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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover September 7-20, 1998

Features: S.F. Fashions
On the street with real people and the fall fashions of San Francisco's designers.

Scene That: Millie chats with a 'Sid-Vicious' Super Shuttle driver.

Job Interview: Reading between the lines with the newspaper man.

Tara's Advice: Tara on affirmations.

Get Smart: A glimpse of fame at The Learning Annex.

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A Cozy Mix: Sweaters are the quintessence of form and function.

Off the Cuff: What's with the capri pant and cuffs craze?

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

Real Art: Fags are artistic, and homophobes have a strong work ethic.

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Fringe Binge: Artistic anarchy at the San Francisco Fringe Festival.

Genealogies of a Crime: A Fringe Fest artist looks for San Francisco solace after her role in a notorious murder case.

Making a Killing in Comedy: Killing My Lobster duo Marc Vogl and Paul Charney produce shows with manic vignettes that are alternately deadpan and screwball.

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True Confessions: The Fray is a Web site full of personal narratives, but its stories aren't just the random spewing of wired neurotics.

Book Picks: Brief reviews of The Revisionist and Stigmata.

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Gender Con-'fusion': asia sf's ladies-in-waiting dish out Cal-Asian goodies.

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Music Picks: Brief reviews of the latest CDs by Lewis Parker and various artists.

Top of the World: High society and Indulgence at the Starlight Room.

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

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Heartbreak Chowder: Next Stop Wonderland director Brad Anderson does for Beantown cinema what Woody Allen did for the Big Apple in film.

Film Picks: Brief reviews of Pecker, Simon Birch and Rounders.


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