Ahh ...18-years-old. I remember the days; trying to work as little as possible and party as hard as I could. The nights were filled with people and drinking games. My how times change! Now I sit back and discuss politics and current events with my friends while we drink and play games. I think you never grow out of some things. SLUG Magazine is one of those things.
Ryan-Ashly Workman started freelancing at SLUG as a contributing writer in Feb. of '89 and has kent us his helping hand ever since.
Iceburn was active from the late 80s into the early 2000s, with band members and influences changing almost as often as the seasons.
The dickheads inform a dickhead on dealing with asshole roommates.
The date of the SLUG 18th Anniversary show is almost 11 years to the day from when CLEAR played their first show in February 1996.
Do science and philosophy belong in SLUG? What could be less UG? Well, some of the most exciting (and perhaps dangerous) action in SL is going down in public, funded by government bucks.