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Culture, Stage Growing Up, and Down: Two Mythic Shows Find Roundabout Paths to Adulthood

Growing Up, and Down: Two Mythic Shows Find Roundabout Paths to Adulthood

True grief does not often make it to our stages. Dramatists might romanticize it with keening, sobbing, or chest-stabbing, but the real, nasty thick of bereavement simply defies dramatization. For how long can you let audience members stew in a…
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Calendar, Night&Day Not Your Typical Fort Mason Art Fair

Not Your Typical Fort Mason Art Fair

The S.F. Fine Art Fair aims to bolster the city’s status as a major player in the art world with an eye-popping international exhibition of modern and contemporary works across media including paintings, photography, and electronic sculpture. More than 500…
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Home Entertainment, Game On Virtually Perfect

Virtually Perfect

For the aging videogamer, nothing's as sorely missed as the corner arcade. Unlike the family-friendly Dance Dance Revolution discos you see today, classic arcades were seedy little dives tucked into strip malls -- dark caves thick with the musty bouquet…
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Home Entertainment, Game On Dejá Dance

Dejá Dance

Few phenomena are as hugely popular and bitterly mocked as the Dance Dance Revolution series. That's probably because humanity falls into two camps: fleet-footed whiz kids and rhythm-impaired klutzes. This reviewer falls into the latter category, despite having seen Riverdance…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Arcade Game

Most arcade games encourage you to kick, bludgeon, and occasionally decapitate a conveniently gruesome-looking opponent while you sit on your butt and absorb EMF emissions. Dance Dance Revolution is not only closer to the spirit of Gene Kelly than the…
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Best of San Francisco, Sports & Recreation

Best Video Game Venue

The Amusement Center provides the joystick-adept warrior with a wide smorgasbord of coin-operated combat in a setting as pleasantly seedy as the pinball traditions it upholds. Unlike the shiny new Metreon and its dozen or so atrium-lit gizmos, this worn-at-the-edges…
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