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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover August 1997

Features:
Too Cool to Care

San Francisco is a city that defies fashion trends. Or is it just the worst dressed city around?

At Bimbo's and Eleven, you couldn't throw a rock without hitting a beautiful person. Not that you'd want to.

Plus, real people photographed at two S.F. parties; what the tourists are wearing in S.F.; anatomy of a fashion magazine cover; and where to find locally designed fashion in the city.

The Durst of Times: There must be 50 ways to spend $2.8 billion.

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Yuppie Pizza: Updating a classic or committing culinary genocide?

The Good Life: Life, love, fun and games in postwar S.F.

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Stump the Clerks: Just how good are San Francisco's independent video stores?

Fishes Story: Director Finn Taylor dreams with fishes and dances with Hollywood.

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Way of the Weird: The Gun and Doll Show mixes rock with (ulp!) performance art.

Radio Silence: Morning show host Darian O'Toole outlives Alex Bennett, but not by long.

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Midnight's Children at Fifty: Like India itself, the Desai sisters' mural at the Asian Art Musuem is a work in progress.

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Treading the Boardroom: Rather than quitting their day jobs, Bay Area performers find unusual ways to make theater pay.


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