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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover August 30, 1999

Cover: Top Shelf
We pass out our numbers, overtip and occasionally spill our drinks on them: the city's top bartenders.

House of Cards: House of Cards offers advice to the musicmakers.

Tara's Advice: Tara defends the chill pill.

Frisco Utopia: Chasing the call of the wild.

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A Spa's Odyssey: Bavarian baths to soothe urban decay.

Concrete Runway: Dana Peter Powras at the Civic Center.

Cookoo for Lulu: How to turn a hausfrau into a home chef in 30 seconds.

Visual Arts Picks: Reviews of 'Machines of Metal and Light,' 'The Bay Area Awards Show' and 'Looking Glass.'

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Siamese Sins: 'Twin Falls Idaho' recounts an odd and inconvenient love story.

Women on the Verge: Ariella Ben-Dov of MadCat on starting your own film festival.

Film Picks: Reviews of 'The Flame' and 'City That Never Sleeps,' 'The Adventures of Sebastian Cole' and 'Pizzicata.'

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Java Jive: Kofy Brown's blend of funk, rock and soul reinvigorates the East Bay.

Music Picks: Reviews of the latest CDs by Bis, Bobby Matos and the Afro Latin Jazz Ensemble and Méshell Ndegéocello.

Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more.

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In the Raw: A quick taste of the uncooked and living-food movement .

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Novel Technologies: The virtual world of online technology provides fertile literary ground.

Surveying Silicon Valley: Valley-boy Po Bronson's odd tales from the South Bay.

Book Picks: Reviews of 'The Rolling Stone Book of the Beats' and 'All the Wrong Men and One Perfect Boy.'


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