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1999 Stories by Robert Arriaga

Archives: 1999 | 1998 | 1997
  • Last Dance

    published March 31, 1999

    It's a rain-soaked line outside Club Deco on March 9, as a large and formidable security guard at the door casts a quick glance toward the... More >>

  • Hear This

    published March 17, 1999

    Jungle Brothers Since their 1987 debut Straight Out the Jungle, New York's Jungle Brothers have been a driving force behind the positive... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published March 3, 1999

    Kickin' It Live With Harry Denton Last week, a motley array of local bands found themselves in an unlikely spot -- Harry Denton's Starlight Room,... More >>

  • Fast and Frightening

    published February 24, 1999

    If it weren't for G.B.H., hair metal might still be around. Grievous Bodily Harm, better known as Charged G.B.H., was one of punk's first... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published February 17, 1999

    Party Over, Oops, Out of Time San Francisco is losing another all-night dance venue. V/SF, located at the mouth of SOMA's 11th Street corridor,... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published February 3, 1999

    Un-punked? In the middle of January, volunteers at the Berkeley punk rock club 924 Gilman were in a panic. From the looks of it, a shutdown seemed... More >>

  • Guiding Light

    published January 27, 1999

    As a member of the Native Tongue rappers, MC Mos Def made a name for himself with guest spots on De La Soul's Stakes Is High and a Bush Babies... More >>

  • Hear This

    published January 20, 1999

    DJ Craze DJ Craze is a musical trickster, but it's not his ability to manipulate beats with a magician's touch that makes him one. As... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published January 13, 1999

    Things That Should Not Be Last Nov. 1 at the Great American Music Hall, local math-rock trio A Minor Forest played what turned out to be its final... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published January 6, 1999

    The Continuing Clubs-in-Crisis Report "I feel like E.T.," jokes Jeanie Patterson, the now-former owner of the recently shuttered Mill Valley club... More >>

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