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    June 28, 2011


    This Foxboro Hot Tubs shirt features old school boxers slugging it out. The band's name is distressed in the center in red... not green... day. 100% cotton. Wash warm. Dry low. Imported.

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  • Green Day’s rise from garage three-chord punk rockers to stadium-filling three-chord radio mainstays has been an unprecedented achievement. Formed way back in 1987 yet still, somehow, ‘down with the kids’, this forever-young three-piece have remained poster boys for several generations of rebellious stoner teenagers… and their moms.

    Live, Green Day instil the kind of wild, devil-horn wielding crowd behaviour only possible in an arena full of young adults. It’s all about who can start the furthest away moshpit...

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  • The band is committed to replicating the same atmosphere as the legends themselves, and will deliver all the big hits in their energetic live performance.

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  • Beauty is, of course, in the eye of the beholder. But many believe the J-180 to be the most gorgeous Gibson acoustic guitar you can buy. It offers maximum tone, maximum pickguard and a super-curvy shape. For a history of the J-180 plus close relations to the J-185 and the coveted Everly Brothers signature models, read on…

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    June 27, 2011


    Most know Mike Dirnt as the bassist for legendary East Bay rock band Green Day. Fewer know that the 39-year-old Oakland resident is one of the original four founders of the popular Emeryville diner Rudy’s Can’t Fail Café and a die-hard foodie (his favorites include Picán, Le Cheval, and Dopo). We asked Dirnt about the just-opened second Rudy’s right next to Oakland’s Fox Theater.

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