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1998 Stories by Silke Tudor

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  • House of Tudor

    published September 2, 1998

    In 1966, Michigan's ? & the Mysterians topped the charts with "96 Tears" -- three chords, an organ, and a heck of an attitude. A few decades... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published September 2, 1998

    Who Do You Think We Are, 1998 They were there, 2,000 strong, to witness a sold-out Deep Purple and Emerson Lake & Palmer concert. Middle-aged... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published August 26, 1998

    Beat Nicks "I hate all those fucking wankers," says Aidan McManus with as much venom as a man can muster on a Sunday morning that follows a... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published August 26, 1998

    Absence of Alice Corey Mason has been easy to spot among the suit-and-tie lunchtime crowd striding around the Embarcadero. Wearing a large summer... More >>

  • House of Tudor

    published August 26, 1998

    It's been four long years since worshippers of The Billy Nayer Show have been supplied with fresh physical evidence of the San Francisco band's... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published August 19, 1998

    Queens of England This week, San Francisco was invaded. No one seemed to mind because everyone was far too amused. Eddie Izzard --... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published August 19, 1998

    Musik Thesis: Germany is kinder to S.F. music than even San Francisco is. Exhibit 838: Superstar. The German zine's ninth issue, which recently... More >>

  • House of Tudor

    published August 19, 1998

    In 1974, when I was a small child living in Bali, I remember running through the dusty streets of our village at dusk with a group of barefoot... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published August 12, 1998

    Good Clean Fun It looks like a typical fetish event at the Maritime Hall -- black leather, pale skin, young men on leashes -- but the night... More >>

  • House of Tudor

    published August 12, 1998

    As with most well-rooted denizens of tiki culture, the California Kid yearns for a mythical era when mixologists had to know two dozen different... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published August 12, 1998

    Strange Developments Nobody was more excited than Miami's DJ Infamous when the winners of the International Turntablists Federation were announced... More >>

  • Measure for Measure

    published August 12, 1998

    "Singer/songwriter." To many of us the words conjure up the nightmarish moment when your local watering hole is taken over by self-indulgent,... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published August 5, 1998

    The Thrill, the Agony Thirty-six-year old John Daniel came out of the closet while sitting inside a pleasant bar in Little Rock, Ark.,... More >>

  • House of Tudor

    published August 5, 1998

    There are a number of artists claiming to be the "Godfather of Ska," but Laurel Aitken is the real thing. Aitken -- born in Cuba in 1927 -- was... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published August 5, 1998

    Synchronized Pickaxes For 30 years the resilient songs of the Grateful Dead have repelled the assaults of hundreds of copycat jam bands, the... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published July 29, 1998

    The Anchor of Fifth Avenue In Oakland, under a new section of Interstate 880 and between a belching ironworks and an ill-looking glass... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published July 29, 1998

    Booster Roosters A hole was left in San Francisco's summer music schedule last year when Queenie Taylor, Bonnie Simmons, and SF Weekly Publisher... More >>

  • House of Tudor

    published July 29, 1998

    The GREEDY logo boldly printed next to the UPC symbol on the back of Blag Dahlia's first novel suggests the Dwarves' frontman may have discovered... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published July 22, 1998

    Summer in the City It's one of those very rare summer days without the slightest insinuation of a coastal breeze. At 6 in the evening, the... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published July 22, 1998

    Downsized On Wednesday morning, July 15, Annie O'Toole, longtime talent buyer at the Great American Music Hall, was informed by the five partners... More >>

  • House of Tudor

    published July 22, 1998

    In eighth grade there was nothing more exciting than loading up on squirt guns, white rice, and garter belts for midnight showings of The Rocky... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published July 15, 1998

    SOMA Cowboys A small, unruly crowd sits on barstools in the parking lot behind Slim's, cursing the sun for sliding around the corner and... More >>

  • House of Tudor

    published July 15, 1998

    Here comes another dose of that crazy Up Up Sound, that freaked-out psycho-surf groove perfected by those headhunting, hot rod-pushing traders of... More >>

  • Riff Raff

    published July 15, 1998

    The Latest From SOMA: Of Course! The Irish! Legislation before the S.F. supervisors could end the battle over the future of SOMA's 11th Street... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published July 8, 1998

    Two Fourths Despite the promise of sun on the Fourth of July, a heavy mist clings to the surface of Bolinas Lagoon, curling over the water... More >>

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