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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover April 3, 2000

Cover: Throwing 'Pie'
Madonna's 'American Pie' and the day her music died.

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Techsploitation: Beyond the Valley of the Silicon.

Digimonde: Fliptomania's flip books are a 10-second thrill.

Job Interview: Art department manager Goose Ramirez pushes the envelope and keeps the troops smiling over at Mondomedia.

One Card Monte: Tryst of Fate.

Friday Nights: Mr. Right On.

Tara's Advice: Tara leaves for greedier pastures.

Urban Libations: The oft-maligned Tequiza offers a new boost for your buck.

Virtual Decadence: The Diva meets the International Man of Mystery.

Crémè Fresh: Sothys' skin care is peaches and cream without the calories.

Concrete Runway: Leo Don Walker III at Haight & Ashbury.

Laser Lightening: The latest advances in cosmetic dentistry are positively blinding.

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The Sixties Sense: 'Waking the Dead' is an unusual political ghost story.

Film Picks: Reviews of 'American Psycho,' 'Megacities' and 'Rules of Engagement.'

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Dedicated to the Groove: After 10 years, Ubiquity Records is finally everywhere.

Music Picks: Reviews of new CDs by the Pet Shop Boys, Madonna and Nilsson.

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

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Flower Power: Nasturtium's arrival recalls the rite of spring.

Zany ZinZanni: Teatro ZinZanni performs culinary feats that defy gravity.

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Undiscovery: Artificial artifacts comprise 'Jumbo's Hide, Elvis' Ride and the Tooth of Buddha.'

Book Picks: Reviews of 'The Unburied' and 'Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford.'


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