For the Month of April 1997|
Features: The Fashion Dance
S.F. designers and local dancers show their passion for fashion in The Metropolitan's first ever spring fashion photo feature.
The Durst of Times: Political comedian and raconteur, Will Durst, saw the comet, but wasn't impressed.
Maps of the Human Heart: Lonely Planet maps the geography of friendship.
Feet of the Beholder: Some surprising people are teaching ethnic dance in San Francisco.
Meet the New Boss: John Killacky takes charge at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Stuff This: The real story behind the Academy of Sciences dioramas.
Sound Advice: Finding that special world-music album is easy when you know where to look.
Food With a View: Hop on board a ferry for outdoor dining by the bay.
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