Deadend Magazine Weekend Report 12/07/15

Another busy weekend in the books. Thanks to everyone who showed up to the first Deadend Magazine documentary screening in Salinas, CA. We had a full house!

As they say, the calm before the storm. (We only shot with our cellphones we were to busy to use our cameras)

As they say, the calm before the storm. (We only shot with our cellphones we were to busy to use our cameras)

A few of the cars that showed up.

A few of the cars that showed up.

Thanks to all the fellas from Salinas, San Jose and other places that drove out their cars.

Thanks to all the fellas from Salinas, San Jose and other places that drove out their cars.

While we were busy with our screening the Deadend Magazine Japan crew was busy shooting & vending at the Mooneyes Yokohama Hot Rod & Custom Show. Thanks to everyone who stopped by the booth!

Really neat mild custom Olds.

Really neat mild custom Olds.

Never get tired of seeing this truck

Never get tired of seeing this truck

Some of what the Japanese have become known for.

Some of what the Japanese have become known for.

Strongers Car Club out on the streets of Japan.

Strongers Car Club out on the streets of Japan.

We finished off the weekend with shooting Gianna with some Deadend gear (new ladies shirt we will have available online soon) and a beauriful Buick.

Gianna is sporting a customized Deadend Magazine raglan

Gianna is sporting a customized Deadend Magazine raglan

Thanks to Paint by Padilla for letting us use his shop.

Thanks to Paint by Padilla for letting us use his shop.

New ladies shirt available soon. Thanks to Makeup by Santana from Blush Monterey.

New ladies shirt available soon. Thanks to Makeup by Santana from Blush Monterey.

Thanks to Ruben for bringing out his Buick.

Thanks to Ruben for bringing out his Buick.

Thanks for looking!

12/05/15 - Deadend Magazine Documentary First Public Screening

"On The Road Since 2004"
Deadend Magazine - Full length documentary by MasterWerks Inc.
First public screening at Sherwood Community Center (Santa Lucia Hall) 
December 5, 2015
Film starts 7pm (doors open 6:30PM)
No admission Fee - First come first served - Limited Seating

Millennium Charter High School booster club will be selling snacks during the documentary to raise money and continue supporting the arts for the students. As you come enjoy the film, please help support the school by purchasing some snacks! They will be selling nachos, popcorn, candy, soda and water (cash only). The staff, students and parents greatly appreciate your support!
MCHS is an Arts and Technology focused school. Besides the core subjects, students have the opportunity to learn scriptwriting, photography, moviemaking, editing, creative writing, musical theater, rock band, etc.
Nachos $5
Popcorn $3
Candy $2
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite & Water $1


Limited Edition Deadend Magazine merchandise will be on sale on-site.

"ON THE ROAD SINCE 2004 takes you on a journey with two brothers who started with nothing but a passion for classic cars and created an internationally recognized online magazine and brand. Influenced by their father’s hard work and their roots in East Salinas, they have become contributors to the social re-birth and art of the automotive culture not only in the Salinas Valley or California, but all over the world."

We hope to see you there!

On The Road Since 2004 - First Public Screening

Just over a week away we will be hosting the first public screening of the full length documentary "On The road Since 2004" about Deadend Magazine in our hometown Salinas, CA

Saturday December 5, 2015 7pm sharp (doors open 6:30pm)
Sherwood Community Center - Santa Lucia Hall - Salinas, CA
Seats are limited to the first 200 people.

We hope to see you there!

Deadend Magazine full length documentary

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"On The Road Since 2004"
Deadend Magazine - Full length documentary by MasterWerks Inc.
First public screening at Sherwood Community Center (Santa Lucia Hall)
Saturday December 5, 2015
Film starts 7pm (doors open 6:30PM)

No admission Fee - First come first served - Limited Seating

There will be a concession stand (cash only) proceeds going to Millenium Charter High School

Limited Edition Deadend Magazine merchandise will be on sale on-site.

"ON THE ROAD SINCE 2004 takes you on a journey with two brothers who started with nothing but a passion for classic cars and created an internationally recognized online magazine and brand. Influenced by their father’s hard work and their roots in East Salinas, they have become contributors to the social re-birth and art of the automotive culture not only in the Salinas Valley or California, but all over the world."

The film includes interviews with Jesus Espinoza, Juan Espinoza Jr., Cole Foster, Rod Powell, Bobby Ruiz, Coby Gewertz, Toshi Shimizu, FLiP Hayes, Robert McDonald and more...

We hope to see you there!

Here's a trailer

On The Road Since 2004 - First Public Screening

We are proud to announce the first public screening of the full length documentary about Deadend Magazine "On The Road Since 2004" by MasterWerks Inc. Mark your calendars!

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Saturday December 5, 2015
7pm Sharp (Doors open at 6:30pm)
Sherwood Community Center
Santa Lucia Hall
940 N. Main St. Salinas, CA 93906

We will show the film and have a Q&A with the filmmakers and the Deadend Magazine family.

There will be a concession stand (cash only) with snacks and drinks and limited merchandise at the Deadend Magazine booth.

We hope to see you there!

Deadend Documentary Trailer

"On The Road Road Since 2004" takes you from the formation of the magazine through struggles, big and small, to the international success." - MasterWerks Inc.

As you may know the fellas from MasterWerks Inc. have been working on a documentary about Deadend Magazine. Here is the trailer for said documentary. More info on how you can watch the full film coming soon.