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1997 Stories by Silke Tudor

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  • Riff Raff

    published March 5, 1997

    Up & down and Moving On After nearly five years of running the Up & down Club, one of San Francisco's more interesting supper clubs,... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published February 26, 1997

    For one Wednesday each month, the Chameleon serves as a pseudo-tropical haven for whacked-out city dwellers afflicted with a hapless passion for... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published February 26, 1997

    Pressed on clear vinyl with a '50s-style picture sleeve, Tip Top is the first 45 local rockers the Sugar King Boys have recorded for Denver-based... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published February 26, 1997

    Lost at Sea Early Saturday morning, Feb. 15, DJ party promoters Nomad Interactive hosted "Splish," a Valentine's Day cruise held aboard the vessel... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published February 19, 1997

    Whew! Already four years have passed since Bondage A Go-Go first opened its leather-clad doors. Purists said that it would never last -- that the... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published February 19, 1997

    Rumors of Demise For several months now rumors regarding the state of financial affairs at the Trocadero have been flying. Of course, talk of... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published February 19, 1997

    During Valentine's weekend, hundreds of fetishy fiends converge on the city's only mixed safe-sex club, the Power Exchange, where they may relish... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published February 12, 1997

    Nothing like Valentine's Day to remind you of all the losers who have paraded through your life under the guise of love. Good thing you're living... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published February 12, 1997

    Disclaimer Riff Raff intends (in part) to provide Bay Area musicians and fans with a space for their news, stories, and anecdotes. This can... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published February 12, 1997

    February sunlight finally triumphs over the anemic fog bank that has hung over the Russian Center for most of the morning. Gathered on the... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published February 5, 1997

    Slap and Tickle Punk rock is fast approaching middle age. It was only a matter of time before spikey-haired yobs were touting the benefits of air... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published February 5, 1997

    Richard Buckner said once that he was as likely to head a klezmer band as a country band, it just depended on the musicians he was with at the... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published January 29, 1997

    The long-awaited grand opening of "Stinky's Peepshow" promises even more than the name might suggest -- if that is possible. Sure, there will be... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published January 29, 1997

    The Mighty Donut said, "Let there be Snack Rock!" And there was Snack Rock. It was good, but still there were those who ignored the truth and... More >>

  • Samples

    published January 29, 1997

    Turn a Blind Eye Thunder Winkie are playing next week at the Paradise Lounge! And, by some stroke of booking genius, they are playing not... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published January 22, 1997

    We have seen the evolution of Henry Rollins from angry, young, punk vocalist to angrier, not-so-young, punk poet and publisher. The evolution is... More >>

  • Samples

    published January 22, 1997

    Boom-Boom Boomerang Two weeks ago, Boomerang, Haight Street's only surviving live music venue, began running large ads that read "Despite... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published January 22, 1997

    The Chameleon has the hush of a library. The cozy bar area is packed with the usual beer swillers, but absent are the normal raucous ramblings and... More >>

  • Samples

    published January 15, 1997

    In Memoriam The East Bay music community was shocked and appalled last month when David Nadel, owner and founder of Ashkenaz, the... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published January 15, 1997

    A group of sharply dressed clubsters gathers in the alleyway behind Cat's Grill & Alley Club. Looking alternately casual and eager, they wait to... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published January 15, 1997

    "Inability is often the mother of restriction ... and restriction is the great mother of inventive performance." So says German-born Holger... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published January 8, 1997

    New Year's Eve day finds the sweeping concrete stairs of Grace Cathedral scattered with an odd assortment of people: gray-haired couples bundled... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published January 8, 1997

    Los Straitjackets are proud to know them, Dan Aykroyd once hired them, and the Reverend Horton Heat thinks they are amazing. Who are they? you... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published January 1, 1997

    Shane Trundle, a sharply dressed 42-year-old investment broker, makes his way to a long table at the back of the Center for the Arts' Yerba Buena... More >>

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