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Shackleton’s Scotch Foun...

Two cases of scotch whiskey have been found near the South Pole, left behind by explorer Ernest Shackleton. The cases were left behind by Shackleton in 1909 during an unsuccessful attempt to reach the South Pole. The full story can be found at GlobalPost’s...

In Search of Tiki Exhibit...

In Search of Tiki Exhibit
Photos from the In Search of Tiki museum exhibition at the Forest Lawn Glendale Museum. The exhibition was curated by Doug Nason and Barracuda publisher Jeff Fox. The exhibit was on display from August 8th to January 4th. It featured traditional...

Sea Shelly!...

Sea Shelly!
Meet our Barracuda Girl Shelly Martinez! Shelly loves the sea and the beach. She summers in Atlantic City, winters in Palm Beach and falls (in love) everywhere! Shelly likes to dress like a lady—Lady Godiva, that is! Shelly says, “Don’t...

Mormon Meteor III Mystery...

Mormon Meteor III Mystery
In Barracuda issue 11, we told the story of Ab Jenkins, the son of the salt. He pioneered salt flat racing at Bonneville before World War II and set dozens of records with his cars, the Ab Jenkins Special, the Mormon Meteor, the Mormon Meteor II...

In Defense of the Auto...

In Defense of the Auto
There’s a disturbing trend afoot where the automobile is being demonized in the press and by environmental types as a scapegoat of the impending global warming crisis. The automobile is being unfairly portrayed as a foul, pollution-spewing...
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recent news Barracuda #28 is out! Barracuda #28 is out!
That’s right! There’s a 16-page, long-awaited, moderately anticipated mini Barracuda revival edition bound into the middle of the latest Dice Magazine! It features new, bodacious Barracuda Girls, Real-Man Revisited: “Wild Bill” Gelbke, The Barracuda Gourmet and stag cartoons...