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    Molester likes Newsday Regarding Bill Jensen's cover story about me [A man among boys, Dec. 9, about Long Island man Steve Simmons' sexual relationship with New Jersey teen Sam Manzie, who later murdered a boy named Eddie Werner]: I'm used to fr...

    on January 11, 2000
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    Dress Like an Activist, Walk Like a Delegate

    DELEGATE: Earplugs help filter out endless hype from the podium and save hearing for important matters, such as any hint of discord between Hillary and Al. Mobile phones are the official delegate accessory. Use is appropriate on the convention fl...

    by Judith Lewis on January 11, 2000
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    The Century in Sports - The Eighth Annual Village Voice Sportswriters' Poll

    A Tale of Two Eras As one millennium folds into another there has never been, I maintain, a better time to be a sports fan. Why? Because athletes are better than ever. It may have more to do with Cybex and creatine than evolution, but when Mark ...

    on January 11, 2000
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    A Century Of UNI Watch

    1916: The first baseball uniform numbers appear on the Cleveland Indians' sleeves. But the idea doesn't catch on and is dropped a year later. 1929: The Yankees become the first baseball team to put numbers on the backs of their jerseys. Within four...

    by Paul Lukas on January 11, 2000
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    The Year in Sports

    A Rogues' Gallery Misbehavior among the athletic elite was already old news by the time Babe Ruth started chasing naked flappers. Sports idols have always had a taste for malfeasance, whether via pleasures of the flesh (Wilt Chamberlain and his 20,...

    on January 11, 2000
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    Sports Journalist Of The Year

    Robert Lipsyte, The New York Times "I really believe that sports is incredibly important. A lot of definitions and values come out of sports and I think that it's really worth looking at," says Robert Lipsyte. "I believe it's a lot more important t...

    by Allen St. John on January 11, 2000
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    1999 Village Voice Sportswriters Poll Results

    Here are the vote totals for the Eighth Annual Sportswriters Poll. Everyone who contributed to the Voice sports section in 1999 was asked to vote for a first-, second-, and third-place finisher in each of the poll's seven categories (58 responded). A...

    on January 11, 2000
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    The Saturday Stroll

    A new religion, based on one of the oldest, is arising in the Five Towns. You could call it Suburbodox Judaism. Drive down Central Avenue in Lawrence on a Saturday afternoon (unless you're an observant Jew) and you'll see its signs: hundreds of wel...

    by Ward Harkavy on January 11, 2000
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    A Couple of Startling Facts

    My parents brought up the grandchild thing during our last major blowout about my being gay. "You would have been such a wonderful mother," they said, looking alternately down at the floor with self-pity and into my eyes with sharp resentment. "I ...

    by Beth Greenfield on January 11, 2000
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    A Couple of Startling Facts

    My parents brought up the grandchild thing during our last major blowout about my being gay. "You would have been such a wonderful mother," they said, looking alternately down at the floor with self-pity and into my eyes with sharp resentment. "I ...

    by Beth Greenfield on January 11, 2000
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    Smiling Assassins

    At the phony lovefest that passed for the installation of the new Nassau County Legislature, County Executive Tom Gulotta gets exactly 2.4 seconds of applause from the crowd. Forget about that $300 million deficit. This is what a gladhander like Gulo...

    by Ward Harkavy on January 11, 2000
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    Driven To Not Drink

    The local music scene took another hit last week with the closing of My Room Lounge in Massapequa on Jan. 1. The little stucco Spanish-styled bar on the south side of Merrick Road had become the hotspot last year when promoter Tom Conklin began his "...

    by Ian D'Giff on January 11, 2000
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    Three Cheers For The Red, White And Blue Cheese

    WHAT I WAS THINKING The year 2000 was almost upon us. It was time to leave angst-ridden contemporary America behind and return to a simpler time, the Colonial era. BACKGROUND CHECK Food maestro Michael Meehan is a Long Island-centric chef, a l...

    by Ron M. Beigel on January 11, 2000
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    No Meltdown-JustT Letdown

    If club attendance on Long Island was any indication, then partying like it was 1999 meant staying home on New Year's Eve. Folks in the nightclub biz asked the same question all night: Where were the crowds? "It was far from what was anticipated six ...

    by Stacy Albin on January 11, 2000
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    Fantasia 2000

    A bundle of animated shorts set to famous classical music pieces, Fantasia hitched a supposedly lowborn art form to a high-hat soundtrack; Mickey Mouse shaking hands with Leopold Stokowski on the podium is a statement of intent. Uncle Walt's pricey e...

    by Jessica Winter on January 11, 2000
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    Straight Out of the Everglades

    Julian L. Goldberger's debut feature is a haunting portrait of a teenage boy busted out of reform school with nowhere to run. Buried in the experimental "Frontier" section at last year's Sundance, it elevated the festival for the handful of viewers t...

    by Amy Taubin on January 11, 2000
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    NY Mirror

    Those pesky Oscar nominations will be announced on February 15the high point of the year in triviabut for now, my crystal (meth) ball has spewed forth with its own kooky predictions. BEST PICTURE: The witty-ish 'American Beauty' struck me as ...

    by Michael Musto on January 11, 2000
  • Legends of the Ball - Paris Is Still Burning

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    Legends of the Ball - Paris Is Still Burning

    Among the ball children, there is no greater honorific than 'legendary' a status for which no fixed standard exists. A legend might be a man or a woman or a transgendered person or a butch dyke or a femme queen. A legend might be a brilliant voguer o...

    by Guy Trebay on January 11, 2000
  • Rock in a Hard Place - Style Slumps at the Met

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    Rock in a Hard Place - Style Slumps at the Met

    You know you're in trouble when the first thing that hits you at the Met's 'Rock Style' is an overblown sign bragging, 'This exhibit is made possible by Tommy Hilfiger.' Tommy Hilfiger? The guy who's always had his tongue hanging out like the fellow ...

    by Lynn Yaeger on January 11, 2000
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    NY Mirror

    Mark Raskin (music composer/producer/ arranger; event coordinator) Income $40,000 (1999) Health Insurance covered by union Rent $1195/mo. Utilities $130/mo. Phone $130/mo. Food $450/mo. Transportation $100/mo. He was 14, he says, and he ...

    by Toni Schlesinger on January 11, 2000
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