RadioBDC Logo
| Listen Live
THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

High Five

What counts in music today

By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / December 9, 2011
Text size +
  • E-mail
  • E-mail this article

    Invalid E-mail address
    Invalid E-mail address

    Sending your article

    Your article has been sent.

Anthony Pappalardo grew up in Lawrence, MA and New Hampshire and says the world has changed for restless skate punks. Pappalardo, co-writer Max G. Morton, and a group of photographers - some from the Boston area - capture the gap years between the first explosions of punk/hardcore and the breakthrough of the alt-rock generation in their book “Live…Suburbia!’’ An exhibit of photos from the book opens tomorrow at the Orchard Skate Shop Extension Gallery in Allston.

For more from BostonGlobe.com, sign up or log in below

To continue, please sign up or log in to BostonGlobe.com

Access the full articles and quality reporting of The Boston Globe at BostonGlobe.com

Sign up

Unlimited Access to BostonGlobe.com for 4 weeks for only 99¢.

Are you a Boston Globe home delivery subscriber?

Get FREE access as part of your print subscription.

BostonGlobe.com subscriber

Click to continue reading this article or to log in to BostonGlobe.com.
  • E-mail
  • E-mail this article

    Invalid E-mail address
    Invalid E-mail address

    Sending your article

    Your article has been sent.