Paste was too good to be true. Except that it was true.

Passion blazed in every issue.If you needed signs of life in music, film, and culture, you didn't need to do anything but hold a copy of Paste in your hands.The writing was filled with heart, smarts, wit, character, and loveIt looked great.Every other arts magazine going paled by comparison. (I would make one exception - No Depression - but they disappeared a while ago, they focused on a much narrower slice of art and culture, and they never provided the aesthetic thrills of … [Read more...]


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