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1999 Stories by Silke Tudor

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  • The House of Tudor

    published July 7, 1999

    If the poppy seedpods and turn-of-the-century sedatives don't give away Jill Tracy's predilection, her song titles might. Certainly, "Evil Night... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published June 30, 1999

    The Demolition Expert When John Greenwood was 11 years old, his sister's boyfriend took him to a stock car race near their small hometown... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published June 30, 1999

    Hobo history is primarily an oral tradition and hobo scrivening only emerged as an abstruse order of symbols to alert, welcome, and direct fellow... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published June 23, 1999

    And So On We were solemnly advised to fill our gas tanks in Maxwell. We peel our sticky city-white thighs off the bench seat and tumble out... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published June 23, 1999

    The Black Heart Procession tramps through winding tunnels littered with moribund carousels and withering belles, over slipping time and... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published June 16, 1999

    Lost in Lost Vegas Anyone who spends any time with Chicken John is compelled to accept certain laws of serendipity -- "Something will... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published June 16, 1999

    This item is only for folks without jobs or other absurd obligations: Throw your sleeping bag, a bottle of bug spray, and several cases of beer... More >>

  • It's a Ring Thing

    published June 16, 1999

    Last year's Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth wasn't. Sure, the tall man was very tall and the small man was very small,... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published June 9, 1999

    Bars 1100 Club 1100 Polk (at Post), 771-2022 You can't get any closer to the Polk Street rough trade than in this small,... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published June 9, 1999

    Thee Headcoatees are to Thee Headcoats as the Milkboilers are to the Milkshakes and the Delmonas are to Thee Mighty Caesars -- a female-driven... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published June 2, 1999

    A Basic Framework Until recently, people in this part of the world defined themselves more by their fetishes than their jobs. In... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published June 2, 1999

    With Mike Meyers dressing the cover of this month's GQ and Rolling Stone, we knew it was only a matter of time before the creator of Austin Powers... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published May 26, 1999

    Training When just a wee, bitty miscreant, I began craving a more southerly climate, one where women wrapped their limbs in little more... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published May 26, 1999

    To the casual observer, all scooterists buzzing around town in stovepipe pants and wraparound shades might be part of a single supportive scooter... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published May 19, 1999

    Insidious harassment, inscrutable bureaucracy, and abrupt club closures produce frustrated outrage and despairing queasiness, sensations with... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published May 12, 1999

    Open for Business The compassionate, authoritative voice of KQED's Michael Krasny trickles through my somnolent clock-radio haze: "People... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published May 12, 1999

    This Grand National Banjo Champion displayed more than chops on his three highly innovative solo bluegrass projects for Rounder, but just as... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published May 5, 1999

    Sure Better There's something about horseplayers that sets them apart from other vassals of Lady Luck. They study equine bloodlines and... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published May 5, 1999

    I try not to use this space for grumbling. So what can I say about Mike Ness' solo album Cheating at Solitaire? Well, it is most definitely Mike... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published April 28, 1999

    Earth Day on the Bay Twenty-four folks gather in a loose circle on an observation point overlooking Arrowhead Marsh, examining maps and... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published April 28, 1999

    Long before Talvin Singh was applauded for integrating his musical heritage into club culture DJ Cheb i Sabbah had been uniting songs by tempo... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published April 21, 1999

    Tea and Strumpets It's a lazy Sunday-like Saturday afternoon, one of those early springtime days of warmth that make Northern Californians... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published April 21, 1999

    When William S. Burroughs passed over, San Francisco had already expended itself on the memory of beat poet Allen Ginsberg. And since Burroughs... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published April 14, 1999

    Silke in Overland Alice thought she had never seen such a curious croquet-ground in all her life: it was all ridges and furrows: the... More >>

  • The House of Tudor

    published April 14, 1999

    He may look like a hippie, but Baby Gramps is actually a well-intentioned mountain man who's come down to the city to offer the friendly folk an... More >>

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