie and American Idiot but also playing the odd cut from their pre–major
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  • News from Idiot Nation:

    We have launched a new Idiot Nation exclusive contest! Enter for a chance to win a hand-numbered lithograph commemorating Green Day's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame show in Cleveland, OH at the House of Blues on April 16, 2015.

    Login to win: HERE

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Hyde Park International has joined the band with Geezer, coming aboard to sell the comedy starring Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong about an ex-punk rocker 10 years into his band’s “indefinite hiatus” and struggling with his adjustment to the real world. Lee Kirk wrote and directed the pic, which co-stars Judy Greer, Selma Blair, Chris Messina and Fred Armisen.

    Full article at Deadline Hollywood: HERE

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