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1996 Stories by Paul Critz

Archives: 1996 | 1995
  • The Trance Factory

    published November 27, 1996

    Bobby Rothschild lowers her voice to a soothing monotone and instructs me to focus on my chair. "Feel where your body is touching the arms of the... More >>

  • Bring in Da Noise

    published May 15, 1996

    When Michael Goldberg first started writing about rock 'n' roll, rock FM radio was in its infancy. Trapped in the body of a pimply prepube, the... More >>

  • Every Block Tells a Story

    published March 27, 1996

    Bert Katz sits at his usual table beneath the tall front window at his son's shop, Katz Bagels on 16th Street at Albion. Although he is studying... More >>

  • White Trash Nation

    published March 6, 1996

    Tony Balbinot strums his surf-blue electric guitar and looks pensively into the lights above the stage in the DNA Lounge. Behind him, the bass... More >>

  • Pictures of Millie

    published January 17, 1996

    A small figure, tightly bundled in a blue parka, pushes softly through the door at the Tosca Cafe. The tiny woman, as ancient as this North Beach... More >>

  • Booked Up

    published January 3, 1996

    Drunks and junkies move back and forth along the sidewalk at 2141 Mission. Up the way someone is yelling, and the voice echoes in the dim recess... More >>

Archives: 1996 | 1995
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