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  • It's Nucular - Republicans Plan a Hydrogen Economy—at Your Expense

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    It's Nucular - Republicans Plan a Hydrogen Economyat Your Expense

    On a sunny Saturday morning 30 years from now, you may decide to take your family for a ride to the country. You'll still be driving a car, and you may still get stuck in traffic. But that's OK, because the only thing you'll be breathing in is water ...

    by Mark Baard on May 27, 2003
  • The Foreign Invasion of the American Game - Euro: New Currency of the NBA

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    The Foreign Invasion of the American Game - Euro: New Currency of the NBA

    Consider two games from this month's National Basketball Association playoffs. The first was a low-scoring affair, 76-74, a game full of heady point-guard play, tough man-to-man defense, deliberate offensive patterns, and a full use of the 24-second ...

    by Dan McGraw on May 27, 2003
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    The Import of Winning - Playing the Numbers Game

    There aren't enough statistics for enough seasons to prove anything, but the fact remains that the top five NBA teams in terms of minutes played by foreign-born players this season fared much better than the five teams with the fewest number of minu...

    by Dan McGraw on May 27, 2003
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    Graham Drubs Dubya - No More Beating Around the Bush

    Unswayed by Republican counterattacks, Florida Democratic senator Bob Graham took another swing at Bush last week. Appearing at the 9-11 Commission hearings here, he charged that "frustrating" Bush administration inaction was keeping hidden his congr...

    by James Ridgeway on May 27, 2003
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    The Confusing War on Terror - D.C. Power Lines Start Glowing Orange

    It's been a confusing two weeks in the war on terror, leaving even the most knowledgeable person wondering what's really going on: May 12: Terrorists bomb three housing compounds in Saudi Arabia. Almost at once, the U.S. says the attacks look lik...

    by James Ridgeway on May 27, 2003
  • Hospital Holiday - Study Finds Poor Oversight of a Billion Health Care Dollars

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    Hospital Holiday - Study Finds Poor Oversight of a Billion Health Care Dollars

    In 1997, as government officials prepared to impose vast changes in the way health care services are provided to the poor, New York hospitals won $1.25 Billion in federal funding to cushion the impact. The money was allocated by the Clinton admini...

    by Tom Robbins on May 27, 2003
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    Kiss and Tell

    James Iha is the new Moby. Which is to say, he's the new ubiquitous downtown celeb. (He's cuter, too.) Need cool cachet for your party? Invite the ex-Smashing Pumpkins guitarist. I've seen the pretty boy out at least five times in the last two weeks,...

    by Tricia Romano on May 27, 2003
  • Gown With Love - Nuptial-Worthy Outfits on the Cheap

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    Gown With Love - Nuptial-Worthy Outfits on the Cheap

    Just because you're having the reception at Dojo doesn't mean you shouldn't dress up for the party. No matter how bohemian you are, you kind of have to wear a fresh outfit on the big day, even if it's only a new pair of jeans and an undershirt straig...

    by Lynn Yaeger on May 27, 2003
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    Eating for Two - Post-City Hall Dining Options

    Let's face itgetting married at City Hall is a nerve-racking adventure, filled with bureaucratic details that only partially distract you from the enormity of the commitment at hand. The ceremony itself is best experienced on an empty stomach, unles...

    by Robert Sietsema on May 27, 2003
  • I'm With the Band - A Short Cultural History of Wedding Rings

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    I'm With the Band - A Short Cultural History of Wedding Rings

    One day not long ago, Herman Rotenberg, who owns a place called 1,873 Unusual Wedding Rings on West 47th Street, was asked to engrave grape leaves on matching platinum bands for a guy who peeled off the label from his favorite bottle of red wine and ...

    by Nita Rao on May 27, 2003
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    State of the Unions - What Domestic Partnership Gets You

    The woman at the counter wants us to find our own pen. She won't lend one of hers, she says, because people run off with them. All morning, my soon-to-be lawfully registered partner and I have been dragging through the corridors of New York's City ...

    by Laura Conaway on May 27, 2003
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    Listings

    It's hard to accept that it's nearing summertime when the weather fluctuates from 70 degrees one minute to 40 degrees the next, but promoters are pushing forward with their "summer" tour specials. La Leche, the folks who threw the Nortec parties, are...

    by Tricia Romano on May 27, 2003
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    Listings

    BELOW CANAL 66 241 Church Street, 212-925-0202 Downtown's hottest new restaurant features Jean-George Vongerichten's retooling of the Chinese canon, just a stone's throw from Chinatown and thrice as expensive. Reasons to go: beautiful staff...

    on May 27, 2003
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    Operation Plant Some Weapons in Iraq!

    by Ward Sutton on May 27, 2003
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    CityState

    June 1 At the Salute to Israel Day Parade, Women in Black will be standing as a group on Fifth Avenue and East 67th Street, on the Northeast corner, at 10:30 a.m. to support the Israeli peace movement and voice our dissent regarding Israel's illeg...

    on May 27, 2003
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    Terrorism Information Awareness - Big Brother is Back...but in a Nice Way

    by Mark Fiore on May 27, 2003
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    CityState - A Schedule of Protests in the City

    Wednesday, May 28 At 12 noon on the steps of City Hall, Council Member Bill Perkins and a coalition of other legislators will introduce a NYC resolution to defend our civil liberties and civil rights. The public is invited to show its support. The ...

    on May 20, 2003
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    Close-Up on Bath Beach, Brooklyn

    It might be best to leave your surfboard at home. Tucked cozily between Fort Hamilton and Gravesend, this once bustling seaside getaway for wealthy Manhattanites is now a sleepy middle-class residential locale with decaying mansions and a deserted pr...

    by Nat Johnson on May 20, 2003
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    Spankee Doodle Dandy

    I just celebrated my birthday, and in addition to thickly frosted cupcakes from Magnolia Bakery, I indulged in another delicious tradition: the birthday spanking. Each one of my guests got the chance to administer a single smack to my rear end in hon...

    by Tristan Taormino on May 20, 2003
  • Fast Cars, Slow Sofas

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    Fast Cars, Slow Sofas

    Location South Williamsburg Rent $600 (market, includes utilities) Square feet 600 (attic in 1899 house) Occupant Camille Hempel (jeweler-at-large) Underpants on the wall! I had a pink birthday party so there are some remaining pink things. ...

    by Toni Schlesinger on May 20, 2003
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