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  • Bloody Ethics - Can a Game That Poses Moral Questions About Murder Survive Its Own Success?

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    Bloody Ethics - Can a Game That Poses Moral Questions About Murder Survive Its Own Success?

    Imagine that you could create a world. A perfect world, made to order in every detail. What would it look like? Would it be a pretty world, with trees and flowers and pure, clean water? A world of total freedom? Almost three years ago, Origin Sys...

    by Lev Grossman on February 8, 2000
  • Show People - Behind the Scenes With the Drama Queens

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    Show People - Behind the Scenes With the Drama Queens

    Scene 1 One-hour call backstage at the Westbeth Theater. Eight actors from the Tweed Fractured Classicks Series sit at mirrors in their communal dressing room making up for tonight's performance of 'Imitation of Imitation of Life,' director Kevi...

    by Guy Trebay on February 8, 2000
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    Wide World of Water Sports

    "Are you kinky?" I asked a model at a photo shoot when she bemoaned not having a girlfriend. A reluctant matchmaker, I didn't want to point her in the direction of paddles and spanking if she was looking for candlelight and cuddling. "I haven't had a...

    by Tristan Taormino on February 1, 2000
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    Court TV - Cameras at the Diallo Trial: Justice or Circus?

    Ana Maria Rodriguez Age 37 Resides Brooklyn Occupation Photographer Should cameras be allowed in the Diallo courtroom? I don't think it's a problem but I do think they're trying to compensate for having moved the trial to Albany. Does telev...

    by Coco McPherson on February 1, 2000
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    It's Not Only John Rocker - Mets Fans Shout, 'Asshole! Asshole!'

    We began well in America. No Inquisition here. No kings, no nobles. No dominant church here. Heresy has lost its terror. Ralph Waldo Emerson If there is freedom [of speech], folly will die of its own poison, and the wisdom will survive. That ...

    by Nat Hentoff on February 1, 2000
  • Railroad-Style Studio Apartment in Tenement Building

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    Railroad-Style Studio Apartment in Tenement Building

    Location Chelsea Price $868.32 (rent-stabilized) Square feet 380 Occupants John Porter (project manager, Pentagram Design; DJ); Chris Brady (computer trainer for large law firm) You live around the corner from the Big Cup in Chelsea! The Big Cu...

    by Toni Schlesinger on February 1, 2000
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    Hop on Pop - Lear, Seinfeld, and the Dumbing Down of the Academy

    There's a T-shirt I've seen that reads: "Theater is life. Film is art. Television is furniture." It came to mind last week when The New York Times reported the sickening news that with the help of a $5 million gift from television producer Norman L...

    by Norah Vincent on February 1, 2000
  • NY Mirror

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    NY Mirror

    Inquiring minds still want to know about Tom Cruise's screen schlong, which looks positively serpentine when he strips down to his underwear in that very cocky piece of cocky, Magnolia. The worldly wiener seems so enormous that i almost woke up, thou...

    by Michael Musto on February 1, 2000
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    Poetic Injustice: A Gravedigga Fights for Life - The Critical Condition of Health Coverage in the Music Industry

    When hip-hop flips the script on the clich and life begins imitating art, it's often the stuff of ghetto gunplay glory and media urge overkill. But what about another one of the 6 million ways to diesay, a terminal illness that kills softly? Antho...

    by Kristin Cleary & Knox Robinson on February 1, 2000
  • Wild Orchard - photographs by Sandra-Lee Phipps

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    Wild Orchard - photographs by Sandra-Lee Phipps

    While uptown designers were putting the finishing touches on their fall 2000 shows, scheduled to start this week in Bryant Park, the fashion-as-art flock was keeping warm at its own stylish event last Friday night at the newly opened 7 Boutique on Or...

    by Lynn Yaeger on February 1, 2000
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    Letters

    Global Warning I would like to congratulate Mark Schoofs and The Village Voice for a remarkable series of articles on AIDS. Schoofs brilliantly covers the impact of HIV/AIDS on individuals, but he does less well in analyzing the overall impact of ...

    by Letters on February 1, 2000
  • Edifice Wrecked - Villagers file lawsuits against NYU over new student center

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    Edifice Wrecked - Villagers file lawsuits against NYU over new student center

    For now, there are the excavation holes. There's one on the south side of Washington Square Park, one on 14th Street and Third Avenue, and there will be another, eventually, at Thompson and West 3rd Street. They belong to New York University, and eac...

    by Lenora Todaro on February 1, 2000
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    Nation

    Campaign Falls Flat Among the Jerks Lobby Horse Administerin' a lickin' Looking Backward Campaign Falls Flat The presidential campaign appropriately now shifts briefly to the "Confederate heritage" state of South Carolina before racin...

    by James Ridgeway on February 1, 2000
  • Bazooka Blues - Resident Evil 3 Hurts So Bad

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    Bazooka Blues - Resident Evil 3 Hurts So Bad

    The strafing sting of an automatic rifle. The relative merits of a bazooka. Jill Valentine in knee-highs and a strapless top. This just about concludes the list of 'advances' in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, the latest in the classic horror-show series f...

    by Austin Bunn on February 1, 2000
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    Animal Magnets - Super Bowl Ads Attract Viewers with Unnatural Nature

    A cheetah swallows a can of soda. A woman's pet tiger terrorizes the date who helps himself to a brew. A dog method actor moves itself to howling by remembering a disastrous pursuit of a beer truck. A horse is born. A leathery bunch of cowboys rounds...

    by Karen Cook on February 1, 2000
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    'The New Yorker' Sells Out - Writer John Seabrook Lives to Tell the Tale

    'Nobrow' is not like other books. It starts like a novel, with the narrator on the train to Times Square, where he flashes back to a Chemical Brothers concert and picks up his latest cds. But around page 26, it turns into a manifesto about a cultural...

    by Cynthia Cotts on February 1, 2000
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    DVD Desperadoes - Are the Hackers Unfairly Prosecuted?

    In a fit of megalomania, Canute, the 11th-century king of Norway, held his hand over the ocean and ordered the tide to recede. When it comes to the information age, Canute's modern-day successors are the film studios and their trade group the Motion ...

    by Harvey A. Silverglate on February 1, 2000
  • Homo Thugz Blow Up the Spot - A Gay Hip-Hop Scene Rises in The Bronx

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    Homo Thugz Blow Up the Spot - A Gay Hip-Hop Scene Rises in The Bronx

    A bitter wind whips off the Bronx River, spinning loose trash through the desolate streets below the Bruckner Expressway. The prospect of finding anyone out in this industrial area at 3 a.m. seems remote. Yet here, on the corner of 140th Street and W...

    by Guy Trebay on February 1, 2000
  • Fade to Black - The Motion Picture Association Shuts Down Crypto Research

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    Fade to Black - The Motion Picture Association Shuts Down Crypto Research

    It's 2:30 p.m. and Roman Kazan and his fiance huddle on a couch in the entryway of Judge Lewis A. Kaplan's chambers. Kazan is one of three defendants accused of violating copyright law by distributing DeCSS, a piece of software that the Motion Pictu...

    by Jeff Howe on February 1, 2000
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    Sports

    Soda Jerks The hardest hit during Super Bowl week did not occur in the Georgia Dome nor on the icy roads that terrified locals and annoyed visitors, but rather in Coca-Cola's corporate headquarters, where CEO-in-waiting Doug Daft announced the layo...

    on February 1, 2000
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