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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

November 2-15, 1998

Features: Mercury Rising
With his new, sleek restaurant Mercury, Dr. Winkie is attempting to fuse clubbing and eating in a city where fusion is traditionally limited to cuisine.

Scene That: Words about San Francisco's crackpot campaign signs.

Tara's Advice: Hot for coffeehouse art.

Job Interview: Asia sf's Iyanne on being a gender illusionist.

SFupernatural: Chronicling the spirit of Kitty.

Libra Love: Crazy clubbing under a Libran sky.

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Copious Cubism: It's not hard to see that Picasso was damn good at what he did.

Fashion Factory: Haight Street's sweet selection of threads and soles.

Wake Up: The land of the rising sun delivers the beauty goods.

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

Concrete Runway: Jennifer Adams at Haight and Stanyan.

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In Search of the Real MC: Jamal tears up the San Francisco underground.

Beck to the Future: Concerts, cocktails and capitalism at Silicon Planet.

Music Picks: Reviews of the latest CDs by DeeJay Punk-Roc, 808 State and various artists.

Club Guide: DJs, jazz luminaries, local beatpalayas, hip-hop connoisseurs and more.

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Salinger Sex: Joyce Maynard tells all about her affair with J.D. Salinger in her new memoir, At Home in the World.

Shock Talk: San Francisco novelist and Hustler writer Jason Flores-Williams talks about nihilism, misogyny and the future of literature.

Book Picks: Reviews of Welcome to the World, Baby Girl!, Louse and Nureyev: His Life.

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Film Picks: Reviews of Cannibal! The Musical, Contempt and Film Arts Festival.


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