For the Month of March 1997|
Features: Supper's Ready
How much deep-fried calamari, vodka martinis and light jazz can two people consume? Our writers bravely attempt to find out as they cruise and assess the S.F. supper-club scene.
Expect the Durst: San Francisco's favorite political comedian and raconteur, Will Durst, debuts his new column.
Ex Poster Facto: In the strange world of rock art poster collecting, one man has virtually cornered the market. So what are these psychedelic treasures actually worth?.
Tears of the Gods: The science and art of amber are revealed in a luminous new exhibit.
Walkabout: Join our columnist on The Metropolitan's First Annual Fashion Hike.
City Frights: Junkies, psychos and Nazi gardeners make Bindlestiff's 'Tales of Urban Horror' a truly scary experience.
Live After Death: Panned in S.F., a local playwright wins raves in the Southland.
Cattle Call: In the midst of that herbivorous citadel known as San Francisco, it is possible to get a decent steak. Here's where.
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