March 20, 2000|
Puff Mammy? Peachy's Puffs ride the line between selling and being sold.
Job Interview: As the proprietor of the Michael Bruno store, Lou Briasco will help you select luggage, picture frames, clocks and more.
One Card Monte: Oral Compulsive.
Friday Nights: The Cookie Monster.
Tara's Advice: Pants on Fire!
Urban Libations: For a decade we've looked to the far past for alcoholic inspiration. But with a baby millennium, who still wants to drink like a grown-up?
Toy Story: Drinks, dates and stock options for our Dotcom dynamo.
The Nose Knows: Whether outré or ooh la la, this season's fragrances pack a punch you know where.
Concrete Runway: Tee Cardaci at Laguna & Octavia.
Styling With Stila: Michael Burke gives good face at Nordstrom.
Statue of Limitations: This year's Oscar nominations reward mainstream predictability.
Film Picks: Reviews of 'Shampoo,' 'Night Train to Munich/Till We Meet Again' and 'Beyond the Mat.'
Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more.
The Young Man and the Sea: Swimming in seaweed, South of Market.
Belgian Waffling: The political and the personal merge (with difficulty) in 'The Catastrophist.'
Book Picks: Reviews of 'Starstruck' and 'Cuss Control.'
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