For the Month of July 1997|
Summer's here, the clubs, theaters and restaurants beckon, and ... aw, forget it. Why not stay home instead?
The Durst of Times: No tolerance, please, we're southern baptists.
Coronary Street: Efforts afoot to make S.F. biking a little easier.
Enter Stage Right: Gracie's mixes an oddly theatrical theme with its cuisine.
The Good Life: Communing with the Grape, and each other, at a wine tasting.
Worst Verse: Ouch! Some of this poetry makes Helen Steiner Rice's Hallmark card verse read like Allen Ginsberg.
Watch Out, Willie: D.C.'s Capitol Steps are coming to S.F., and they're bringing their sharp-edged political satire with them.
Don't Fear the Reaper: Carrie Nardello's grim art has gone gentle.
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