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EDITORIAL

Publisher

Ian Koss

Music Editor

Julio Diaz

Features Editor

David Lee Beowülf

ADVERTISING & OPERATIONS

Advertising Director

Robert Wilson (813.837.1834)

South Florida Operations Manager

Michelle Harris (954.561.4144)

Account Executives Georgia

Nora Ahman (404.817.3225)

Marketing Assistant

Keith Forman

ARTWORK & PRODUCTION

Art Director

Francis P. Dreyer III

Production Manager

DeeAnn Jennings

Design

Linda Hartmann, John Vetter

Male Stripper

Dan Byrkit

Forklift

Perry Armsmen

ONLINE

Webmaster

Craig Coleman

Additional Design

Eileen Cannaday

CONTRIBUTORS

Illustration

Christ-Mierd, Charles D.J. Deppner, Keith Knight, Dave Mitchell, Flail Tenacious

Photography

Cindy Harper, Marcus Leith, Matthew Moyer, R. Palovcik, June Rich, Roi Tamkin

Contributors

Dave Aftandilian, Phil Bailey, Chad Bidwell, Andrew Chadwick, Kurt Channing, Mark Chester, David A Clark, Tony Coulson, Michael Crown, Charles D.J. Deppner, Brent Dey, Terry Eagan, Jason Feifer, Lips Fresno, Ed Furniture, Jorge C. Galban, Carl Glaser, Phillip Haire, Cindy Harper, Heinrich Hurtz, Drew Id, Carole Jaszewski, George Jegadesh, Brian Kruger, Lee Ann Leach, Marcus Leith, Sarah Ludwig, Randy Luna, James Mann, Keith Mercer, Jeff Montgomery, Matthew Moyer, Rich Pawelczyk, Jason Plender, Jim Presnell, Matthew Schaefer, David Lee Simmons, Jason Straw, Richard T. Thurston, Bryan Tilford, Anton Wagner/Warner, LeRoy Watson, drew West, David Whited, Gail Worley

DISTRIBUTION

George Alfero, Everett Allison, David A Clark, Justin Coppolino, Charles DJ Deppner, Cindy Herndon, Cinda L. Holsombach, Brian Kruger, Tony Landa, Jason Litsinger, Victor Mancini, Albert Perrino, Doug Renck, Marc Tomestic, Jimi Tritten

INTERNS

Brett “Wisdom” Martin, Kat Pringis, Mitch Kwaitkowski

ON THE COVER

Artwork and composition by Francis P. Dreyer III. No, we don’t know what that is.

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