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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover March 6, 2000

Cover: Marin Whirled
Yes, there is culinary life on the far side of the Golden Gate Bridge.

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On the Town: Golden Boy laments the sorry state of his tarnished checking account.

Paperoni: Stage caricaturist Ennio Marchetto and his cutouts send up all manner of celebrity.

Job Interview: The soul of graciousness, the elegant Jessica Clark decants both wine and wisdom.

One Card Monte: Gym Dandy?

Friday Nights: Our newest social butterfly dates a potted-Ivy pizza boy.

Tara's Advice: Genie with a Bottle.

Urban Libations: Forget Elián, let's free the mojito!

Fashion Forward: Stop pinching those cheeks--there's an easier way to get this season's staple.

Wax on, Wax off: Beauty takes a trip to Brazil.

Concrete Runway: Olivia Christine Ferucci at 71 Haight.

Lisa Says: Teensy electric T-shirts reel in the glitter years.

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Film Festival Ping-Pong: Metropolitan cans Cannes and heads to Rotterdam and Sundance instead.

Film Picks: Reviews of 'A Moment of Innocence/The Silence,' 'Orphans' and the Columbia Pictures' 76th Anniversary celebration.

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Sugar Sacked: Takako Minekawa hits the downbeat with 'Fun 9.'

Music Picks: Reviews of new CDs by D'Angelo and TAM!, and the 'Magnolia' soundtrack.

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

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Suspect Devices: 'Explosive Acts' paints a potent portrait of an absinthian art world.

Book Picks: Reviews of 'Altar Ego' and 'Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams.'

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Multi Medea: Working Women Festival IV issues more gynophilic delights.


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