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Check out Boulevards' Guide to San Francisco

newspaper cover November 8, 1999

Cover: Oakland, Oakland and more Oakland
It's cheap, warm and wild, but will San Franciscans relocate?

Knowin' the 'hoods: We're movin' on up . . . to the East Bay?

Residential Rebirth: Creating a livable downtown Oakland.

East Bay Follies: If your last Tiazzi from Starbucks ended up on the Metreon floor, head to Oakland for some truly original distractions.

Drinking, Driving and Dining: A Guide to East Bay Night Life.

A Man, a Plan, a City on the Verge: Will free cappuccinos woo the dotcom crowd?

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Cherry Blossoms: Mark Ewert goes native at the Virgin Queen Contest.

Job Interview: Wennye´ Edwards steers clients through their astrological ups and downs in her Upper Castro metaphysical center, The Wounded Healer.

Tara's Advice: Snoozing through life.

Global Fashion: The fashion craze takes on new meaning with ORFI's fall line.

Media Mavens: 'Inspirational Moments with Winifred' celebrates two years of its three-ring circus.

Turn Styles: A long night's journey into day.

Millennial Libations: An American Psycho hits the bars.

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Beauty Rolls: The Novella salon and spa offers the benefits of becoming human sushi.

Concrete Runway: Johnny Goody at Van Ness & Geary.

Denim Deluxe: Levi's flagship store abounds with art both good and just plain ugly.

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Outside 'Insider': The TV-news drama in 'The Insider' is too pat to catch fire.

Film Picks: Reviews of 'Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street,' N.I.C.E. (New Italian Cinema Events) and 'Princess Mononoke.'

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Heartbeeps: Casiotone for the Painfully Alone reaches out to the emotionally isolated.

Raising the Roots: Not only can Shobhan recount San Francisco's musical history--she's been integral to its formation.

Music Picks: Reviews of the latest CDs by Felons and Revolutionaries, Mike Viola and the Candy Butchers and the artists from Woodstock 1999.

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

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Cattle Call: Michael Stabile holds the A1 while visiting the city's steakhouses..

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Name Dropping: Dominick Dunne waxes eloquent and rambles on in 'The Way We Lived Then.'

Book Picks: Reviews of 'Slapboxing With Jesus' and 'Your Action World.'


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