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  • House Of Tudor

    published August 30, 2000

    In the mid-1950s, Ramblin' Jack Elliott busked his way across Europe, outfitted in a Stetson hat, cowboy boots, and a pair of worn Levi's, the... More >>

  • Packing 'Em In

    published August 23, 2000

    On one of the few remaining dark stretches of 16th Street, a group of flamboyant underground opera patrons offers a ridiculous backdrop for the... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published August 23, 2000

    Set against the harrowing backdrop of Mexico City, William S. Burroughs' Queer follows the sexual obsession of "William Lee" for a... More >>

  • Fear and Flying

    published August 16, 2000

    Sam Keen -- a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, best-selling author of books such as Fire in the Belly, and former consulting editor for... More >>

  • Holy Captain Independence!

    published August 9, 2000

    In a narrow, dark alley, somewhere South of Market, a small band of superheroes rubs uneasy elbows with a tangle of supervillains awaiting... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published August 9, 2000

    Being a member of the Bamana, descendants of a Malian warrior clan, Rokia Traoré is not constrained by the shrill griotte tradition... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published August 2, 2000

    In a city desperate for creative outlets and support, I must applaud the tenacious. After a conflict with Noise Pop caused the cancellation of... More >>

  • Bang, Bang,

    published July 26, 2000

    When anyone attempts to break the "gangbang" world record, certain inevitable questions arise: What sort of books does she read? What sort of lube... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published July 19, 2000

    It feels like the San Francisco equivalent of a Hollywood insider party: Everyone is dressed to the nines and conversations are carried in tones... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published July 19, 2000

    For a whimsical moment, I imagined the Hammertoes had slipped into my room to catch the music that leaks out of my dreams, distilling it... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published July 12, 2000

    Current EventsThere was an era through which 4 o'clock in the morning seemed a perfectly reasonable time to leave the house: Certain... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published July 12, 2000

    Blood and Butter Productions has decided to indulge all the little kinderwhores and Japanese pop culture fetishists who love it with "Kitty... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published July 5, 2000

    The city is spacious today, with the wind tearing down the sidewalks like an unfettered child and the clouds hanging close like an obtrusive aunt... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published July 5, 2000

    Just as renowned Brazilian guitarist and singer João Gilberto transformed the samba into the cooler, jazzier bossa nova in the early '60s,... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published June 28, 2000

    My hallway closet can fetch $200 a month on today's rental market. No joke. I've actually been offered that much. There is, after all, a little... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published June 28, 2000

    On the Murder City Devils' last album, Empty Bottles and Broken Hearts, explosive singer/lyricist Spencer Moody... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published June 21, 2000

    It's a little awkward wandering through the broad light of summer in a full-length evening dress and combat boots, carrying a portable minibar and... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published June 21, 2000

    Long before "Night Crawler" had taken it's first timid pokes San Francisco's intimate nooks and crannies, there was "Slap Shots," Jack Boulware's... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published June 14, 2000

    The lights are blinding and the arena is ominous, 48 square feet surrounded by 19-foot-tall walls made of 1-inch polycarbonate. The crowd is... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published June 14, 2000

    With The Leisure Experiment, the Tiki Tones have launched their seaside guitars into a futuristic Jetsons stratosphere filled... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published May 31, 2000

    It can still happen: You're strolling around the city on a pleasant spring afternoon, not expecting anything out of the ordinary, proffering... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published May 31, 2000

    Started by young Mississippi blues critic Matthew Johnson, Fat Possum Records was set up as an authentic retort to the slick, white-boy bullshit... More >>

  • Night Crawler

    published May 24, 2000

    A sepulcher is a burial vault or tomb, most widely popularized by Jesus Christ. Sepulchritude is the morbidly biased, highly attitudinal Web site... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published May 24, 2000

    The tradition of the tarantella stretches back to Dionysian rites of ancient Greece, during which feverish women would run through the streets,... More >>

  • Going Pubic

    published May 24, 2000

    Last year, the final death match between the Phantom Surfers and the Aquamen resulted in one band being barred from the stage and the other being... More >>

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