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2001 Stories by Silke Tudor

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  • House Of Tudor

    published May 30, 2001

    Aahh, Mike Hunt Publishing. Home to the sadistic and deranged; defender of the derelict and degrading; stalwart foe of political correctness,... More >>

  • Medium, Well Done

    published May 23, 2001

    If you've grown up along the California coastline, it's a safe bet that you've had some sort of psychic interlude: Someone's read your aura, your... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published May 23, 2001

    I'm uncomfortable with sadness -- not other people's sadness, but my own. So it's understandable that Casiotone for the Painfully Alone... More >>

  • Study Thrall

    published May 16, 2001

    Study Thrall As a child, I dreamt that I was searching for the beginning of the universe, not the theoretical beginning but a physical hem in... More >>

  • Good Things

    published May 16, 2001

    On A Blackout to Remember the Starvations lace up their garage rock boxing gloves with spaghetti western minor keys and the gothic... More >>

  • May Flowers

    published May 9, 2001

    Long before May Day was established as International Workers' Day, the first week in May was set aside for outdoor festivities and the... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published May 9, 2001

    I have a little gray-feathered bird. She doesn't like music much. Actually, she yells at my stereo, clinging to the roof of her cage with her... More >>

  • More Is Moore

    published May 2, 2001

    Thursday nights at Kimo's usually draw a small and sundry crowd that is uniquely receptive to the whims of "Hex Appeal" promoter and... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published April 25, 2001

    On last year's Cantigas de Santa Maria, the French ensemble Alla Francesca meticulously interpreted 17 pieces from the... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published April 18, 2001

    In 1998, Cory McAbee presented a script -- or, rather, an elaborate sachet of paintings, sketches, and outlandish dialogue -- to the Sundance... More >>

  • Le Rouge et le Velours Noir

    published April 11, 2001

    At the turn of the last century, Le Moulin Rouge was the most famous dance hall in Paris. Located in the seamy and sordid Montmartre... More >>

  • Dumb for a Day

    published April 4, 2001

    God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise .... -- 1 Corinthians 1:27 The Fool is the opening card in... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published April 4, 2001

    In 1998, when Olu Dara released his succulent debut album In the World: From Natchez to New York, he was best known as a... More >>

  • PeopleCards: Sell 'Em, Trade 'Em

    published March 28, 2001

    I am not a natural collector. As a child I had a number of stuffed animals, a large but incomplete set of Star Wars trading cards,... More >>

  • A Sense of Discovery

    published March 21, 2001

    When I was a small child, I stumbled on a simple game of sensory deception while carrying a mirror from one room to another. If I gazed only at... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published March 21, 2001

    I've never really considered the Devil-Ettes to be a burlesque troupe -- more of a landlocked synchronized-swimming team with an eye for fashion... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published March 14, 2001

    Did you ever wonder what happened to Roland Gift, the soulful beauty who led Fine Young Cannibals to international acclaim in 1989 and then... More >>

  • S.F. Mush

    published March 7, 2001

    On Saturday morning in Anchorage, Alaska, the ceremonial starting leg of the 29th Alaskan Iditarod is cut from 20 to 11 miles due to icy... More >>

  • Knowing Thyself in San Jose

    published February 28, 2001

    Childhood curiosity led me to consider a number of esoteric subjects. In my general readings -- which whirled around subjects such as the tarot,... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published February 28, 2001

    According to its tag line, the award-winning cable access show Reality Check (Saturday night at 11:30 p.m. on Channel 29) is "the... More >>

  • Tudor's House

    published February 21, 2001

    Rising from the same musical substratum that spawned the Bad Livers, the Old 97's, and Sixteen Horsepower, the Gourds have proven to be the... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published February 14, 2001

    In what sounds like the warm quietude of early afternoon, when morning chores have ended and preparations for dinner have not yet begun, a woman... More >>

  • S.F. Pyrotechnica

    published February 7, 2001

    Most American kids have an indelible memory of their first intimate brush with firecrackers: heart racing as we handle the colorfully patterned... More >>

  • House Of Tudor

    published February 7, 2001

    The origin of Valentine's Day is said to have its roots in the Roman feast of Lupercalia, a pagan love festival held in tribute to Juno, the... More >>

  • I'll Have Popcorn, and 36 Hours on a Bus

    published January 31, 2001

    Twice a month, for the past two and a half years, foolhardy theatergoers and bold dilettantes have gathered at dusk on the corner of 16th and... More >>

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