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1997 Stories by Jack Boulware

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  • Slap Shots

    published December 24, 1997

    I, Too, Have a Dream Eleven score years ago, a township began on the dunes of Yerba Buena and the muddy shoreline of promise. It was a... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published December 17, 1997

    Angry Aliens The legendary film zine FilmThreat is no longer on newsstands, but an e-mail version has surfaced on the Internet; it's still... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published December 10, 1997

    Porn to Be Mild Tommy Lee, tattooed drummer for the heavy metal band Motley Crue, sits buck naked on a powerboat knifing its way through an... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published December 3, 1997

    Jazz, Blues and Patty Hearst It's a cold late Monday afternoon at the new Boom Boom Room on Fillmore at Geary, the revamped Jacks Bar now... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published November 26, 1997

    Crimson Tide Founded in 1636 with a grant from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Harvard University is America's oldest and most prestigious... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published November 19, 1997

    Dancin' With Mr. D Halloween night in the city, 1997. George Michalski, Cypress Club pianist and musical director of the TV show Nash... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published November 12, 1997

    Return of a Cynic When I first moved to the Bay Area, I found myself wandering through a loose confederation of cartoonists called the... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published November 5, 1997

    The Rise and Fall of Mr. Television Three years ago, San Francisco filmmaker Sam Green was toiling down in L.A. as a researcher for a... More >>

  • For the Curious and Curiouser

    published October 29, 1997

    True Blood-related events in the near future: Wednesday, Oct. 29: Ritual blood performance by Rev. Steven Johnson Leyba and the band United... More >>

  • Hemoglobin Goblins

    published October 29, 1997

    According to those who should know, the blood sports phenomenon probably began in San Francisco, in an apartment at Geary and 23rd Avenue, in the... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published October 29, 1997

    Bare Breasts, Nuns, and Sonny Bono Insomniacs, swing-shift workers, and speed tweakers are long familiar with the late-night Sunday movie... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published October 22, 1997

    A Bridge Too Far Although Mayor Brown's feel-good speeches may reinforce the ideal vision of San Francisco -- our very own shimmering... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published October 15, 1997

    Limo Ride to Babylon "Is this the person who writes the column about photography?" inquired the stuffy British voice one weekend morning. I... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published October 8, 1997

    More Than Just a Mouse You're a lowly mouse, a simple rodent of no consequence. Your brief time on Earth is dictated from birth: You will... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published October 1, 1997

    Catbird Seat to the Catfights Scott Carruthers walks to the center of the wrestling mat in his black-and-white referee's uniform, and... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published September 24, 1997

    The Great White Hope Everyone's heard the old song about New York -- if you can make it there, you'll make it anywhere, etc. -- but here in... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published September 17, 1997

    Born to Be Old In film school back in the prehistoric 1980s, the joke often circulated that the only way to get your documentary funded by... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published September 10, 1997

    Reading on a Budget Since 1978, the Bay Area has turned for its soundbite medical advice to KGO-TV and radio's Dr. Dean ("If you've ever... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published September 3, 1997

    An Open Letter to Mrs. San Francisco Dear Charlotte, I know it's been a long time. That was the deal. No letters or phone calls,... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published August 27, 1997

    The Elderly Problem All sorts of issues for the argumentative portions of our cerebrums are roaming about the old fish town these days.... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published August 20, 1997

    Here Kitty Kitty After publication of a recent Slap Shots item on the proposed eradication of feral cats in the city, this column was... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published August 6, 1997

    Kevorkian Unplugged "I hope you heard a few chords you liked and enjoyed. Thanks for coming." This stage announcement could be from any... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published July 30, 1997

    No More Hemorrhoids With Attitude Starting July 28, Live 105 morning listeners will have a new voice on the air to replace the cranky Alex... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published July 23, 1997

    Safeguarding Our City's Future The rest of the country still chuckles over the release a few weeks ago of San Francisco's Sustainability... More >>

  • Slap Shots

    published July 16, 1997

    Stripped-Down Art One day Gloria Jaramillo came across a T-shirt image that stuck in her mind more than most. The design was of a young... More >>

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