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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover June 29-July 12, 1998

Features:
Wisdom From Above

Notorious Lollapalooza bad-boy Perry Farrell finds inspiration from the rock & roll rabbi.

Wharf Watch: Turbo ride, baby.

Millie's Map: Millie discovers disco's Mecca.

Job Interview: Ever wonder what it's like to sell porn?

Tara's Advice: Getting caught cheating.

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Home Grown: The latest in hemp-based body care.

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

Concrete Runway: Jenn Sunflower-Fish at 16th and Valencia.

Real Art: Unflattering imitations of corporate ads.

Adverteasing: Fashion ads venture into the Bi-Files.

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Wise Fool: An interview with James Urbaniak, star of Hal Hartley's indie epic, Henry Fool.

Movie Madness: Quirky Brainwash Movies Festival showcases over 50 short films and videos.

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Blagging and Boasting: Massive Attack, Tricky and the Bristol Sound.

Spin Cycle: Going for Baroque with Black Diamond.

Poly Rhythms: San Francisco DJ Polywog talks about her long, strange trip from Juilliard to Lollapalooza.

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

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Culinary Confusion: What's the difference between Firewood, Firefly and Flytrap?

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Fame Drain: Dirt and drivel in celebrities' kids memoirs.


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