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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover February 15, 1999

Features: Tongues in Chic
Spoken word artists march to a new Beat, reflecting what goes on in SF today--not what was happening 50 years ago to that other generation.

Tara's Advice: Tara's tips on spotting teases.

SFupernatural: SF mystic Ciall Austell channels the artist Miró among others.

1:15: Gossip columnist C. Silo.

Frisco Utopia: Hank Hyena muses about pies on the fly.

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Heavenly Hybrid: El Stew's sizzling recipe of old school, hip-hop, electro and drum 'n' bass.

Noise Pop Tip Sheet: Jeff Stark handicaps the Noise Pop lineup.

Music Picks: Reviews of the latest CDs by Amber Asylum and various artists.

Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more.

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Mirror Mirror: SF MOMA exhibit holds up a surreal mirror to womanhood.

Urban Retreat: A visit to the day spa.

Miss Pinkie Shears: The debonair miss gives her fashion advice.

Concrete Runway: Dara at Nob Hill.

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The Changeling: The Brandon Teena Story examines the tragic end of a Nebraska gender-blender.

Film Picks: Reviews of The General, The Witchmaker a.k.a. The Legend of Witch Hollow and Peeping Tom.

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Pop Art: Getting on the bus with Popcorn Theater.

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Aw Shucks!: Michael Stabile considers the oyster.

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Silicon Suspense: Joe Hutsko, author of The Deal, found that sometimes business imitates art.

Book Picks: Reviews of the latest books by Martin Amis, Laura Kasischke and Chimo.


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