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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

April 20-May 3, 1998

Features: Naked Truth
Photographer Jock Sturges tells Metropolitan that obscenity is in the eye of the beholder.

Adverteasing: Antidepressant as metaphor, therapeutic benefit as enticement.

Millie's Map: Scoring after-hours munchies.

Job Interview: Beneath the squeaky-clean exterior of this accountant lurks a skanky, beer-swilling musician.

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Phat Farm's Polyrhythms: All-ages parties are uncommon in San Francisco, but that's what makes the electric enthusiasm animating the young crowd at Tableturns so rare.

Pulp Power: Can the irony age finally be at an end? England's Pulp bucks the electronica craze on This Is Hardcore.

Club Guide: A week's worth of hot night-clubbing.

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Rescue Me: Rx for stressed skin.

Miss Pinkie Shears: The debonair miss gives her fashion advice.

Concrete Runway: Denise Johnson in Hayes Valley.

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Wang's World: SF director shows off a new box of tricks.

Flick Picks: Select highlights of this year's San Francisco International Film Festival.

Go East, Young Man: Oscar winner Mike van Diem mixes Horatio Alger with Dostoyevsky in Karakter.

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Sprinkle Onscreen: Former porn star and prostitute Annie Sprinkle is coming to a theater near you with her show Herstory of Porn--Reel to Real.

Scots Tales: ACT's production of Mary Stuart shows it's not easy being a queen.

Creepy Carnival: Popcorn's interactive, site-specific show is a mixture of vaudeville and street theater.

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Bar Fare: A smattering of night spots lay out spreads to satiate the late-night munchies.

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Extreme Marketing: Joe Quirk's roller-blading thriller reads like a Mountain Dew commercial.


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