December 20, 1999|
Cover: Watch Out 2000
Metropolitan lays its bets on people, places and things that will rock the new year.
Can Buy Me Love? Ginie Sayles explains how to marry a millionaire, San Francisco style.
Ending Days: Bay Area festivities for the preparation of Armageddon.
Job Interview: Jeff Howald, proprietor of Rosamunde Sausage Grill, serves every kind of bangin' banger imaginable.
Tara's Advice: Tara consoles an SUV scratcher.
Global Fashion: Amsterdam's red-light district showcases leather, lace and striking colors.
One Card Monte: Mark Ewert tackles a bizarre love triangle.
Turn Styles: Puppet shows and parties with writer J. David.
Urban Libations: Smirnoff adds a Martha Stewart touch to alcoholism.
The Skinny on Dermabrasion: Drastic steps for younger-looking skin.
Concrete Runway: Neela Harouny at Montgomery and Market.
Style Mavens: Fantastic footwear for the winter chill.
Pokémon's Progress: Pokémon and the von Busack sum-up of the year in films.
Film Picks: Reviews of 'The Green Mile,' 'Sweet and Lowdown' and 'Tumbleweeds.'
Sci-Fi Soundscapes: Kool Keith stakes yet another claim to the future of music.
On The Wires Of Their Nerves: Add N to (X) for a synth revolution.
Music Picks: Reviews of the latest CDs by the High Llamas and Magnetic Fields, plus a new Janis Joplin box set.
Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more.
Hammett Dash: A new release of Dashiel Hammett's work prompts a walking tour of his semi-fictional haunts.
Book Picks: Reviews of 'Generation J' and 'Virgins, Guerrillas & Locas: Gay Latinos Writing About Love.'
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