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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover April 17, 2000

Cover: Fashion Regime
Gearing up for getting some.

You've Come A Long Way, Baby! A century of fashion innovation, novelty and faux pas.

Couture Club: Ripping San Francisco fashion to shreds.

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Work: Women like me exist.

Haute Risk: Clothes that give new meaning to the phrase 'to die for.'

Vive La Guerre! Not your father's military surplus uniform.

Deviant Behavior: Liquid Latex--fashion that sticks to your ribs.

Gothagon: Summoning South of Market's inevitable Caligari.

Global Fashion: Forget the Avon Lady, go for trash!

Caught in the Web: Keyword: Bitch.

Pucker Up: With this selection of lipsticks, you can put your money where your mouth is.

Urban Libations: Laphroaig distiller Iain Henderson waits 12 years to souse you.

Virtual Decadence: The Diva plunges into a wholesome experience.

Concrete Runway: Pamela Blue at 16th & King.

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International House: The San Francisco International Film Festival's back, and scarier than ever.

Degrees of Obsession: San Francisco International Film Festival programmer Peter Scarlet makes work more than a four-letter word.

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Hack or Pop Genius? Getting squishy with the legend, Ryuichi Sakamoto.

Music Picks: Reviews of new CDs by the MC5, Trinity and Cat Power.

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

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Bipolar Disorder: Gordon's hits the high and low notes with equal aplomb.

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Bit of a Come-on: Hitting the sheets with a safe new anthology, 'Getting It On.'

Book Picks: Reviews of 'Miss Wyoming' and 'Survivor.'


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