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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

June 15-28, 1998

Features: Cabaret Culture
San Francisco's underground cabarets are twisted talent shows for a city full of twisted talent.

Wharf Watch: Is it one of the world's most popular tourist destinations or a freak of nature?

Real Art: A survey of music market art.

Millie's Map: Millie cruises the stacks.

Job Interview: Step back to San Francisco's long-gone musical heyday at John Lee Hooker's Boom Boom Room.

Read2Win: A reading comprehension contest.

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Modern Must-Haves: At Junebug there is at least one of every wardrobe essential for sophisticated modern females.

Hair Trends: From runway to reality.

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

Concrete Runway: Lance Victor-Reeze at Gough and Hayes.

Line Dancing: A rave revue at MOMA celebrated the master of street art.

Boudoir Babes: Artist Teresa Moore paints racy flappers and dissolute showgirls.

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Whit and Wisdom: Whit Stillman focuses on the foibles of young elites in The Last Days of Disco.

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Shock of the New: Bay Area creative music venues search for new sounds.

What's in a Band Name?: Garbage's second album, Version 2.0, is only slightly likable.

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

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Eat Smart: At the Pacific, in the Pan-Pacific Hotel, it's the little touches that make the restaurant special.

Sweets and Spices: For Indian food, Tandoor-E-Taj is the place.

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Dirty Girls: Lesbian porn zine On Our Backs is back on the stands.

Book Picks: Brief reviews of The Queen of Whale Cay and The Student Body.


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