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  • Brainsucking Power

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    Brainsucking Power

    Today, during my morning ritual of sipping coffee and paging through the University of South Alabama Vanguard, I came across an editorial headlined "Even the Brainsucking Power of Video Games Could Not Stop War." In the article, Megan Cary recaps ran...

    by Nick Catucci on April 8, 2003
  • Front Lines - Finding War Coverage on the Web

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    Front Lines - Finding War Coverage on the Web

    Q: I've been glued to the Web since day one of the war, chasing around tidbits of coverage. Yahoo News and NYTimes.com are starting to seem stale, and that Iraqi dude "Salam Pax" hasn't updated his blog in days. Got any tips on satiating my war jones...

    by Brendan I. Koerner on April 8, 2003
  • Dancing About Architecture - For Sarah Michelson, the Environment Shapes the Work

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    Dancing About Architecture - For Sarah Michelson, the Environment Shapes the Work

    Sarah Michelson had turned the theater around, moving the audience onto what is usually the Kitchen's stage. Before the doors opened, however, we knew only that we had to wait on the second floornot standard operating procedure. Anticipation began; ...

    by C.Carr on April 8, 2003
  • NY Mirror

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    NY Mirror

    On Broadway, it's the year of the screaming babythe disadvantaged spawn that spasmically represents the forces that drive couples apart while inexorably sealing them together. In Life (x) 3, the kid is an offstage maw that squeals endlessly for choc...

    by Michael Musto on April 8, 2003
  • Listings

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    Listings

    ART JOSIAH MCELHENY The historical theories behind "Theories About Reflection," which range from Athanasius Kircher's experiments in the geometry of illusion to Buckminster Fuller's proposal to Noguchi for an abstraction of total reflection, are i...

    on April 8, 2003
  • Listings

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    Listings

    The Tall Boys exude feminist appeal, but with boyish swagger and a taste for malt liquor. "Sorry, kids. My head's smaller than a cat's ass," apologized Tall Boys bassist Ashley after her Hannibal Lecter muzzle slipped off her face. At Williamsburg's ...

    by Cathy Hong on April 8, 2003
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    Letters

    Nat Hentoff's "Why I Didn't March This Time" (April 2-8), about his response to the war in Iraq, received an unusually large number of letters. A selection follows. PANDORA'S WAR No one denies that Saddam Hussein is a tyrant, as Nat Hentoff ...

    on April 8, 2003
  • Page (Sic)

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    Page (Sic)

    Last weekend I broke the law. Yes, I am a terrible citizen. I smoked in a club. In the girl's room. Hid in the stall, even. Pathetic, right? Well, not as pathetic as the smokers on the dancefloor of Don Hill's after midnight on Doom's Day. They avo...

    by Tricia Romano on April 8, 2003
  • Playing Games - Title IX Was Always About More Than Sports. So Is the Fight.

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    Playing Games - Title IX Was Always About More Than Sports. So Is the Fight.

    Forget about sports for a moment. After all, Title IXthe 1972 law barring sex discrimination in federally funded educational programswas not just about field hockey. Indeed, the grievance that generated the statute in the first place didn't even me...

    by Alisa Solomon on April 8, 2003
  • Tough Yardage - The Sharks Looking for a Big Hit

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    Tough Yardage - The Sharks Looking for a Big Hit

    There's respect and then there's R-E-S-P-E-C-T. In the world of women's tackle football, the New York Sharks have both. The Sharks are the 9-0 undefeated team in the Independent Women's Football League (IWFL). Knee-deep in practice for the upcoming s...

    by Rivka Gewirtz Little on April 8, 2003
  • Her Métier is Running - Aliann Pompey On the Fast Track

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    Her Mtier is Running - Aliann Pompey On the Fast Track

    In the world of track and field, Aliann Pompey has been underestimated since she first materialized at Manhattan College's Riverdale campus in the late 20th century. But Pompey was impossible to overlook in 2000, when, from 10 meters behind at the mi...

    by Peter Gambaccini on April 8, 2003
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    The Big Enchilada - Multi-Billion-Dollar City Deal Raises Conflict Questions

    The Bloomberg administration is considering the award of the most expensive contract in city history, and the selection process is shrouded in conflict and intrigue. In partnership with the Municipal Labor Committee (MLC), the mayor will decide in...

    by Wayne Barrett on April 8, 2003
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    News of the Dirty War - Stories the Censors Could Not Sink

    Before the war started, the Pentagon told its embedded reporters not to dig for dirt or conduct their own investigationsjust sit back and let the "truth" set them free. Even so, during the week ending April 6, some correspondents stayed honest by co...

    by Cynthia Cotts on April 8, 2003
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    Recalling Ahmed Chalabi - Iraq's Man Who Would Be King

    AMMAN, JORDANWith the entrance of coalition troops into Baghdad, all the battle talk is giving way to speculation about post-war Iraq, most of it focused squarely on the troubling issue of what kind of government will be put in place, and for how lo...

    by Kareem Fahim on April 8, 2003
  • Shell-Shock and Awe - On the Past—and Present—of Military Psychiatry

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    Shell-Shock and Awe - On the Pastand Presentof Military Psychiatry

    Blindness. Deafness. Amnesia. Paralysis. Vomiting. Hallucinations. Impotence. Stuttering. Uncontrollable twitching. Inability to taste, smell, or urinate. Funny walks. These are just some of the crushing psychosomatic symptoms that have afflict...

    by Joy Press on April 8, 2003
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    'Nervous From the Service' - Military Psychiatry Revamps Old Tune

    Along with the supplies and letters from home that finally caught up with the U.S. troops blazing across Iraq last week were comrades who feel up to the fight again after a bout of "combat stress." Getting the battle-rattled back to their colleague...

    by Erik Baard on April 8, 2003
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    'A Prey to His Primitive Instincts' - A Selection From U.K. Author Shephard's History

    Shell-shock was an early example of a common modern phenomenon: a medical debate, hedged with scientific qualifications, taken up by public opinion and the media in an oversimplified way. "This class of case," a doctor noticed, "aroused more general ...

    by Ben Shephard on April 8, 2003
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    The Senator's Apprentice - Pataki's Labor Department Ignores a Serial Harasser

    Last August, just as the gubernatorial election was heating up,the state's inspector general released a damning, 12-page report confirming charges of sexual harassment and ethnic hazing by a top state labor official. The report found that the behavio...

    by Tom Robbins on April 8, 2003
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    Throwing the Book at Us - FBI Snoops at Libraries

    Under the Patriot Act, librarians and booksellers are required to open their records to the FBI so the feds can trace a person's Internet activities and the books he's been reading and buying. Since these investigations are conducted in secret, the l...

    by James Ridgeway on April 8, 2003
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    Turn the Other Sheikh - Using the New, Improved Sermon Tank

    "A very evil and wicked religion" is how Billy Graham's son Franklin described Islam after 9-11. "I believe the Koran teaches violence, not peace," added Franklin Graham, who is one of George W. Bush's favorite theological friends, having given a pra...

    by James Ridgeway on April 8, 2003
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