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Music, Bouncer Bouncer: Dreams of California at the Pizza Place on Noriega

Bouncer: Dreams of California at the Pizza Place on Noriega

Being a learned, erudite Bouncer reader, you probably already know what arenophiles are, but just in case: Arenophiles are people who dig sand. Not literally dig, like a kid with a spade and a bucket, but people who really, really…
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Dining, Eat Corey Lee's haute cuisine at Benu is almost flawless

Corey Lee's haute cuisine at Benu is almost flawless

View more photographs in Benu: The City's Newest Entrant into Haute Cuisine. The salad ($12) that began my first meal at Benu looked like it had drifted across the plate, blown by some wispy forest sprite. Curls of orange mimolette…
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Culture, Stage Texts for Mothing

Texts for Mothing

Vladimir Nabokov ends his novel Bend Sinister with a pun, "mothing," that flustered at least one copy editor. His introduction to a late edition of the book insists the word "is not a misprint. ... Krug , in a…
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