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Dare Tabloid Reprint, February 1991

This is a reprint of the February 1991 Dare Tabloid, a vaguely monthly review and issues magazine about Jacksonville from the late 80s to the early 90s. In it are contained reviews of old theater shows, the full panorama of the nightclub scene, local issues and politicians and satirical essays. The February 1991 Issue was built around misadventures with an abnormally large group of neo nazis and skinheads which had formed in town, the ongoing controversy over the use of Tommy Hazouri's toupe as a mayoral campaign issue and how much livestock did it take before the area's finest hotels would cancel a reservation.

Published April 13, 2010 in History      11 Comments    Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article


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Magazine Cover



Ad for Shades Nightclub



Contributors Page



Table of Contents


Letter from the Editor.



Page 3.  Landscape Section



page 4.  Landscape Section, Tommy Hazouri, Ron Little Page and Betty Holzendorff



page 5.  Landscape Section, Radical Geezers For Peace



Page 6.  Mirror Section, Looking Towards the Future



Page 7.  Mirror Section



Page 9.  Mirror Section, I was a Teenage Nazi!



Page 10, Mirror Section, I Was a Teenage Nazi!



Page 11, Mirror Section, I Was a Teenage Nazi!


Page 12.  Mirror Section, I Was a Teenage Nazi!



Page 13.  Mirror Section, I Was a Teenage Nazi!



Page 14.  Love Children of the Young and Inexperienced



Page 15.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash



Page 16.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash, Pick Bartenders



Page 17.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash, How Much Livestock Does It Take?



Page 18.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash.  Dare Pool.



Page 19.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash.  Club Ratings



Page 20.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash.  Calender part 1



Page 21.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash.  Calender part 2



Page 22.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash.  Arson Suspect Toteboard



Page 23.  Crash Trash and Weekend Bash.  Scamquations



Page 24.  Parapsychology Report



Page 25.  Eminent Art Critics Revue



Page 26.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, The Way We Live Now



Page 27.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, Dancing In Drag



Page 28.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, Eleemosynary



Page 29.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, Streetcar Named Desire, Michael Emerson



Page 30.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, Contemporary Magnetic Arvid Smith



Page 31.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, The Grifters



Page 32.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, Meanwhile.....from the JSO



Page 33.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, Douglas Anderson Extravaganza



Page 34.  Eminent Art Critics Revue, Sculptors



Page 35.  Dominant Submissions.



Page 36.  Dominant Submissions.



Page 37.  Dominant Submissions.



Page 38.  Dominant Submissions.



Page 39.  Dominant Submissions.


Page 40.  The Subversive Report


Third Dimension Ad


Back Cover

Scans and graphics by Janice Price and Stephen Dare




























11 Comments

stephendare

April 13, 2010, 03:24:27 PM


This is the same Michael Emerson who presently stars as Ben on Lost.

stephendare

April 13, 2010, 03:28:54 PM
This one always tickled me.  It got reprinted multiple times in other publications.

fieldafm

April 13, 2010, 03:38:17 PM
Baha, Crawdady's, Shades... good bit of reminiscing going on right now  :)

Bill Ectric

April 13, 2010, 04:40:29 PM
Cows! Michael Emerson! I'm getting such a kick out of these old articles!

stephendare

April 13, 2010, 04:55:36 PM
Have you seen the one with Arvid Smith yet, Bill?

newzgrrl

April 13, 2010, 07:13:58 PM
Wow, this sends me back. Not that I was in town at the time: 1991 had me still overachieving at dear Lawtey Elementary School. But I had a radio and my grandparents' discarded day-old issues of the T-U. DJ Robert Goodman, Shades Nightclub, Baha, The Third Dimension and Tommy Hazouri ... ahhh, memories. Miss Garvin's symphony review was enchanting.

DavidWilliams

April 13, 2010, 10:58:59 PM
I was working at Regency Mall during this time range.Wow, East Side Mario's. I had completely forgotten that one. Did that go into the space that Houlihan's vacated? I do remember that it didn't last long. I worked at Dunderbaks  and remember going to get after work beers there.

Ocklawaha

April 13, 2010, 11:23:03 PM
How enlightening Stephen, guess I'll have to call all of my old girlfriends and tell them to cancel our reunion...  You know what we all used to sing about "B B" don't you??

"At night she gave homogenized
by day she gave pasteurized
Betsie the Heifer
The Queen of all the Cows!"


OCKLAWAHA

stephendare

April 14, 2010, 02:05:29 AM


Newzgrrl, I loved Miss Garvin's reviews deeply!

Bill Ectric

April 14, 2010, 09:24:54 AM
Stephen, if you are referring to the piece about the Jax Music Coalition, yes, I saw it.

I like how you don't show favoritism to any club or organization, even the supposedly "hip" ones, like the Einstein (and I loved the Einstein).

What I really liked was the DARE Arson Suspect Toteboard on Who Burned the Rave?  That was some good analytical forensics, there, I don't care who y'are.

And everything from Parapsychology to Cross-dressing... my God, is there any subject you didn't cover?

...hehehe...Betsy the heifer...   

stephendare

April 14, 2010, 11:24:25 AM
Deadgirlsdontdance and I have been cackling over the back issues,  She's gotten a bunch of them done, and I will be uploading more shortly!  Betsy the heifer rocks!

For some reason we covered Arvid a whole bunch back then.

And no we didnt recognize any differences at all between old and young, hip or square.  In fact we got a lot of mileage by reviewing First Baptist as a nightclub (it was the best place to get laid on Wednesday Night) and by being the first press in the city to cover the gay and lesbian clubs without any real comment.
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