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  • Night Crawler

    published November 5, 1997

    A cluster of giant poisonous mushrooms waddles down the sidewalk outside Cafe Du Nord, bowing its bulbous red tops toward an obnoxious fraternity... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published October 29, 1997

    Ethical Laundry Riff Raff isn't always snotty; sometimes we just sit around and ponder big ethical questions. Here's what we've been chewing on... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published October 29, 1997

    Under the glare of the October sun, Geneva Avenue suddenly erupts with the thunder of brute creation -- nearly 200 head of cattle let loose in the... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published October 29, 1997

    It's Halloween night and you want to be scared, or at the very least, completely grossed out. Might I suggest a quick dose of David Cronenberg?... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published October 22, 1997

    Standing on the edge of Alcatraz Island, it's easy to understand the pressures that drove inmate Joe Bauer to run for the prison fence, in broad... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published October 22, 1997

    Critic's Corner: The End of a Long, Long Story The Chronicle promised us a horse race but didn't even provide a winner's circle after the handsome... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published October 22, 1997

    Following in the footsteps of their "Legends of Blues" shows, Yoshi's presents "Legends of Country" with Grand Ole Opry star Charlie Louvin (age... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published October 15, 1997

    Hope you got plenty of sleep last night because it's going to be a busy week. First, a friendly warning: You may be tempted to go see Stiff Little... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published October 15, 1997

    Under a canopy of imitation palm fronds, 30 men in form-fitting white turtlenecks and black tuxedo pants mouth the words to "Gimme Gimme Gimme (A... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published October 15, 1997

    Things We Did on Grass Now we know why Chet Helms and company waited until October to throw a 30-year anniversary celebration of the Summer of... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published October 8, 1997

    Bring the Noise Live music venues are rare enough in San Francisco, but hip-hop clubs are scarcer than rubies on Twin Peaks. For years now,... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published October 8, 1997

    "Words do not express thoughts very well," Hermann Hesse once wrote. "They always become a little different immediately after they are expressed,... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published October 8, 1997

    Greg Garing wears a lot of black -- black leather pants, black shoes, big black belts, long black coats. Occasionally he breaks up the moody... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published October 1, 1997

    Saturday Afternoon in the Park Static Faction drummer J. Shagawat says she's frustrated in the same way other rock musicians in San Francisco are:... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published October 1, 1997

    They move through Seacliff with relative calm. There is no honking or shouting. The bullhorns have fallen silent. In this pocket of manicured... More >>

  • House of Tudor

    published October 1, 1997

    As the name implies and the album corroborates, Mary Coughlan's After the Fall is the striking tale of a woman who drags herself out of the sewer... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published September 24, 1997

    Punk Politesse With any luck, old punks will never end up like the rather depressing ex-hippies -- San Francisco can't afford the detritus of two... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published September 24, 1997

    Fans of X might be pleased to know that Exene Cervenkova (nee Cervenka) has deserted her less-than-inspired solo attempts at "mature" music. X... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published September 24, 1997

    The Freak Show price of admission is arbitrary, but clearly displayed: Freakin' Insane $7; Freakin' But Not Insane $9; Cute or Sexy But No Costume... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published September 17, 1997

    Last year, the clubgoing populace was inundated with more swing-side posturing than one could shake a swizzle stick at. But as the cigar smoke... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published September 17, 1997

    Selvin Watch: By the Numbers In newspaper writing, the saddest mistakes are the ones that are hard to make. That's why watching Joel Selvin's... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published September 17, 1997

    A young woman teeters outside Club 181 on 8-inch, patent leather stripper heels. The shoes are a gleaming shade of naughty nurse white that... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published September 10, 1997

    As Phony as a $3 Bill Like folks at Dead shows of the past, where cries of "I need a miracle" wove between drum rumbles and bong gurgles, many of... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published September 10, 1997

    Given the relentless summer heat of Pleasanton, the newly cropped grass outside the Alameda County Fairgrounds seems an unlikely shade of green --... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published September 10, 1997

    The Bay Area can claim, as her own, some of the world's more interesting literary renegades, and the Tip Top Inn can claim, as her own, some of... More >>

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