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    Sports

    Don't Hate the Player, Hate the Game Think that pro players are a greedy, selfish, egocentric lot? Well chalk one up for the greedy, selfish, egocentricbut even richerowners of the teams that those players compete for. In their efforts to keep p...

    on April 25, 2000
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    Nation

    Where the Wild Things Are Elin Football Fortress America Plantation Prison With Hillary Upstate Where the Wild Things Are While Mayor Giuliani remains ensconced in City Hall, Hillary Clinton has opened an aggressive two-front campaign tha...

    by James Ridgeway on April 25, 2000
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    Spread Em - Pro-Choice Is No-Choice on Campus

    American institutions of higher learning have bent over backward to coddleno, valorizefeminists, blacks, gays, and the disabled. But few of them have given the golden nod to one particularly vulnerable minority: mothers. As Serrin Foster, preside...

    by Norah Vincent on April 25, 2000
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    Letters

    It Was a Very Goodyear I congratulate The Village Voice and Sarah Goodyear for the excellent article about Italian American internment and relocation during World War II ["When Being Italian Was a Crime," April 18]. Your efforts in bringing this s...

    on April 25, 2000
  • Slaughter of the Innocents - 'The World Is Strangely Silent'

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    Slaughter of the Innocents - 'The World Is Strangely Silent'

    The human rights situation in Sudan is not marketable to the American people. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in a conversation with Dr. Charles Jacobs, head of the American Anti-Slavery Group, at the State Department, September 15, 1999 ...

    by Nat Hentoff on April 18, 2000
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    NY Mirror

    I paid half price for a ticket to Rose, and sure enough got half a show, bolting gloriously to freedom at intermission. The nonhappeningwhich stars Olympia Dukakis as "a feisty Jewish woman" with a lot of time on her handshammers the last nail in t...

    by Michael Musto on April 18, 2000
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    NY Mirror

    Joseph Kerr (magician, economics student) Income $7250 (1999) Health Insurance covered by grandmother Rent $0/mo. Utilities $0/mo. Phone $20/mo. Food $150/mo. Transportation $65/mo. Seven squirmy little boys look up in awe at Joe Ker...

    by Toni Schlesinger on April 18, 2000
  • NY Mirror - photographs by Nina Roberts

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    NY Mirror - photographs by Nina Roberts

    Downtowns vibrant South Asian community took advantage of two opportunities to sparkle in the last few weeks. The opening of (Un)Suitable Girls, a showcase featuring the work of 14 visual artists on view at the Paisley Gallery, was an occasion f...

    by Lynn Yaeger on April 18, 2000
  • Bunny Hop - For Nayland Blake, a Rabbit Suit Signifies the Imponderables of Relationships and Race

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    Bunny Hop - For Nayland Blake, a Rabbit Suit Signifies the Imponderables of Relationships and Race

    It's one of the sillier ordeals in recent art history. Lying down, Nayland Blake dons the ritual bunny suit, a costume so heavy that he needs three people to help him stand. Ponderously, since he now weighs over 400 pounds, the artist climbs a few st...

    by C. Carr on April 18, 2000
  • Presto Chango - How to Make Yourself Disappear

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    Presto Chango - How to Make Yourself Disappear

    Are you stuck in a bad marriage, or is a stalker on your trail? Do bill collectors call more often than your friends? Are you dogged by things you did in your misspent youth? Or are you just fed up with being tracked, monitored, and "databased" by in...

    by Russ Kick on April 18, 2000
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    Clothes Make the Mail - Skim.com Wants a Net ID on Your Shirt

    Identification numbers aren't just for prison fashions anymore. The folks at skim.com are betting that their coded couture will become the next must-have item for New York's savviest club kids and, soon enough, an instantly recognizable point of entr...

    by Jessica Winter on April 18, 2000
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    Elder Hostile - Low Rent Means Trouble in High-End Co-ops

    When Sidney Friedman moved into a 14th-floor apartment at 277 West End Avenue in 1948, it was a good deal for the young lawyer and his family. For $210.84 a month, Friedman got three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a dining room, a kitchen, and even serva...

    by J.A. Lobbia on April 18, 2000
  • Foul Ball - Why Giuliani Dissed Upstate Republicans for the Yankees

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    Foul Ball - Why Giuliani Dissed Upstate Republicans for the Yankees

    Memo to the good republican folks up in Rensselaer county: don't even think of trying to book mayor Rudolph Giuliani for a campaign tour of Troy's Treasures on June 18. He'll probably need to be dugout-side that afternoon for Emigrant Savings Bank ba...

    by William Bastone on April 18, 2000
  • Kid Loves - Ancient Games Are the Hot New Thing

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    Kid Loves - Ancient Games Are the Hot New Thing

    Bill McMullen knows from cool. He co-owns a shop in Solita called Goto, where he sells cool bags and a clothing line with his partner, Tony Chan. Unassuming in manner and catholic in creativity, McMullen also designs CD covers and DVD title sequences...

    by Jeff Howe on April 18, 2000
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    Managing Maximus - City Contractor in the Spotlight

    Last week's state supreme court decision barring the Giuliani administration from awarding more than $100 million in welfare-to-work contracts to the Virginia-based Maximus cast that companynot to mention the mayorin an unflattering light. It turns...

    by Sharon Lerner on April 18, 2000
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    Nation

    Bring on the Groupies! Spies of the Times The Story of US New Yorker Sells Out Literary Festival Tix Bring on the Groupies! Last month, The New Yorker announced it will celebrate its 75th anniversary with a May literary festival, at which Ne...

    by Cynthia Cotts on April 18, 2000
  • Rage Against the Caffeine - Reverend Billy Preaches the 
Anticorporate Gospel to Starbucks

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    Rage Against the Caffeine - Reverend Billy Preaches the Anticorporate Gospel to Starbucks

    Nobody smashed any windows in an overcaffeinated rage at Starbucks in Washington, D.C., over the weekend, as many had predicted after the trashing the chain's outlets took in Seattle in February. But that doesn't mean that the steam has gone off the ...

    by Alisa Solomon on April 18, 2000
  • Africans Are Dying, Too - The Forgotten Victims of the Livery Cabbie Murders

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    Africans Are Dying, Too - The Forgotten Victims of the Livery Cabbie Murders

    A Brooklyn man was pronounced dead at Coney Island Hospital after he was shot once in the groin and tried to drive himself to the hospital. The circumstances of the shooting are unknown. It happened at about quarter-to-one this morning. The man was t...

    by Peter Noel on April 18, 2000
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    Our Bodies, Ourselves - The Mainstream Embraces the Athletic Amazon

    The veins bulge on her left forearm, sturdy and sinewy as steel cables. Her hard-torquing torso centrifugally sucks her shirt tight against her striated abs. Sweat beads on her taut brow and streams down the tendons tensing in her neck. Martina Navra...

    by Alisa Solomon on April 18, 2000
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    Tumbling Down - Eating Disorders and the Female Athlete

    In 1988, 15-year-old gymnast Christy Henrich was striving to make the Olympic team. Early that year, though, a judge at a national competition reportedly told Henrich that if she expected to make the team, she would have to lose some weight. That adv...

    by Evette Porter on April 18, 2000
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