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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

June 1-14, 1998

Features: Gay Journalism
San Francisco's gay press struggles to serve its community.

Diva on Wheels: At 67, Ann Calvello, the reigning queen of Roller Derby, is still setting the pace for righteous babes.

Real Art: The scariest public "art" in the city.

Millie's Map: Millie boogies down with Keith Haring.

Job Interview: Columbarium groundskeeper adopts the living and the dead.

Read2Win: A reading comprehension contest.

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Skyscraper Style: SF designer Andrea Stiglitz's big-city sensibility.

Ooh La La: Nickel, a line of French beauty products for men, gives a guy a certain je ne sais quoi.

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

Concrete Runway: Bradford Noble at the Gasser parking lot, Second @ Howard.

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Plain White Rapper: Warren Beatty disses sellout boomers in Bulworth.

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Old School Style: An interview with Tyler Stone, the techie/diva known for her "shake your thing" sound.

Euphoric Bass: The heart and soul of Dubtribe is with house music's history.

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

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Francophile Food: Paul Adams tips his hat to the affordable French food at Chapeau!.

Classic Profiteroles: A recipe from the files of Paul Adams.

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Mama Said: Author Ariel Gore talks about The Hip Mama Survival Guide, a cheeky compendium of parenting wisdom.

Book Picks: Brief reviews of Brain Storm, For Your Own Good and Identity.

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Theater in Motion: Kinetic staging keeps The Baltimore Waltz moving.


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