Of all the many platforming heroes we’d love to bring to VR, we have to admit Sonic the Hedgehog wasn’t one we’d previously considered. As we all know, Sega’s Blue Bullet has gotta go fast, a little too fast for VR comfort levels. That hasn’t stopped a fan from making an unofficial version of the […]
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- VR modder re-creates Sonic the Hedgehog’s Green Hill Zone
By Jamie Feltham, Upload VR - Sunday Oct 15, 2017
- In Berkeley, Carneiro is back in the saddle
By Joshua Kosman - Tuesday Oct 3, 2017
Joana Carneiro, the Berkeley Symphony’s dynamic and adventurous music director, was out of action all last season, for a very good reason: She became the mother of triplets. Now she’s back with a vengeance, ready to unleash an ambitious new season with the orchestra. The season opener features the world premiere of a cello concerto by the young Australian composer William Gardiner, with Tessa Seymour as soloist. Packed in around it are works by Beethoven and Shostakovich, and John Adams’ “Fearful Symmetries” closes the program. — Joshua Kosman Berkeley Symphony Orchestra: 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5.
- Affording Alternative Medicine
By Barry Bridges - Friday Jun 2, 2017
Every year, Americans pay billions of dollars for complementary, alternative and integrative health care — chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture, massage therapy, biofeedback and more. But with very few exceptions, insurance policies typically don’t cover these treatments. Alternative medicine accounts for as much as 11.2% of total out-of-pocket spending on health care. Despite its popularity, insurers tend to view this type of care as untested, experimental or scientifically at odds with mainstream medicine. It’s one of the more glaring disconnects in American ...
- Sharks found in NY home's basement pool
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- 'The Elephant Man' playwright Bernard Pomerance dies at 76
By MARK KENNEDY, AP Entertainment Writer - Tuesday Aug 29, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — Bernard Pomerance, the playwright best known for the Tony Award-winning play about a horribly deformed man that has lured some of Hollywood's biggest names, such as Bradley Cooper and John Hurt, has died. He was 76.Longtime agent Alan Brodie said Tuesday that Pomerance died Saturday of complications from cancer at his home in Galisteo, New Mexico."The Elephant Man" was based on a true story and has been frequently revived since its 1979 New York debut. It examines the life of John Merrick, an extremely disfigured but indomitable man who becomes a celebrity in Victorian London.On Broadway, such diverse performers as David Bowie and Mark Hamill eventually followed the mesmerizing Philip Anglim in the title role.
- NY hospital offers to treat stricken British infant
By email@example.com (Fox News Online) - Saturday Jul 8, 2017