William Stout’s illustrations, accompanied by text, capture the spirit of the artists and their music.
Four years ago Michael Bogan’s son, Scout, drew a horned creature with green and purple tentacles and a red, angry-looking face. Scout, then 8, named the monster Frank, and Michael taped it up in his work cubicle.
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Four years ago Michael Bogan's 8-year-old son, Scout, drew a horned creature with green and purple tentacles and a red, angry-looking face. Scout named the monster Frank, and Bogan taped it to the refrigerator.
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Promise Monsters makers hope their Indianapolis toy company takes off
It would appear that I have outraged the bogans. I have enraged them as well. Well some of them at least. They have read what I wrote about them and have then written to me. Which is in itself surprising. I didn't think that …
Sleepless in Singapore: Bogans Again
If you go WHAT Steven’s Ride WHEN Saturday, June 8 starting at 11 a.m., dinner at 6 p.m. WHERE Newark Elks Lodge for the poker run, Tommy’s Bar for dinner MORE INFO Call Mike Bogan at (315) 952-0350 or like Steven’s Ride on Facebook by clicking here
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Revvin’ up for a good cause
Was Helen Pitt of the Sydney Morning Herald trolling when she said that she didn't care about tonight's State of Origin? This, the most bogan of football games in Australia that stops a nation. How could it be that someone …
Dom's Rant: What IS a Bogan?
Comment Millions cannot wait, but believe it or not, some people just aren't interested.
State of Origin – who cares?
Former England cricket captain David Gower wound up the tension ahead of the forthcoming Ashes by labelling Australia as a country with no culture, accusing their cricketers of an “animal mentality” and warning of “feral” crowds.