Employee Picks 

Lisa Martin

From Fred Meyer Pharmacy

3805 SE Hawthorne

Cold and flu season got you miserable? Time to suck it up and dose on some over-the-counter meds. Here are a few of Lisa's favorites:

- TheraFlu: "It comes in an easy pill form, or a powder form that you can make like a hot tea."

- NyQuil: "Comes in liquid or gel cap and day or nighttime formulas. Good for general relief."

- Comtrex: "They have a whole line of formulas, so you can treat specific symptoms."

- Contact: "Good for cold and flu symptoms. Nice for its 12-hour duration."

- Drixoral: "I like Drixoral. It's cold and allergy relief. Good for head cold, stuffy head, and allergies."

Molli Resnick

From Jackpot Records

3736 SE Hawthorne

While she might listen to Belle and Sebastian and Galaxy 500, Molli also reads books on the music scenes of D.C. punk and communes. Here are a few of her picks:

- Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground 1981-1991 by Michael Azerrad: "A two volume set on the bands that came out of the '80s punk scene--which weren't taken seriously at the time, but then became legendary."

- Despite Everything: A Cometbus Omnibus by Aaron Cometbus: "Early issues of the Cometbus zine capture the glory years of the Bay Area scene, the rise of LookOut Records, and the support of the Gilman Street Collective."

- Document: A Story of Hope by various contributors: "The Hope Collective in Ireland covers a couple of decades of the underground music scene in Dublin. It's also a vegan cookbook."

- Dance of Days: Two Decades of Punk in the Nation's Capital by Mark Andersen & Mark Jenkins: "About the D.C. punk scene, The Riot Grrl Revolution, Revolution Summer. Talks about the Positive Force Collective."

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