RANDY NOW’S MAN CAVE

WE WILL BE OPEN DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY

MONDAY JANUARY 18, 2021

12 NOON TO 6:00 PM 

A   D A Y   O F   S E R V I C E 

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YES, WE ARE OPEN 

January 2021

COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS ARE IN EFFECT !

Thursdays – 12 Noon to 6:00 PM

Fridays – 12 Noon to 6:00 PM

Saturdays – 12 Noon to 6:00 PM

Sundays – 12 Noon to 4:30 PM 

MASKS ARE REQUIRED

WE TAKE YOUR TEMPERATURE   

SIX FEET SOCIAL DISTANCING 

 AT THE MAN CAVE 

AND WIPE YOUR FEET, TOO !

 

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JUST ARRIVED – FIRST PRESSING !

I’M NOT HOLDING YOUR COAT: My Bruises-and-All Memoir of Punk Rock Rebellion

by Nancy Barile

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HARD TIMES ANTHOLOGY

NOW AVAILABLE IN THE MAN CAVE 

AVAILABLE NOW IN THE MAN CAVE !

HARD TIMES MAGAZINE:

AN ANTHOLOGY OF ’80S PUNK & HARDCORE

Hard Times Magazine: An Anthology of ‘‘80s Punk & Hardcore by Ron Gregorio and Amy Yates Wuelfing combines every single issue of the seminal ‘80s punk ‘zine into one book. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ! –
 
From DiWulf Publishing House
The same people that released
“No Slam Dancing, No Stage Diving, No Spikes”
 

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COMING SPRING 2021 

Ska Boom! An Oral History About the Birth of American Ska & Reggae 1976-1991

by Marc Wasserman

Marc Wasserman is a true student of Ska and Reggae. His love for the culture and the music have led to a musical career that has lasted for decades,; from early outfits like “Panic !” (which eventually became “Bigger Thomas”) to recent incarnations, “Heavensbee” and also “Rude Boy George”. Marc is considered to be part of the very first Ska outfit from the state of New Jersey. Marc’s dedication and perseverance are evident in the pages he’s amassed thus far. Several chapters deep, and the narrative threads are being tied together in a most satisfying and interesting way. Marc has conducted over 125 interviews so far with artists like Mephiskapheles, Chuck Askerneese and Kevin Long of the Untouchables, The Boilers, Blue Riddim Band, The Hooters, and many more. For Marc, this book is a true labor of love and a testament to the indelible influence these early Ska outfits had on the culture.

 

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