August 10-23, 1998|
Features: Electronic Dreams
Filmmaker Iara Lee explores the high-tech dreams of global teen culture.
Millie's Map: Square (dance) doesn't necessarily mean straight any more.
Job Interview: The man who picks the paints for SF's painted ladies.
Tara's Advice: Tara on fusion religions.
'Synergy' Killed the Radio Star: Everyone knows what "buzz" is--but what is 'synergy'?
Record Makers: An exhibit at 871 Fine Arts tracks artists' work in the era of vinyl albums.
Renegade Art: Works of art fly free in a zine and art exhibit.
Real Art: Stop with the 'Stop' signs.
Proof It: Let them eat cookies?
Tweezed Is Out: Raising brow consciousness.
Miss Pinkie Shears: The debonair miss gives her fashion advice.
Concrete Runway: Cynthia Collins on the Lower Haight.
Girls on Film: Susan Skoog's Whatever goes back to the '80s to explore the universal dilemmas of growing up female.
Audio Alchemy: The E-Team's rhythm schemes put new life in the most mundane rock and pop.
Beastie Masterings: The Beastie Boys' latest is more of the same, but that's good news for fans.
Club Guide: A week's worth of hot night-clubbing.
Dine and Shine: Restaurant reviewer Paul Adams offers tips on how to be a courteous customer.
Steamed Dumplings of Bird, Bean or Pig: A recipe by 'Dr. P.'
Writer Watering Holes: Where the literati get liquored up.
Heat Wave: Sex symbol Joe Dallesandro writes about his career as an underground film star in Warhol's Factory.
All About Face: The Artfull Circle unleashes their camp sensibility on an obvious target.
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