Features: Holy Commuting
"Reverse commuters" who live in SF and work in high tech think Silicon Valley is a nice place to visit from 9 to 5, but--God forbid--not to live!
Bed Rock: When rock & roll bands come into town, they want to sleep.
The Havana Desk: Live from Che Stadium.
Job Interview: Talking to a tattooed, twentysomething Bible pusher.
Outside In: When hermits and crazies create art, there's big money to be made.
Political Makeover #2: Barbara Kaufman, President of the Board of Supervisors, gets a new hairstyle.
The Umbrella Menace: El Niño is coming. (Gasp!) Heidi Pollock talks umbrellas.
Klothing Karma: For good wardrobe karma, a purchase at Manifesto offers a lot.
Millie's Map: Millie goes ga-ga over God.
Riot on the Set: More Tales in the City.
Mad About Media: Talking with director Costa-Gavras about Dustin Hoffman, mood swings and more.
Replace the Stones: Gina Arnold on why the Replacements are better than the Rolling Stones.
Service With a Smile: The Imperial Tea House in Chinatown offers a unique tea-sipping experience.
SF Foodie or Not?: A quiz to test your taste buds.
On the Town With Kato: Slide on up for a Kato's Lick at Royal Jelly.
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