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Puddle was a personal zine mostly written, edited and designed by Chris Appelgren, from 1988 to 1994, covering topics such as music, the Humboldt County and San Francisco punk communities, featuring contributions from Lawrence Livermore, Abe Ringstaff, Theo Robinson, and Robert Eggplant, among others. Appelgren – also known as Chrisser and Chris Appelcore – worked for Lookout Records in several capacities starting in 1988, eventually graduating to owner and president in 1997, when Livermore and Patrick Hynes left the label. Appelgren has created original artwork for many East Bay bands (including Blatz, Green Day, Screeching Weasel, Mr. T Experience, and The Queers) and performed as a musician in The Potatomen, The Lefties, The Pattern, The PeeChees, and Bumblescrump.
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