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    Kling Free - Viral Sponge Terror a Hoax

    Hoaxes take no holiday, and the damnable nuisances who craft them appear to derive a blighted joy in the power of electronic mail to rattle people's chains at times of national stress. So it is not surprising that the myth of the Klingerman virus con...

    by George Smith on October 9, 2001
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    It's been a month since the devastating attacks, but things are finally starting to reach full speed in nightlife. This week several festivals, including the rescheduled (and smaller) CMJ Music Marathon, hit town. CMJ's never really been a techno aff...

    by Tricia Romano on October 9, 2001
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    Why They Hate Us - Voices From Pakistan

    PESHAWARIt is three days before the U.S. launched its first bombs into Afghanistan, and the workday has just ended in this Pakistani city on the Afghanistan border. A group of laborers and shopkeepers gathers, and talk turns to Osama bin Laden and t...

    by Michael Kamber on October 9, 2001
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    Greens Crisis Advantage - How Mark Topped Freddy in the Race to Rebuild

    The man asleep on the Prospect Park bench I passed this chilly Monday morning was completely covered in blankets, his shopping cart of handpicked odds and ends lodged directly behind him. Rising from the cart, perched between jammed plastic garbage b...

    by Wayne Barrett on October 9, 2001
  • When Crazy Is Normal - Portrait of a Grieving City


    When Crazy Is Normal - Portrait of a Grieving City

    Last Friday night was the first time in a while Lauren Buchter had a good night's sleep. By Sunday, though, her sweet slumber, which had fallen victim to the terrorist attacks, was once again disrupted by anxiety-filled nightmares. The gritty video ...

    by Sharon Lerner on October 9, 2001
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    Friend or Fraud? - A Suspect Benefit Promoter Raises Fear and Loathing

    On a recent afternoon, a New York musician, Peter Joseph Paul, played songs of peace to an emotional crowd at Union Square Plaza, trying to assuage the fear and sadness of the audience that had been gathering there since the attack on the World Trade...

    by Lisa Schneider on October 9, 2001
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    The Mayors Balls - The Cojones Factor Is Creaming Mark Green

    It's 1977. The mayor of New York is Abe Beame, a laconic little guy presiding over a huge fiscal crisis. But at least the skyline is graced by the world's tallest buildings. No one can imagine two hijacked planes slamming into the twin towers and red...

    by Richard Goldstein on October 9, 2001
  • Gone Fishin’ - David Lynch Casts a Line Into the City of Dreams


    Gone Fishin - David Lynch Casts a Line Into the City of Dreams

    David Lynch's Mulholland Drive barrels through a funhouse of the director's longtime obsessions: splintered psyches and multiple identities, enigmatic brunets and vulnerable blonds, red drapes and ominous dwarves, amateur sleuthing and coffee conn...

    by Dennis Lim on October 9, 2001
  • Twin Peaks - The Yin-Yang Glamour Girls of ‘Mulholland Drive’


    Twin Peaks - The Yin-Yang Glamour Girls of Mulholland Drive

    "Mulholland Drive is a very long road that leads to everywhere and nowhere at the same time," says actress Naomi Watts of the Los Angeles highway that provides David Lynch's new film with its title. "There's twists and hairpin turns; one minute you'r...

    by Jessica Winter on October 9, 2001
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    Thoth starts each "solopera prayformance" by purifying Central Park's Angel Tunnel with burning sage. Not that anything could purge the pigeon shit or restless souls of rollerbladers who nearly knock over Thoth's yin-yang-bedecked altar. But Thoth ha...

    by Gillian Andrews on October 9, 2001
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    October 13: A Day of Protest - Al Sharpton and Others Rally for Peace

    Activists had slated October 13 as an international day of actions against the Star Wars missile defense program. But with bombs raining down on Afghanistan, this Saturday's protests have morphed into a broader rallying cry against escalating war in ...

    by Sarah Ferguson on October 9, 2001
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    Bush Sr. Could Profit From War - Legal Group Blasts Papa Shrub on Bin Laden Link

    Larry Klayman likes suing the United States government. Over the last seven years as chairman and general counsel of Judicial Watch, a public interest law firm in Washington, he has filed over 150 lawsuits against the feds, including more than 80 aga...

    by Geoffrey Gray on October 9, 2001
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    Why the U.S. Can't Lean on Saudi Arabia - Royals Keep One Eye on Fortune, Other on Palace Keys

    Saudi Arabia claims it has severed all ties with Osama bin Laden, but the government there is dragging its feet in helping us follow the terrorist's trail. It won't freeze his assets, nor turn over records of the charities which reportedly funneled m...

    by James Ridgeway on October 9, 2001
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    A Jail Like a Slave Ship - I Thought I Was Dying Every Day

    People get the death penalty not for committing the worst crime but for the misfortune of having the worst lawyer. Steve Bright, director, Southern Center for Human Rights As a reporter, I've gotten to know a number of men and women who have b...

    by Nat Hentoff on October 2, 2001
  • NY Mirror


    NY Mirror

    As an esteemed wartime economist, I'm here to size things upor downwith some lists about our frightful future. Things we won't have anymore: reality TV (watching idiots pretending to be distressed in order to compete for a cash prize wasn't that mu...

    by Michael Musto on October 2, 2001
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    AFTER MATH Thank you for the Voice's section devoted to people missing or killed in the World Trade Center attacks ["For Whom the Bell Tolls," September 25]. I have begun to recognize many names and faces of those affected just from walking around ...

    on October 2, 2001
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    "Baarrrtender," slurs Spartos, "pour me anutha Guinness" ($5). And so goes another lonely, lamentable night at on-again, off-again Voice hang THE SCRATCHER (209 5th Street, 477-0030). Once the domain of the deadline cocktail, as well as countless we-...

    by Carla Spartos on October 2, 2001
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    Ground Hog - Jesse Jackson Raids the GraveyardOn Al Sharptons Watch

    Seizing the opportunity to eclipse political rival Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, once scorned by Mayor Rudy Giuliani, stood shoulder to shoulder with him at Ground Zero last week, wiping out in 15 minutes of 'shameful grandstanding' Sharpton's eight-ye...

    by Peter Noel on October 2, 2001
  • Cracking Down on Immigrants—Again - As Ashcroft Pushes Harsh Laws in Congress, a Pakistani Student From New York Is Beaten While in INS Custody


    Cracking Down on ImmigrantsAgain - As Ashcroft Pushes Harsh Laws in Congress, a Pakistani Student From New York Is Beaten While in INS Custody

    Hasnain was nervous about getting on an airplane in the week after hijackers rammed jets into the World Trade Center and Pentagon, so instead of flying back to New York to begin his new semester at CUNY's La Guardia College, the 20-year-old Pakistani...

    by Alisa Solomon on October 2, 2001
  • The Giuliani Dilemma - How Freddy and Mark Used Rudy to Define Themselves


    The Giuliani Dilemma - How Freddy and Mark Used Rudy to Define Themselves

    When Mark Green arrived at Rudy Giuliani's West Side emergency command post last Wednesday, a little after 5 p.m., he didn't know why the mayor, who'd once barred him from a seniors' center, was suddenly asking him to come to an urgent private meetin...

    by Wayne Barrett on October 2, 2001
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