For the Week of|
February 11-17, 1999
Cover: Bright Spot
Susie Bright on the state of the sexual union.
Abridged Virgins: In a lust for purity and piety, people are relinquishing premarital sex and sin to become card-carrying virgins again.
Sheik Unchic: Love glove leaves much to be desired.
High Tech Hookers: South Bay law enforcement gave itself a mission: to save the good citizens of Silicon Valley from the ravages of high-class San Francisco call girls. But why didn't they bust more of the men?
Confessions of a Call Girl's Friend: 'Toni' made no secret of her occupation when I interviewed as a roommate, but even though she never brought her tricks home, there are some parts of any job that can't be left behind.
News: Stand & Deliver
Pentagon gets a grip on the Viagra gap.
Up to the Task?: See how your kids' school did in the state Standardized Testing and Reporting program.
Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.
The Wild East: On the range with the Tuvan throat-singers.
Talking Pictures: Hilary and Jackie strikes a chord with poet Jane Hirshfield.
Oh, Christina!: An open love letter to actress Christina Ricci.
'All That' and More: A wallflower blooms in teen romance She's All That.
Oral Fixations: Food and sex have been willing bedfellows since the glistening dawn of history.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Have Mercy: Marin writer Anne Lamott's Traveling Mercies revels in self-indulgence.
Hits & Misses: Three Tall Women stands tall on local theater scene.
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