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Features: Tales From a Taxi
The Metropolitan writers and photographer/taxi driver Greg Roden chronicle life in San Francisco cabs.

Gold Medals: Medallion owners have a ticket to drive, not a free ride.

Taxi Rides: Tales of cab drivers from the rear view.

Ten-Hour Days: Drivers peg fares before they climb in the back seat.

Sins of Our Passengers: Sometimes you don't want to know what goes on back there.

Blow by Blow: The social mores of oral sex.

Millie's Map: Millie goes for a ride on the new E-train shuttle.

Job Interview: An interrogation with robbery inspector Michael Maloney.

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Men in Dresses: Skirting the issue of sexy male apparel.

Males Do Nails: More straight guys are getting into colored nail polish.

Revolutionary Style: MAC (Modern Appeal Clothing) dresses the new avant-garde.

Concrete Runway: Coran Beck at Gough and Hayes streets.

Cash Cabs: Taxis top the advertising heap.

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Deep-sea Diva: Latina comedian Marga Gomez shares the screen with Sharon Stone in Sphere.

Gun Points: Film director John Sayles talks about the making of Men With Guns.

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Blind Fury: Third Eye Blind's Stephan Jenkins has a bone to pick with everyone.

Freaks on Fridays: When the jeans-and-T-shirt crowd gets funky with Marilyn Manson imitators and drag queens, it's cause for celebration.

Club Guide: A week's worth of hot, gay-friendly clubbing.

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Deadly Dessert: Fleur de Lys' coconut pineapple meringue cream cake is more than just lean cuisine.

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Past, Present & Future: Theatre Artaud's veteran choreographer Duncan Macfarland embarks on a tour of the early Middle Ages.

Cold Discomfort: David Mauriello's insipid drama Come in From the Rain makes El Niño seem like a wet dream.


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