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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover September 27, 1999

Cover: Style Counsel
High-end fashion mavens discuss the secrets of sartorial success.

House of Cards: Tarot readings on the mayoral election.

Job Interview: Performers Donna Truax and Melody Hultgren set the night on fire.

Tara's Advice: Tune out, turn off and drop in to the in-crowd.

Frisco Utopia: Hank Hyena's latest innovations elevate the City's child care.

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Gallery Fix: Get your groove and your culture on at downtown's 'First Thursdays.'

Indian Ink: Ancient art and modern girls meet in henna tattooing.

Concrete Runway: Rebecca Watkins at Haight & Clayton.

Sew What?: The little-known A Motion Studio creates one-of-a-kind pieces for designer clients.

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Super 8 Serenade: Indie auteur Danny Plotnick discusses the joys of low-budget filmmaking.

Geezer Meets Girl: Winter comes early in the May-December romance of 'Guinevere.'

Film Picks: Reviews of 'American Beauty,' 'Nightmare Alley' and the Tiki Film Festival.

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Behind the Music: Beneath Red Meat's twangy exterior lies a history of addiction and recovery.

Music Picks: Reviews of the latest CDs by Filter, The Get Up Kids and Muse.

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

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Shanghai Surprised: Shanghai 1930 proves there's more to China than takeout cartons.

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Pretty Wombyn: Laura Hendrie's 'Remember Me' proves to be as touching as it is unhip.

Book Picks: Reviews of 'The Tracey Fragments' and 'Girls on the Verge: Debutante Dips, Gang Drive-bys, and Other Initiations.'


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