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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover October 19-November 1, 1998

Features: Straights Astray
Do straight guys really go to gay clubs to find available women?

Scene That: Millie takes a Sunday to house hunt.

Tara's Advice: Tara talks to Salvation Arnie.

Job Interview: An interview with a fantasy maker.

Border Patrol: Interview with a transplant to SF.

SFupernatural: Something smells weird at a gym.

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Mail Order Madness: Campy, goofy fun with the Mail Order Brides.

Fancy Footwork: Spa-quality items to treat your feet.

Wrap It Up: A wide world of fashion is only a click and drag away.

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

Concrete Runway: Topher Lewis on the street.

Adverteasing: TV isn't the only thing bad for you.

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Local Luminaries: Bay Area bands and musicians provide the San Francisco Jazz Festival with much of its texture.

Brain Teaser: DJ Spooky's deconstruction.

Society of the Spectacle: Michelle Goldberg discovers a different, darker scene at a Saturn9 party than is usually found in San Francisco.

Music Picks: Reviews of the latest CDs by Grooverider, Stereolab and various artists.

Club Guide: DJs, tranny chasers, jazz heads, local beatpalayas, hip-hop connoisseurs and more.

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Who's Afraid of Bad Manners?: Academic couples trade barbs in David Gilman's take on Edward Albee.

Film Picks: Reviews of Antz, Halloween Noir and Universal Horrors.

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Trick or Eat?: Watching the festivities without having to beg for food.

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Dirty Rotten Scotsman: The author of Trainspotting looks at Edinburgh's seamy side from the other side of the tracks.

Book Picks: Reviews of Friendly Fire, Girl Walking Backwards and Like Never Before.


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