Remember the "virtual reality" craze of the mid-'90s, when cutting-edge video game technology meant strapping on a futuristic football helmet and interacting with brightly shaped polygons? These days, interactivity within virtual worlds is commonplace, from the millions of players who escape into World of Warcraft reveries to those who risk bodily harm while wielding a Nintendo Wii controller. This weekend, St. Louis Mills (5555 St. Louis Mills Boulevard, Hazelwood; 314-227-5900) allows... More >>>