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2001 Stories by Silke Tudor

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  • House Of Tudor

    published September 19, 2001

    As I write this, it's difficult to imagine folks looking for a night of entertainment. But the human psyche is astoundingly supple, and everyone... More >>

  • A Play in a Day

    published September 12, 2001

    "Welcome to DayTrippers IV!" shouts Bradford Cooreman, the 6-foot, 6-inch artistic director of the Rough Theater Company... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published September 12, 2001

    In Bubblegum Music Is the Naked Truth: The Dark History of Prepubescent Pop, From the Banana Splits to Britney Spears, editors Kim... More >>

  • The Lioness in Winter

    published August 29, 2001

    "She was the bad girl and I love that," says Ken Moore with the bright eyes and soft cadence of a boy from Tennessee. "Bigger than... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published August 29, 2001

    Since the 1998 release of the queerly confectionary, completely irresistible Kero! Kero! Kero!, eX-Girl has been stretching its... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published August 22, 2001

    The last thing any subversive, forward-thinking young artist wants to do is play music his elders would find appealing -- a toe-tapping grandma... More >>

  • Wings of Desire

    published August 15, 2001

    I dream of flying. I always have. Flying and war, oftentimes together. For me, sleep is not recreational: In sleep, I have become a fury inside a... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published August 15, 2001

    Rising from the sun-drenched industrial seaport of Marseilles, the Troublemakers create sepia-toned downtempo montages infused with the... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published August 8, 2001

    On the opening song of his eighth album, Scar, Joe Henry hunches down into the cool, dark, atmospheric jazz soundtrack like... More >>

  • Darwin Award Qualifying Trials

    published August 1, 2001

    I'm on my back. My body is straight and taut, more rigid than it should be. I tuck my chin into my chest and follow the line of sight down my... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published August 1, 2001

    Folks speak of Ruby as the solo project of Lesley Rankine, former frontwoman of Scottish noise-provocateurs Silverfish, but producer Mark... More >>

  • The Agony and the Ecstasy

    published July 25, 2001

    Torture (tor-chur) n. 1. the infliction of severe pain as a punishment or means of coercion. -- Oxford American... More >>

  • Scot to Be Interesting

    published July 18, 2001

    "I come for the games and stay for the ladies!" bellows Denlow Hunter, a dauntingly large 42-year-old Monte Sereno resident who's wearing... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published July 18, 2001

    Susanne Ofteringer's documentary Nico-Icon beautifully explored Nico's complicated personality and appeal, showing how she moved from... More >>

  • Knot Into Temptation

    published July 11, 2001

    "To me the simple act of tying a knot is an adventure in unlimited space." -- author Clifford W. Ashley in The Ashley Book... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published July 11, 2001

    Bruce Campbell's role as co- producer and star of the cult classic Evil Dead makes him a living legend. While he could've... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published July 4, 2001

    Where, oh where have all the darlings of "Club Darling" gone? Well, some of those sassy, shaggy, chic, corduroyed upstarts with an ear for all... More >>

  • Into the Crucible

    published June 27, 2001

    It is that socially awkward part of summer when dinnertime occurs during bright daylight hours and extravagant eveningwear appears gauche in the... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published June 27, 2001

    You spent countless hours of your youth perfecting Johnny Rotten's belligerent whine and lidless stare; you lost whole days improving Billy Idol's... More >>

  • Out of Santa Rosa

    published June 20, 2001

    The sun slides over the ocher grasslands, sinking behind hills dappled with crooked oak trees laced in pale green moss. As the ground cools, herds... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published June 20, 2001

    Despite Bill Callahan's enduring penchant for lingering in the slender crannies between indulgent ennui and debilitating melancholy, the new album... More >>

  • Bow and Arrow, Mind and Body

    published June 13, 2001

    For me, the bow has always been a provocative weapon. Something in the stillness and tension, the manner in which the archer's body must sit in... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published June 13, 2001

    The Foetus All Nude Revue abducted my teenage heart. With lyrics like "a woman's place is on my face" snarled in accordance with a... More >>

  • True Professions

    published June 6, 2001

    "We're all whores," argues Stacey Whitaker, a 26-year-old dance instructor standing outside the Roxie Cinema, where... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published June 6, 2001

    Cavalcade, the second offering from Chicago's Lonesome Organist, is indeed a procession. But rather than evoking stately... More >>

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