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Brevet Asada aka Tour de Taco, 2017

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May 5, 2021
The first Tour de Taco, as it was then known, was held in May of 2010. Simple premise: ride to, and eat at, every Super Tacqueria IN THE WORLD.


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MUSIC. RESPONSE. | “Untitled (Black is)” by Sault

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December 31, 2020

Twenty-twenty. The year that just kept on giving and giving and saying “open wider!” and shoving more shit in. Information, disinformation, bad news, bad opinion, hot takes, and impressive flameouts—it was a regular shit-giving fountain. But, just like it’s easy to ignore the one compliment in the comments and…


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MUSIC. RESPONSE. | “Rough and Rowdy Ways” by Bob Dylan

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December 30, 2020

Twenty-twenty. The year when hugging was outlawed, and I may have started talking a lot to my fern. What’s that you say, Fergus? Oh, you don’t like today’s record. Right, back in the cupboard. Please note for the record that Fergus the Fern has been purged from the voter…


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MUSIC. RESPONSE. | “Wings Over America” by Paul McCartney

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December 29, 2020

Twenty-twenty. The year when live music stage dived into a pit filled with heaving, hot bodies, and died, after which we were all forced to join a cloud crowd to watch musicians do their shit. YouTube sessions and Instagram LIVEs from people’s living rooms and look there, another sliver…


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Music

Music. Response. | “In my own Time” by Karen Dalton

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December 28, 2020
“Yesterday, any way you made it was just fine.” These are the first words you hear Karen Dalton sing on “In My Own Time,” and in 2020, I made it with a little help from my record friends. This was one of them.


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MUSIC. RESPONSE. | “Red Headed Stranger” by Willie Nelson

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December 27, 2020
Music is like a jangly set of keys to a secret door. I don’t care how tightly guarded your thought fortress is, or what secrets you think you’re hiding in that head of yours, as the Village People told us, you can’t stop it.
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DK and the Holy Grail

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January 17, 2020
The Gravel Grail signifies that you've finished the DK200 five times. As our Knight of the Round Slayble discovers, getting it is not as easy as it sounds.
Janeen McCrae
Santa Cruz, CA

Writer. Rider. This is where I collect the fruits of those two things.

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